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I love to teach Latin!
When I first arrived at Princeton, I decided to take Latin on a whim and I never looked back! Now, I am a graduating senior in the Classics department looking into pursuing Latin as a career through graduate school or teaching. I recognize that for most students, Latin is a hassle to study and not as exciting as some other subjects but I think if taught properly, Latin can be a fascinating exercise of the mind and a great look back into Western history. It's also a fun chance to learn about mythology and epic, history and politics, and philosophy.
If you only want to study Latin to get a perfect score on the verbal section of the SAT, I can help you do that, but I can't promise I won't make you fall in love with the language in the process. If you want to study Latin for fun, I can certainly help with that and I can promise we'll have a great time!
My hourly rate is negotiable in certain circumstances so don't let money deter you from beginning the exciting journey of studying Latin! (I promise, I'm not one of those nerdy Latin teachers :))
I also tutor students in reading comprehension, Math (up to Trigonometry), English, and SAT prep.
I'm currently a student in the Columbia Classical Studies Masters Program.
*Weekends are negotiable I love to teach Latin!
When I first arrived at Princeton, I decided to take Latin on a whim and I never looked back! Now, I am a graduating senior in the Classics department looking into pursuing Latin as a career through
Danielle is the best Latin tutor in the world! My daughter is excited about each class!! She actually has FUN learning Latin thanks to Danielle!!
Danielle is very patient with my son. And because she is patient and knows her stuff, my son's average went from a 53% (F) to a 84% (B). Thank God and thank you, Danielle.
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I graduated from Princeton with a degree in Classics. I'm currently finishing up a Classical Studies Post Baccalaureate at the University of Pennsylvania. Next fall, I'll be working towards an M.A. in Classics with a focus on Ancient History.
As an experienced SAT tutor, I spend much of my time advising students about college decisions. I have helped students work on college applications and prepare for college work. I have also advised students on college majors and career goals. My time as an SAT tutor has proven a useful tool for college counseling.
I served as an elementary school tutor during my first two years of college. Before that, I tutored students in elementary math and science. I also participated in a program where older teens help elementary-aged students with reading and writing.
I served as a math tutor during my first two years of college. Before that, I tutored students in high school math as well as elementary math. I especially like to make students realize that math is not the enemy and that it is very useful for daily life.
I'm a Princeton alum who majored in Classics with 4 years of experience in college level Latin. I've tutored students in Latin for a year and a half. In the beginner/intermediate level of study, I like to get students thinking analytically about the language by having them recognize words that are derived from Latin. At the advanced level, I like pointing out grammatical constructions to students and asking them questions of syntax so that they can begin to understand how the language works.