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Shelley L.
75/hour

Highly Successful Speech Coach

I majored in Speech in undergraduate and graduate schools and therefore hold two degrees in the subject. I taught Public Speaking at the high school level and also at a professional school for adults interested in improving their public... read more

75/hour
4.9 (170)
35 hours tutoring Speech out of 908 hours
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I majored in Speech in undergraduate and graduate schools and therefore hold two degrees in the subject. I taught Public Speaking at the high school level and also at a professional school for adults interested in improving their public... read more

Rachel A.
40/hour

Creative, Effective Spanish and English Tutor

I have additional experience writing and giving speeches as well as helping people prepare for speeches, interviews and live television. In high school I was a state award level member of the speech team and can also help with... read more

40/hour
5.0 (202)
336 hours tutoring
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I have additional experience writing and giving speeches as well as helping people prepare for speeches, interviews and live television. In high school I was a state award level member of the speech team and can also help with... read more

Shelley G.
75/hour

Combining 25+Years as Lawyer, Teacher and Speech Coach

With more than twenty-five years' experience as a theater professional, teacher, lawyer and speech coach, I've helped clients to overcome speech phobia, improve delayed speech, eliminate filler words and improve... read more

75/hour
5.0 (554)
158 hours tutoring Speech out of 1,069 hours
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With more than twenty-five years' experience as a theater professional, teacher, lawyer and speech coach, I've helped clients to overcome speech phobia, improve delayed speech, eliminate filler words and improve... read more

Megan C.
45/hour

Pediatric Speech Language Therapist with 10+ years in schools

...communication styles. Not only have I a great deal of knowledge in being a presenter and speaker myself, but as a Full tile Speech Language Pathologist I am a professional at teaching children how to speak/ Most children that I teach have read more

45/hour
5.0 (4)
8 hours tutoring Speech out of 12 hours
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...communication styles. Not only have I a great deal of knowledge in being a presenter and speaker myself, but as a Full tile Speech Language Pathologist I am a professional at teaching children how to speak/ Most children that I teach have read more

Cora Ann W.
70/hour

PhD in Speech 20+ Years of Teaching Experience

I have a Ph.D in Speech Communication and over 20 years of experience teaching speech to clients of all ages. I'm a speech professional who understands how to take good speakers and make them great. My coaching focuses on... read more

70/hour
5.0 (26)
18 hours tutoring Speech out of 95 hours
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I have a Ph.D in Speech Communication and over 20 years of experience teaching speech to clients of all ages. I'm a speech professional who understands how to take good speakers and make them great. My coaching focuses on... read more

Maggie H.
65/hour

Experienced and Effective ESL Instructor for Adults

Accent reduction students complete and share a self-recording for review prior to the first practice session and receive a list of recommended sounds and speech patterns for targeted instruction and practice. read more

65/hour
5.0 (240)
138 hours tutoring Speech out of 851 hours
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Accent reduction students complete and share a self-recording for review prior to the first practice session and receive a list of recommended sounds and speech patterns for targeted instruction and practice. read more

Amanda C.
45/hour

Speech Language Therapist

I have been a speech language pathologist for approximately 6 1/2 years. I have extensive research in language development, speech development and skills as well as in depth research in the vast area of speech. Currently,... read more

45/hour
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I have been a speech language pathologist for approximately 6 1/2 years. I have extensive research in language development, speech development and skills as well as in depth research in the vast area of speech. Currently,... read more

Laura M.
150/hour

M.S. in Speech Language Pathology and ASHA Certified

I am a licensed and certified speech pathologist. I have created and executed lesson plans for group and individual social communication, receptive/expressive language, and cognitive intervention. I have implemented phonological... read more

150/hour
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I am a licensed and certified speech pathologist. I have created and executed lesson plans for group and individual social communication, receptive/expressive language, and cognitive intervention. I have implemented phonological... read more

Lynda L.
75/hour

ASHA CCC-SLP, NJ/PA/CA/GA/NC Licensed

I have 25+ years experience as a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Compton PESL Accent Reduction Certification. I have extensive experience with communication disorders and literacy... read more

75/hour
5.0 (8)
14 hours tutoring Speech out of 15 hours
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I have 25+ years experience as a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Compton PESL Accent Reduction Certification. I have extensive experience with communication disorders and literacy... read more

Kris R.
40/hour

Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with over 15 years experience

I have worked full-time with children as a speech therapist in elementary and middle schools for the past 15 years. I work with small groups of students using a variety of fun, motivating, age-appropriate activities to help students produce... read more

40/hour
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3 hours tutoring
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I have worked full-time with children as a speech therapist in elementary and middle schools for the past 15 years. I work with small groups of students using a variety of fun, motivating, age-appropriate activities to help students produce... read more

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How would you define Speech in your own words?
Speech is what makes us human. Our ability to communicate clearly and effectively is essential to our interactions with others.
Speech is what makes us human. Our ability to communicate clearly and effectively is essential to our interactions with others.
Answered • 05/01/18

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How would you define Speech in your own words?
Speech is the ability to speak clearly. It can involve pronunciation, accent reduction, delayed speech, variance in tone, vocal range and projection. It can also have to do with the mechanics of breathing; the ability to engage mouth, lips, teeth and tongue correctly; or the ability to hear,... read more
Speech is the ability to speak clearly. It can involve pronunciation, accent reduction, delayed speech, variance in tone, vocal range and... read more
Shelley G.

Shelley G. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Speech in your own words?
Speech is oral communication. It involves the transmittal of information from the mouth of one person to the ear of another. It is the most basic form of communication, used by all people, whether they can read and write or not.
Speech is oral communication. It involves the transmittal of information from the mouth of one person to the ear of another. It is the most basic... read more
Maran G.

Maran G. answered • 03/21/18

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How would you define Speech in your own words?
Speech lessons enable learners to be understood by others. For non-native English speakers speech lessons are typically courses in accent reduction (targeting problematic sounds), as well as lessons on linking sounds, syllable stress, word stress, contractions, intonation, and rules of casual... read more
Speech lessons enable learners to be understood by others. For non-native English speakers speech lessons are typically courses in accent... read more
Maggie H.

Maggie H. answered • 03/19/18

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A Few speech Tutor Qualifications

I have taught speech courses in an adult language center for 2 years preparing ESL, adult students, and English students for presentations in front of audiences, as well as pronunciation help.
Ornella D.
I have taught two semesters of undergraduate coursework in Public Speaking at the University of Connecticut. I have also taken and taught undergraduate and graduate work on speech production, speech sounds, and the acoustics of speech.
Stephanie N.
I was a professional actor for years, including Shakespeare and classical theater, and have coached acting students for their audition pieces for Julliard, ACT, NYU, UCLA, LAMDA and the Royal Academy in London. I have also helped lawyers be more comfortable in a courtroom and businessmen give convention speeches.
Danelle H.
I taught the elements of effective speech, and the techniques used to improve effective speech, in several military schools for over nine years. My main area of concentration was in helping students overcome their fear of giving a speech to a class or large audience. I also taught techniques on how to improve when writing speeches, preparing presentations, and developing effective lesson plans, to those qualifying as Instructor’s for various technical and specialist programs.
Mac M.
While completing my Bachelor of Arts, I studied speech communication. I also have experience coaching high school and college level speech and debate. Additionally, for those seeking help in the area of speech pronunciation and accent reduction, I specialized in pronunciation and phonetics in my Masters in English Language Teaching. I also currently teach phonetic pronunciation courses and accent reduction courses on the college level. I hold a Doctorate in Education and have over 10 years experience working with students. I am prepared to help students with a variety of needs in the area of speech.
Martha Z.
I have an extensive background in speech performance and education. My experience with teaching speech began 22 years ago. My method includes breathing to find your center, and projecting from that core. You will learn to control your breath, projection, and lexicon. Further, I concentrate on muscular control to help you increase your pronunciation and understanding. Diction training to improve overall communication. The muscular work will help eliminate things like slurs and lisps. The breathing will help control things like stutters. Lastly, I will help understand and improve your temporal resonance auditory processing so that you can more effectively hear yourself when communicating. The holistic view includes automatic self esteem increases with specific work on taking control of your own eloquence. You will find energy and focus increases as well as a strong sense of control. Let's chat!
Kristin F.
My field of endeavor requires me to be an effective speech communicator. As the pastor of a local church I am tasked weekly to take the words penned by men two-thousand years ago and recast them in contemporary language in a way that is faithful to the original message. The message I present is also required to be relevant to lives of my hearers in spite of originating in antiquity through a different culture and in different languages.While a college student, I participated in the forensic team - which engaged in speech competitions. I competed in impromtu, extemporaneous, and after dinner speech events. At both the undergraduate and graduate levels of my educatin I was required to complete classes in speech communication - including instruction on the hearers responsibility for speech communication.My instruction in speech communication focuses on clear organization in the speech and the authenticity of the speaker. Hearers do not trust, and therefore are much less likely to listen, to a person who tries to be someone they are not. Additionally, hearers tend to tune out if they think the speech os going nowhere - organization is a must.
Christopher L.
I have a MS Degree in Speech and Language Pathology from Vanderbilt University, and a BS Degree from Florida State University with a major in Speech and Language Pathology and a minor in Elementary Education K-8 grades. I have over 35 years of experience working with individuals with all speech and language disorders in the public schools, Speech and Hearing Centers, SNF Units in Rehabilitation Centers, and other Rehab. experience such as out-pt. Additionally, I am certified to teach reduction in Foreign Accents in English Speaking foreigners, so that their speech is more intelligible in America. Many of my classes focused on public speaking, projecting one's voice, proper breathing techniques, locating one's natural pitch, adding interest by increasing inflection. organization of speech: Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Correct posture is also emphasized, as well as eye-contact to one's audience.
Beth P.
I am a qualified special education teacher for a multiple disabled classroom and high behavioral needs. My children have disabilities of cerebral palsy, mild to moderate intellectual disabilities, speech and fine motor deficits. I work closely with many students who all have severe speech challenges. Here is where I utilize communication devices and non verbal teaching techniques that gives every child a way to speak. I also am qualified in the literacy and language curriculum that utilizes a sequence of teaching steps to teach any child to read. I help students develop their own voice through these devices and speaking techniques, as well as creating adapted reading materials and picture symbol materials to teach with.
Cyndi N.
I've had over twenty-five years' experience as a theater professional and lawyer and now serve various theaters in the Washington, D.C. area as a dialect coach. I'm a playwright as well, and the sum of my training and experience has enabled me to help students and coaching clients hone the communication skills. My coaching practice has consisted of adult, professional non-natives who have come from Egypt, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, India, Mexico, China, Korea, Columbia and Trinidad. They are anxious to acquire Standard American speech or at least modify their accents if it appears to be keeping them from attaining their professional goals. (In theater, the task is often to help an actor acquire a dialect or work on reducing or eliminating a regional accent that can get in the way of establishing a character. I also coach actors individually on accent remediation because a regional accent can prevent an otherwise talented actor from being cast.) I also received formal speech training as an undergraduate at Tulane, as a theater major and then under the legendary Lyda Virginia Parker at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater, a professional acting school in New York. Over the years, as a lawyer and playwright, I've also learned how to structure speeches, the various forms that they come in---motivational,persuasive,informative,etc. and how to write an effective presentation using PowerPoint, transparencies and available technologies.
Shelley G.

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