6 Latin Tutors Found Near Elizabeth, NJ



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Jacob W.

Latin Tutor

New York, NY 10005

Will travel 5 miles

$70 per hour.

4.88 89 ratings

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Latin Instructor with a Record of Success

Over five years, I have taught Latin to nearly a hundred 12-17 year olds at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Summer Program. We provided intensive, one-on-one support in the classroom and I developed skills and experience crucial to identifying a student's learning style and helping them overcome the obstacles specific to them. I stress grammar and fundamentals, but use Roman culture and history to keep the material relevant and exciting. Mastering Latin can enhance academic success for any student: it enriches critical thinking, helps with standardized testing, and impr [more]


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William F.

Latin Tutor

New York, NY 10007

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.0 4 ratings

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Online and In-Person Tutoring

My name is William. Before you read the rest of this free response do note that at this time my current subject of tutoring - what I am working on most - is chemistry. Let's continue. I graduated from Cornell University in a dual Ph.D. program in Classics and Philosophy. I also graduated from the University of Chicago with an A.M. in Classical Languages. I graduated from Tulane University with an A.B. in Greek, Latin, and Philosophy. I've studied at Columbia University, New York Univer... [more]


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Kaitlin M.

Latin Tutor

Union, NJ 07083

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.77 57 ratings

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Latin Tutor with high school teaching experience

As a Latin tutor and teacher (taught four class of Latin (levels I-IV) at a high achieving high school in Bergen County), I am a large proponent of sight reading. I believe that sight reading is essential to learning a new language. In the classroom, sight reading is rarely implemented; this is in part due to the inability to devote individual focus to students because of time constraints). I've had the benefit of teaching smaller classes and have seen students excel in sight reading; reading passages which contain contextual clues (sometimes they are aided by a picture) forces them to recall [more]


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William P.

Latin Tutor

Staten Island, NY 10312

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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NYU Grad/Grad Student for Languages, History Tutoring and Test Prep

I received my Bachelor's degree cum laude (GPA 3.7) from New York University in 2014 with a double major in History and Italian. I received the Guido Cavalcanti award for excellence in the study of the Italian Language. I was in the US Army until 2016 and have been in Graduate school ever since. I am currently preparing to apply for PhD programs in Classics (Latin & Greek) In addition to the Italian language, I am proficient in Spanish, French, Japanese, Latin, Ancient Greek and German. Sin... [more]


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Daniel K.

Latin Tutor

Staten Island, NY 10312

Will travel 20 miles

$38 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Highly experienced tutor for SAT, ACT, Latin, and more

I have a bachelor's degree in Classics (Latin and ancient Greek) from Cornell University and I have approximately 80 hours' experience tutoring the language. I also participated in a special spoken Latin program at Cornell University. Hi everyone! My name is Dan and I am a teacher of SAT, ACT, Latin, and many other things. I have worked as a tutor for over ten years and have over a thousand hours logged teaching in a classroom setting. I like to teach my students not just the material, but also how to learn. I want to inspire interest and even a little bit of passion. I hold a Bachelor of [more]


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Phillip P.

Latin Tutor

Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.64 438 ratings

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Succeed in Life with Context Learning

The great Roman orator and statesman Cicero once said, "Assiduus usus uni rei deditus et ingenium et artem saepe vincit." The translation: "The assiduous practice of one subject often outshines both skill and natural genius." No doubt, if you seriously wish to learn Latin, you?re already a devoted student who held Cicero?s maxim as fact without ever having heard it. Likely, too, you?re enough of a bookworm to have recognized several words in the above quotation. Doesn?t ?assiduus,? look awfully similar to Modern English?s ?assiduous?; doesn?t ?ingenium? look like ?ingenious?; ?artem? like ? [more]