6 Phonics Tutors Found Near Athens, GA

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Constance M.

Phonics Tutor

Athens, GA 30606

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.96 97 ratings

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Connie - 15 Years of Experience in Various Subjects & Test Prep

I learned to read through phonics. I have tutored over 15 years and have successfully taught many children (including my daughter) to read through the use of phonics. I have also helped children from public and private schools who were having difficulty overcome their confusion and successfully learn to read well. I have tutored privately and in different tutor centers for about 15 years in Florida. I have worked with students as young as four years and as old as adults in their fifties. I love to help students with their studies and take great satisfaction by creating success for my students. [more]

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Faith L.

Phonics Tutor

Athens, GA 30606

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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3rd and 4th Grade Private school teacher, no a Grad student

Hi! I'm a grad student at UGA studying ESOL. I have so much fun teaching, so stepping out of the classroom was a hard choice. I taught 3rd grade at the International Christian School of Budapest in Hungary for 2 years before coming back to my home (Atlanta) and teaching for 2 years in Marietta. I started tutoring kids actually while I was still in middle school, helping several kids learn to read. I took a break from tutoring as I was teaching full time, but started again this summer tutoring... [more]

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Latasha S.

Phonics Tutor

Athens, GA 30606

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Experienced Teacher PK-5th Grade Specializes in all Content Areas

Hello My Name is Latasha. My undergraduate degree is in the field of Early Childhood Education. I graduated from the University of Georgia with a Masters in Special Education P-12. I currently re-enrolled at the University of Georgia pursuing my Educational Specialist in Education. I plan to continue after my Ed. Specialist to obtain my Doctorate in Education. Most of my students call me Miss Tasha! I have several years of experience in working with students ages birth to 13 years ol... [more]

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Elizabeth D.

Phonics Tutor

Athens, GA 30606

Will travel 9 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Helping Kids Have Fun and Learn

I have always been good at spelling and hearing the sounds of letters. I have had education classes in college on teaching Reading and English to elementary children. There are two styles of teaching reading (whole language and phonics based) and I believe that the best way is a combination of both. Phonics, however, is the best way to learn to spell words, Minus the many exceptions in the English language:). For these you must know the rules or just memorize the spelling of the word. About Me: I have a Master's in Geoscience and a graduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) f [more]

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Gregg S.

Phonics Tutor

Athens, GA 30605

Will travel 12 miles

$36 per hour.

4.73 26 ratings

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Education Coach/ SPANISH/ENGLISH expert: Career Special Ed Teacher

As a Special Education teacher credentialed in "Learning Handicapped" study of phonics is basic. As a student teacher I was required to demonstrate this ability in an elementary school classroom. Phonics "technology" and instruction are really very basic, once you are a trained teacher working with elementary age children. The follow-the-dots method of instruction is intuitive and well guided in all instructional materials. A qualified teacher of phonics, such as myself, is somebody who has learned to use these materials and has general teaching ability with youngsters! [more]

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Rebecca D.

Phonics Tutor

Nicholson, GA 30565

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

4.0 3 ratings

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Mrs. D, K-8 subjects and Algebra I

I taught my own children to read using a phonics-based approach called The Writing Road to Reading. While a few "sight words" are helpful to know, the student MUST have phonetic skills to decode new words. When multiple senses are employed in the learning process, students learn to use phonics more efficiently and accurately. I use sight, touch, and hearing to reinforce phonics skills. English has many exceptions to the rules, and a student created notebook in which words are written, marked, and studied becomes a prized tool for may students. [more]