6 Phonics Tutors Found Near Waco, TX



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Victoria M.

Phonics Tutor

Killeen, TX 76542

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

4.71 7 ratings

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Mrs. M tutoring

I have a Masters in Early Childhood Literacy. I have taught special education for the past 10 years helping students with phonics and reading fluency. It is nice to meet you! I am Mrs. M and I am looking forward to getting to work with you! I have been teaching elementary education for 7 seven years. I have primarily spent time in self contained special education classrooms aiding students with emotional or behavioral needs. I specialize in finding unique ways to address academic deficits and help students to perform to their greatest potential. I enjoy working with students and learning their [more]


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Sharon S.

Phonics Tutor

Temple, TX 76502

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

4.91 146 ratings

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ESL / ESOL / English; College Instructor; All ESL Skills for All Ages

I taught phonics every day for a year to kindergarteners in South Korea at a language institute, and I continue to teach phonics in my ESL college classes. Phonics information was also contained in my MA-TESOL courses. I teach at the college level and also tutor students of all ages. The specific courses I teach or have taught include the following for ESL and/or Developmental Education: Grammar (Other grammar elements are included along with the following major components.) Basic: Simple and progressive verb tenses, simple sentence structure Intermediate - Present and past perfect tenses, [more]


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Bill E.

Phonics Tutor

Temple, TX 76502

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 225 ratings

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Experienced Tutor Grades 3 thru College

My background as a special education teacher and diagnostician has given me many opportunities to teach a wide variety of students to read. Basic Reading depends on good phonological skills, and those skills are developed through the effective use of attaching unique sounds to each letter of the alphabet. Certain students with dyslexia find that phonics is difficult and can be the hardest part of their reading. There are many tools available to help students develop good phonics skills. The most important aspects of their successful use is consistency and practice. Over time, the challenges [more]


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Rebekah J.

Phonics Tutor

Whitney, TX 76692

Will travel 20 miles

$20 per hour.

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Elementary Reading Tutor

I have tutored for grades Kindergarten through Fourth Grade in reading and spelling. I was a reading paraprofessional and substitute teacher for kindergarten through fourth grade for four years. I also taught many different classes in the after-school program during that time. I just recently left my position at a Head Start preschool to move out of state. At Head Start I was an assistant teacher. I received my CDA as well as certificates for various trainings. I have a degree in Early Chi... [more]


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Marie M.

Phonics Tutor

Killeen, TX 76543

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Specializing in Reading/Language Arts

I have taught kindergarten for over 8 years throughout my career. I have developed strategies that build phonological awareness in my students. As a result, by the end of the school year all kindergarteners are reading at a first grade and second grade level. My students enjoy decoding letter sounds and reading with confidence. I graduated with BS in elementary education and have 2 Master's degree. My love for children had inspired me to become a teacher. I have been a teaching for over 15 years and enjoy creating a passion for learning in my students. My goals is to help your child discover [more]


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Lauren M.

Phonics Tutor

Gatesville, TX 76528

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

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Special Education Major - Music Minor

I am currently attending college to become a teacher. I am majoring in special education. I am also a music minor with the hopes to incorporate it into my curriculum. I have found that each student learns in different ways and in order to reach the maximum number of students, you must try as many ways possible. In high school I was a Life Skills and Special Education aide. Senior year I was on early release and would go volunteer at the lower schools with their special education and PPCD cl... [more]