3 Speech Tutors Found Near Minneapolis, MN

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Heidi L.

Speech Tutor

Saint Paul, MN 55102

Will travel 0 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 281 ratings

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Creative Tutor for All Students and Learning Styles

I spent four years coaching a forensics (speech) team after high school. I have enjoyed public speaking in Toastmasters' groups, in synagogue, at conferences and in public political forums. I was a classroom teacher for many years, and of course I spoke in public on a daily basis with my classes. I currently assist adult learners with speech writing and delivery, and I am preparing to defend my psychology research at a conference. I have been tutoring students aged 2 to 70 for the past fifteen years. I specialize in working with students who have a diagnosis of ADD, ADHD, Asperger's, Autis [more]

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Thomas D.

Speech Tutor

Minneapolis, MN 55414

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

4.36 11 ratings

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K-12 Minneapolis Public School Tutor, also Sub at Orthodox Jewish Ele

I'm a 35 year member of Toastmasters International. I achieved Advanced Communicator Gold (Toastmasters highest Speaking Award and advanced Leadership awards. I have served as a district officer and area Governor. I have given over 300 Public Speeches, both Professionally and for Community groups. Clients have included Fortune 500 Corporations Non-Profits and Civic groups. I am a retired college professor. I taught business courses, computer technology, and general science classes. I strive to connect to students on their level, to help them visualize the subject matter. I have a talent in a [more]

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Denis W.

Speech Tutor

Saint Paul, MN 55126

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

3.67 3 ratings

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SAT/ACT Test Prep, English, Writing

While I was in high school, I was very active in forensics, participating in both speech and debate. I competed in extemporaneous speaking as well as non-original oratory. Since then I have acted as a judge for both speech and debate tournaments, critiquing students on their presentations as well as their evidence (in the case of debate tournaments). I also make presentations professionally, through my role as editor of two neighborhood newspapers. Last week, for example, I spoke to the Midway Lions club locally about our St. Paul newspaper and how they might be able to submit more publicity f [more]