Each one of the following reading skills contributes to Reading Success! If you are unsure which skill you need practice with the most call or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll give you an assessment that will help you figure it out.
Students first practice their phonograms with their tutor using flash cards. After that, the tutor helps students reinforce that learning by having them decode words in context.
Students practice reading passages at their instructional grade level until their reading sounds natural, that is effortless, accurate and with expression. The tutor may also give feedback and help by modeling fluent reading for the student.
Students read passages at their instructional reading level and then give a verbal recount or 'retell' as it is called of what they just read. The tutor also gives tips to help students improve their retelling skills. This particular exercise greatly helps to build a variety of comprehension skills.
Students either provide their own spelling words that they need to practice for a particular subject. Or, the tutor can provide general spelling words that students should know or learn at their grade level. Students practice through games, verbally spelling words and writing.
It is imperative that students learn ALL these basic math skills in order to advance to higher level math skill learning. If you need extra practice with one or more of the following skills, do it now!
Students practice their addition, adding one or two digit numbers with the aide and support of their tutor.
Students practice subtraction with one or two digit numbers with the aide and support of their tutor.
Students practice getting their multiplication facts or time tables down pat with flash cards and tips from their tutor.
Students practice their division of one digit numbers with additional help from their tutor.
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Ages 6- 12 or in grades K-6th. This program requires students to be able to work at a computer independently during their online FaceTime or Skype session. Although, for students that are minors, a parent/adult has to be present while tutoring is taking place. In other words, not necessarily sitting beside your child, but present in the home.
Each 20 minute session can be set up anywhere from 1 to 5 days a week.
Each lesson is 20 minutes!
Each 20 minute session cost $10 dollars So if you were to book 4 days of lessons, it would only cost you a total of $40. *Your 20th session is 50% off
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Contact Tutor by calling or Email for payment details. Also, you may pay for one session at a time or pay ahead up to an entire month or more in advance.