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Private In-Home and Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring

Receive personally tailored 6th Grade Reading lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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If you're concerned that your student may be falling behind their peers, Varsity Tutors can find you experienced 6th Grade Reading tutors in as little as 24 hours. While classroom instruction is always paramount, working with a private instructor allows students to receive individualized attention as they pursue their learning goals. We can refer you to private instructors who meet your needs, including your choice of online or in-person meetings. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of 6th Grade Reading tutoring.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Melinda
The student and I reviewed the chapters she'd read during the week, and we then continued by reading the next chapter. We also did some speed sprints and a timing, which indicated that she is reading at 220 wpm, exactly where I want her to be. She has started to struggle more with details or, at the very least, her struggle has become more apparent to me, so I will begin to add recalling detail exercises with her in future sessions. Finally, she will attempt to read the rest of the book by next week, and then we'll begin with "The Hunger Games," the book of her choice.
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Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Gwen
Discovering prepositional phrases to enhance and lengthen written sentences. Both students were introduced to this concept by me for the first time ever. They were able to identify the prepositions and were taught to separate the phrases from the rest of the sentence using commas. They liked the lesson and were excited to use this new tool in their writing. Extra practice was to look for this type of phrase in their reading an write down ten of them to discuss together. With two students, we will work together on 20 phrases next session.
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Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Marine
In today's session, the student and I started working on Flowers for Algernon. We worked on a character list, a character diary, a list of what we would title each chapter, and we set up a page for difficult words. I left him with the same tasks as yesterday, reading for 30 minutes daily and 3 times per week for his parents, and I also asked that he please reach at least chapter 9 in the novel by Tuesday (chapters are "progress reports" in the novel).
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Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Kristina
Today we covered the student's two summer assignments, reading comprehension, and the other an essay. After going over each assignment in detail, she chose to start with the reading comprehension assignment. I left her with the assignment to read the first two chapters. I welcomed her to read more if she had time but no further than the fifth chapter. She is to take notes and, when possible, start writing on a separate paper answers to her comprehension questions.
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Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Kathleen
The student began to read the book "Pictures of Hollis Woods," by Patricia Reilly Giff. We worked on the strategy of inferring information. She responded to comprehension questions that focused on inference. We also worked on sentence completion and word analogy worksheets to strengthen comprehension and vocabulary skills.
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Online 6th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Maureen
The two students will enter 6th grade in the fall. They are reading at grade level. Their percentile scores on the Reading Section of the assessment test were approximately 60th percentile and 30th percentile, respectively. We will be working on reading comprehension, reading fluency, and vocabulary. During the first session we did higher level reading comprehension activities such as creating character webs, timelines, and writing reviews of the books they have been reading. We took turns reading aloud from "Milkweed," by Jerry Spinelli, and prepared a list of new vocabulary words from the reading. They will continue reading the book before our next session and will study the vocabulary list.
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