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Receive personally tailored Classics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.
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Classics is the study of Greek and Roman civilizations from ancient times until the beginning of the Early Medieval period. The tools of the discipline include history, archaeology, numismatics, literature, linguistics, anthropology, sociology, and poetics. In the pursuit of knowledge in this field, you may encounter several versions of Homer's Odyssey in Ancient Greek, including the one in which Penelope elopes with her suitors. You may have to parse the Code of Theodosius, looking for the effects of the Battle of Hadrianopolis on Roman Law, nearly 1500 years after the extant Homeric epics. Perhaps you will discover why the Emperor Constantine was able to suggest his affinity with Helios, the god of the sun, while a century earlier Elagabalus was not.

You may need to explore the reasons why the Etruscans, a non-Indo-European substrate group in northern Italy, were the major export market for all those classical Greek vases you see around museums, or perhaps why the Greeks, whose tragic theatre is so important to us and to Shakespeare, claimed that they learned the art of theatre from these self-same Etruscans. Perhaps you are interested in why the word tragedy means quite literally in Greek, the song of the goat. The transition of Rome from monarchy to republic to empire to a vestige in the east (as the Byzantine Empire) is endlessly fascinating.

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Online Classics Tutoring review by Rebecca
She read her social studies Chapter 8 section 1 out loud. We discussed and she took notes. She had a quiz on her last chapter and she only missed 2. She read out loud Tangerine for her reading class. She pre-read the chapter for the week, so she could comprehend what was going on ahead of time.
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Online Classics Tutoring review by Lauren
The student and I again worked on his reading for social studies, this time focused on the Bill of Rights. We looked at some document-based questions, and spent a lot of time going through the material, asking and answering questions along the way. He had a better time with remembering and summarizing the material, and seemed to enjoy the session.
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Online Classics Tutoring review by Alex
We covered Reconstruction of the South after the Civil War and went over the note packet that the student received in class and I had her write ID's about the main topics in the notes. I have no concerns or extra practice. She hadn't gotten back her test from the week before so I haven't seen any grades to denote progress although she indicated she thought she did well.
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Online Classics Tutoring review by Giavonna
The student and I completed a homework assignment on Women in Ancient China. She read a passage, annotated, and completed questions about the main idea and supporting evidence. We then summarized the central themes in a paragraph. For the second hour of tutoring, I helped the student study for her science unit exam on ecosystems. I asked her questions about material and she responded orally.
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Online Classics Tutoring review by Mario
Our session commenced at 4:30pm and concluded at 6:15pm at the Library. We worked primarily on his essay which was due this Friday. We were also allocated some time to the completion of his math homework involving expressions and variables. He did especially well on the math homework, but struggled to form his own ideas for the purpose(s) of completing the essay, so I gave him some vocabulary homework.
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Online Classics Tutoring review by Shannon
We worked on the student's storyboard on Malcolm X. We focused on pulling together the information we wanted to highlight and pairing each fact with a relevant image. If the student is allowed to present it as a PowerPoint, he's good to go. If he has to change the format, he'll reduce the wording and emphasize the images.
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