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Private In-Home and Online Reading Tutoring in Georgetown, TX

Receive personally tailored 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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How can a Reading tutor help you?

Is your child having difficulty with reading? Learning to read well is challenging. Children who associate reading with difficulty and failure won't associate reading with pleasurable pursuits. Reading well is an important skill for doing well in all subjects and at all grade levels. A good way to try to help your child understand the skill of reading is by connecting with an experienced reading tutor.

Varsity Tutors can find you a tutor in Georgetown, TX, who might help your child improve his or her study skills, gain better self-confidence, and exceed goals in reading. Classroom teachers cover material quickly to make sure they complete the course by semester's end. This method is disastrous for the child who is struggling. With a tutor, the pace slows and extra work reinforces areas where your child is weakest. Children who read well become good students who relish reading and acquiring new knowledge.

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Georgetown, TX Reading tutoring
We reviewed a writing rubric given from the school. I will be using that to "grade" the student's writing from now on so he learns to write using that rubric. He had homework to work on today. We read a short story. The students were assigned to determine repetitive phrases and events. We reviewed other famous stories like, "The Three Little Pigs" and "Goldilocks". With these stories, he was able to determine repetition easily.
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Georgetown, TX Reading tutoring
The student and I began our session by discussing a book he had recently picked up, and I was pleased to note the degree to which he was able to engage with the material, recalling and explicating the text. He had not completed the homework I had left for him, so I reassigned it for our next session. We repeated the format of our last session.
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Georgetown, TX Reading tutoring
The student was very focused today. Since he didn't have any school on Monday, we worked through a few sample tests for reading. The student did very well answering questions involving reading comprehension and was already exhibiting good test taking skills. We also worked through a few math problems. While working with him he seemed to gain more of an understanding of the concepts that we covered.
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Georgetown, TX Reading tutoring
Student A: We continued to work on reading comprehension test questions with multiple-choice answers. The student took his time this week and read through all of the answers before making a choice. Student B: We worked on her writing and math homework. She did well with applying the correct strategies for math.
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Georgetown, TX Reading tutoring
We finished the student's phonics homework and reviewed what he had done before my arrival. We also practiced his spelling words. The student excelled on the last spelling test we studied for.
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Georgetown, TX Reading tutoring
Reading was the focus for this session. We read various fiction books and continued to focus on self monitoring and comprehension. After reading a book, we discussed the characters by first naming a trait, and then giving evidence from the text to support that trait. We also worked on retelling to only include details that are important or fit in with the main idea of the text. I noticed that the student independently self corrected more errors that she made while reading during this session in comparison to our last session. We will continue to work on these comprehension and self monitoring skills in our next session. I left some materials for her to practice with until then.
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