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Private In-Home and Online Latin Tutoring

Receive personally tailored Latin 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.

If you or your student would like extra assistance studying Latin, consider contacting Varsity Tutors to connect with an Atlanta Latin tutor who can help! Instructors can meet with you both online and in-person to review Latin concepts. With so many options and teachers available, it is easy to find Atlanta Latin tutoring that works for your schedule. Even if you work full time, take other classes, or balance extracurricular responsibilities, you can make Latin learning a regular part of your routine. There are numerous benefits to working with an expert Latin instructor, whether you opt for online or in-person meetings, and your teacher can help build your confidence as a Latin speaker.

What are the benefits of working with an Atlanta Latin tutor near me?

Though Latin is considered a "dead" language, it still has useful applications that you can use in a variety of industries and fields of study. For example, Latin phrases are commonly used in medicine, law, and scientific research. Your student may study Latin if they need to fulfill a foreign language learning requirement to graduate from high school. Whether you are a Classics major or a member of the community who is curious about learning a new language, Atlanta Latin tutors can support your efforts. By mentoring you through the process of acquiring the language, your instructor can make learning Latin simpler and more straightforward than if you were studying independently.

One of the best benefits of tutoring is how customizable it is - your instructor can adapt the content, pace, and scope of a lesson to fit your needs. Whether you need more time to work on a challenging concept or prefer to learn in a certain style, such as aurally, your instructor is more able to adjust a session when you meet with them individually. They can budget more time to reviewing vocabulary, for example, if that is what you prefer to focus on during your meetings. Say you prefer to learn aurally - your teacher can easily devote more of the time in a lesson to videos or discussions.

Unlike in a traditional classroom, you are the only student meeting with your instructor during a tutoring session, making you their sole focus until the end of the meeting. Your instructor can give you one-on-one attention that you may not receive from your professors at a school like Georgia State University. This additional support and attention can help you feel more comfortable asking questions and growing as a Latin speaker.

What are my options for meeting Atlanta Latin tutors?

Atlanta Latin tutors are available to teach either online or in-person, depending on your preference. Both modes connect you to an academic mentor who is prepared to answer your questions, guide you through lessons and activities, and support your growth as a Latin learner. No matter which option you choose, our team can help you find an instructor quickly and easily.

Should you choose online Atlanta Latin tutoring, you gain the additional benefit of being able to meet with your instructor from any location with an internet connection. You can access your Latin teacher from home, school, or your favorite study spot. If you travel out of town, you do not have to fall behind on your Latin studies - your instructor is still available at your regularly scheduled time. This improved accessibility, only available through online meetings, can make it that much easier to fit Latin practice into you or your student's routine.

Online instruction is conducted using the Live Learning Platform. This platform acts as a digital classroom where all your learning materials can be accessed, and your instructor will teach you using the features available in this online environment. You can log into the Live Learning Platform to video chat with your instructor about translating inflections. Using video chat, you can see, hear, and ask your instructor questions in real time - just like in an in-person session. After your instructor discusses the concept with you, they can use the virtual whiteboard feature to write out a sample sentence, asking you to translate the inflections of each word to determine its meaning.

The virtual whiteboard can also assist you with taking organized notes. You can use the virtual whiteboard the same way that you use a physical whiteboard or chalkboard in a traditional classroom - writing what your instructor writes so that you can study your notes more easily later. For extra materials to study on your own time, you can take advantage of the session recording feature on the Live Learning Platform. Record audio and visuals from your meeting that you can reference later. While the Live Learning Platform contains familiar amenities of a traditional classroom, it also introduces you to new features that can make studying Latin more engaging and effective.

If you do not prefer online instruction, you also have the option to learn from your teacher in person. Choose a time and location that works for both of you, then meet to discuss questions, work through practice translations, and improve your Latin knowledge. You can meet at a local library such as the Southeast Atlanta Library, for example, or on campus at Georgia State University. Scheduling a meeting with your instructor is simple when you use Varsity Tutors to connect.

You can also enroll in an online class if you would like additional support to study Latin. An online class, same as Atlanta Latin tutoring, is taught by a knowledgeable, professional instructor who can mentor your student through the learning process. Online classes can also connect you to a network of other students who are learning Latin alongside you. Both classes and individual instruction are designed to support your learning needs and help you feel more confident as you acquire a new language.

How can I connect with an Atlanta Latin tutor near me?

The best way to connect with an Atlanta Latin tutor is to reach out to our team directly. We are happy to answer any questions that you may have during the process - whether about enrollment, scheduling, tutor qualifications, or other concerns. Varsity Tutors makes it simple to connect with an expert instructor at a convenient time. Once you reach out to us, we can find you an Atlanta Latin tutor in as little as 24 hours. Contact Varsity Tutors today to learn more about your options!

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Latin Tutoring review by Jessica in Atlanta, GA
Today, the student and I worked through problems regarding gas laws and rates of effusion.  We talked about the importance of checking the units to be sure the correct answer is reached.  In addition, we discussed the need to check whether a rate or a time is given and to be sure to only use the rate.  She seemed to have a good understanding of these concepts and was able to correctly solve most of the problems.
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Latin Tutoring review by Seyed in Atlanta, GA
The student and I met from 3-5:10. We first discussed her final project proposal before moving on to review the week 28 concepts including mitosis. We discussed Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase in detail. She worked on her weekly submission on her own and received full credit.
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Latin Tutoring review by Vina in Atlanta, GA
- Discussed homework as well as sample SSAT test questions I had asked my student to complete. Answered and attended all of his questions  - Suggested the use of index cards, a dictionary as well as the use of a stenograph notebook to improve learning performance while documenting every new word in the English vocabulary student does not understand or have knowledge of - Continued to practise synonyms and various other concepts of the English language, including conceptual thinking and analysis of essay with corresponding SSAT sample test questions
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Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Atlanta, GA
Worked in depth on Reading Comprehension. Will continue to focus mostly on this. Also did a little math, which I anticipate we will use to break up the unpleasantness of Reading. Quite good at math.
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Latin Tutoring review by Dominic in Atlanta, GA
The student and I went over his most recent test, focusing on where he struggled most with making his own Latin constructions with given nouns and cases (ex: make a sentence including the word "heart" in the accusative singular case).  As we practiced these exercises in English, he became much more comfortable with moving around nouns within a sentence.  We also reviewed his material for his science test coming up.
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Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Atlanta, GA
Today we worked on a couple of Latin translation passages for class this week. The student's class has now gotten to the part of the textbook with adapted passages from Caesar's Gallic War, so some of the constructions are a bit tricky and there are many parallel clauses to deal with. The student did pretty well at this, and has been doing some work on his own with studying vocabulary, which helped. After we finished the reading assignment for, we started in on the passage for this week, which we did not quite get through before time ran out. We did a brief review of the gerundive when the student didn't recognize one, and talked about several kinds of clauses that took him a little while to identify, such as a relative clause and an indirect command.
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