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Private In-Home and Online Reading Tutoring in Los Angeles, CA

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.

How can a Reading tutor help you?

Reading is a standard school subject that students seem to either love and master early on or struggle with and dislike. It is a skill that your child must grasp early, as basic reading comprehension is a requirement for every class they will take in school. If your child is struggling to keep up in their reading course, or you are trying to prevent them from falling behind, a private reading tutor may be able to help them. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with Los Angeles, California, reading tutors.

Concepts such as word recognition and figurative language can be hard for children to grasp when they are first starting to read. Your child's tutor can help them learn how to recognize written words correctly and how to identify and use figurative language. Antonyms and synonyms are two topics that young students often confuse. If your child struggles to keep the two straight, the tutor can help them delve into each a little more closely than the traditional classroom teacher might. Los Angeles reading tutors care about your child and can give them individual attention to help them with their reading skills.

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Session Summaries by Reading Tutors

Reading Tutoring review by Jenny in Los Angeles, CA
We worked more on his sight words to begin the session; he is steadily learning and recalling them. We worked on vowel consonant -e pattern words and then he practiced writing them. We wrapped up with a few workbook pages. Next session, we are going to start by reading a whole book together.
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Reading Tutoring review by Lindsey in Los Angeles, CA
The student and I had another good session. I am becoming impressed with his reading comprehension skills. When I ask him to recount books, he can remember everything that happened. I am hoping that over the next couple of weeks we can move on to longer books to test this skill better. Because he and I won't be meeting again until Monday, I made sure to give him plenty of work for the weekend. He is supposed to begin writing his own story, which we will continue editing and working on. One new task I am adding to our list, since his comprehension has been great, is working on his writing, spelling and handwriting. I think the biggest thing with this, just like with his reading, is getting him to take his time. While describing his homework to him, he didn't respond well, so I plan to come up with assignments that he will enjoy more, or would be more excited about.
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Reading Tutoring review by Richard in Los Angeles, CA
We continued working on sight vocabulary words and decoding. In addition to reading for about half of the session, we worked our way through common words that can be split apart on double consonants, vowels, etc. I'd like the student to be able to read common words by sight -- so we're practicing using flashcards -- but also to have decoding skills to approach longer and unfamiliar words. We also practiced verb endings (-ed, -ing) so that he can read verb tenses rather than approaching them as entirely different words.
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Reading Tutoring review by Sophia in Los Angeles, CA
We reviewed sounds of all letters, vowels and consonants and distinguished between the two. We made sentences with each of the words from the first grade word list. We set goals for the student and wrote them out for him and mom to use as a daily guide. He is making great progress and it will be even better progress when he practices daily, identifying and writing sight words and any new words and sounds.
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Reading Tutoring review by Erin in Los Angeles, CA
I started today by having the student read the 3rd grade level words. She flew through them with no problem. We then did alternating reading. I read the book Julius The Baby of The World first, modeling fluency. Then she reread the book after me. Afterwards, both of us created a chart of beginning, middle, and end to practice story sequencing, summarizing, and main ideas.
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Reading Tutoring review by Jennifer in Los Angeles, CA
Today I brought chart paper and headed it with "ch," "sh," and "th," and asked the student to help me think of words with those sounds. We went over the sounds first, noting the difference between them. We pulled out some books to look for more words, and then the student did write some words on the chart paper. She wrote a couple that she didn't know at first and then was able to read them after. Afterward, we read a book together, and she read the words she knew (which was most of them).
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