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Private In-Home and Online Reading Tutoring in Washington DC

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 tutor assist you in conquering Reading?

Learning to read is one of the most essential building blocks of a child's early education. The importance of this skill cannot be understated, as it permits a child to understand and interact with the world around them in many ways. The key strategies to achieving proficient reading comprehension include phonological and phonemic awareness, decoding and word recognition, fluency, and vocabulary. Unfortunately, learning these skills can be challenging for many students, and they may not be able to learn effectively in a classroom surrounded by other students. One way around this is to enlist the help of a private tutor: someone who can give your child the academic attention they may need to learn how to read. Contact the educational directors at Varsity Tutors if you would like assistance with finding reading tutors in Washington, D.C., who can help your child learn in a way that works best for them.

Traditional classrooms are often overcrowded, which typically means that students are unable to get the individual attention they may need to truly master a subject. Working with a personal tutor circumvents this, as the tutor can craft lessons that cater specifically to the educational needs of your child. Your child's tutor can assess their individual learning style and strengths, and they can make sure these are utilized when going through coursework. Whatever questions your child may have about reading can be answered immediately when they get to work with Washington, D.C. reading tutors, and they can also receive immediate feedback on their classwork. Your child's tutor can create lesson plans that are fun and engaging for your child, which may help them stay motivated and excited about learning how to read successfully.

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Your tutor comes to you, so times and locations are flexible. Meet at your home, online, or any place of your choosing.

Session Summaries by Reading Tutors

Reading Tutoring review by Catie in Washington DC
Today was great. We worked on our letters and sounds as well as some sight words. The student has been getting extremely good at sounding out words that can be sounded out. He is very proud of himself when he reads a word.
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Reading Tutoring review by Nicole in Washington DC
The student and I worked on learning the rest of the long vowel sounds today (I, O, and U). We started learning about consonant blends, S blends in particular (Sk, Sm, Sp, Sl, etc.)...We also read a book to practice everything we talked about.
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Reading Tutoring review by Tiffany in Washington DC
I began the session with some word work with the student to help him with his spelling and writing skills as well as his reading ability. Then we worked together on test prep. The student practiced inference making skills as well as drawing conclusions with informational text and fictional text.
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Reading Tutoring review by Michelle in Washington DC
The student started working on reading for school- doing a timed out-loud reading. We read through once for practice and then the second time counted. We then worked on a reading comprehension exercise. The student read aloud and then worked on answering several types of questions related to the story. We finished with discussing Chapter 2 in the book. The student will read Chapter 3 for Tuesday.
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Reading Tutoring review by Rachel in Washington DC
The student did a fantastic job today. He worked hard and finished his book during reading time and pushed through his own distractions to write his reading log. His vocabulary words were a snap and he was correctly able to spell 2/4 of the words he missed on today's spelling pre-test. We also talked about the beginning, middle, and end of a story and still had time to play a word game.
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Reading Tutoring review by Susan in Washington DC
The student and I finished reading this month's SSR chapter book and worked on the comprehension questions. He struggles with making connections, recall and inferences. I did not start this book with the student but discussed with the students mother a more comprehensive strategy for the next book to help him improve his retention and comprehension at the level his teacher's demand.
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