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Spokane is a city located in Spokane County, Washington. The city rests on the Spokane River and is west of the Rocky Mountain foothills. It has a population of approximately 208,900, which makes it the second largest city in the state. Spokane is nicknamed the "Lilac City."

The Spokane Public Schools System serves the educational needs of the city's students. According to U.S. News and World Report, the district includes a number of highly ranked high schools, such as North Central High, Lewis and Clark High, and Ferris High. Each institution has been awarded the organization's silver medal. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Spokane tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep. The city hosts two universities, which are Gonzaga University and Whitworth University. To try to get an edge on the competition and potentially increase your chances of getting into the best schools, you can work with a Spokane, WA, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home.

Things to do in town include visits to Manito Park, Riverfront Park, Centennial Trail, and Spokane Falls. The city hosts the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. The museum received its accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums. It is associated with the Smithsonian Institution. The museum focuses on American Indian culture, regional history, and visual art. It is equipped with a library and archives, an auditorium and outdoor amphitheater. The site also hosts the historic Campbell House, which was built in 1898 by Kirtland Cutter, a renowned architect. Sites and landmarks in Spokane include Green Bluff, Downtown Spokane, St. John's Cathedral, and the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. The theater is the home of the Spokane Symphony and showcases musicals, conventions, live music, and more.

Avista Stadium hosts the Spokane Indians, which is a minor league baseball team affiliated with the Texas Rangers of the MLB. The Chiefs, Empire, and Black Widows are other sports teams in town, competing in indoor football, ice hockey, and soccer, respectively. The city has ranked as one of the "99 Best Sporting Cities" according to Sporting News. ROW Adventure Center, Mica Moon Zip Tours, and Spokane Trail Rides are a few locations with fun outdoor activities.

If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online or in-person tutoring in Spokane could help you get ahead in your test prep. One-on-one tutoring in Spokane, WA, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams.

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Tutoring review by Deontae in Spokane, WA
We covered several sections of his homework. The student was able to solve most of the problems due to the tutoring work we did over the summer.
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Tutoring review by Thomas in Spokane, WA
The student learned how to greet others in formal and informal situations, and ask someone's name. They also learned how to ask how someone is doing and say goodbye. Students practiced the conversation via role playing, and then participated in some yes or no questioning with the tutor so help acquire structures.
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Tutoring review by Clara in Spokane, WA
We worked on long and short vowels in English and reviewed the homework that she had done, categorizing them.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Spokane, WA
The student had an argumentative essay he needed help writing. We discussed the rhetorical strategies pathos, logos, and ethos; and analyzed examples of them in The Odyssey. We also discussed the writing process including thesis development, creating outlines, selecting and expanding on evidence for the thesis, and paper structuring. We also worked on making a comprehensive outline of his essay so he had something to guide his writing.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Spokane, WA
The student and I met for the second session and covered Leccion Numero Uno from the text we are using after he worked through the lesson as homework. We discussed any questions he had regarding the lesson and addressed accents and pronunciation. We also covered ER/IR verb conjugation in the present tense, personal pronouns, memorization/ study strategies, note taking and organizing vocabulary. We reviewed new vocabulary and cognates/ false cognates as well as common patterns with cognates. He did great with vocabulary and pronunciation. He also picked up present tense conjugation very quickly and realized he has some recollection of the subjunctive tense and future tense conjugations as well. He is self correcting often and is asking the right questions such as "Why did you use para then instead of por?" or "When do I use ser vs estar?" So we will begin diving into these grammar lessons soon!
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Tutoring review by Kate in Spokane, WA
We covered circular motion, centripetal forces, and the basic concept of work. The student also wanted to review a couple of questions that she had missed on a previous quiz. She asked about the derivation for centripetal acceleration in terms of velocity and radius, and I told her that I would write it out and email it to her. She will let me know if she has questions.
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