Award-Winning Writing Tutors in Sandy Springs, GA

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Private In-Home and Online Writing Tutoring in Sandy Springs, GA

Receive personally tailored Writing 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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Varsity Tutors can help you find a skilled and professional writing tutor in Sandy Springs for your child. Your child can work with their own private tutor one-on-one, covering any aspects of writing that may be especially challenging for your child. Unlike in a classroom environment, your child's tutoring sessions can be built around their preferred learning style, making it an efficient and effective way for them to learn. Many classroom instructors only utilize one teaching style, as they need to relay information to a room full of students with various learning styles and needs. Because your child is the only student working with their tutor during their sessions, their tutor can adapt the way in which they teach to work with the unique style with which your child learns best.

Let us help you find your child a Sandy Springs, Georgia, writing tutor who can develop your student's writing skills. You can set up tutoring sessions for your child anywhere that fits into their routine, including in your home, at Ison Springs Elementary, or even out at Hammond Park. If you'd rather set up online tutoring sessions for your child, you can do so through the Varsity Tutors live learning platform.

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Session Summaries by Writing Tutors

Writing Tutoring review by Alison in Sandy Springs, GA
Yesterday, the student got feedback from her art history teacher on the initial research proposal. The feedback was positive, so we were able to proceed with the topic. I had done some reading on Vigee Lebrun since my last meeting with the student. I brought the articles to her and we went over them. One was quite dense, but the other was fairly accessible. I highlighted key ideas and terms in it and attached some accompanying definitions and explanation and encouraged her to read it on her own. Then we used the material from our research to refine our thesis for the paper and write a more substantial outline. We then worked on responses to her peers' summaries of the art history unit.
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Writing Tutoring review by John in Sandy Springs, GA
The student had a writing assignment for social studies. His topic was the Holocaust, a subject of which he is very knowledgeable. This mad it an easier assignment for him. The assignment was to be approximately 200 words, but he was so eager to share what he knew, he wrote well over 300. We briefly went over the importance of knowing both the assignment and the audience. We then used this as an exercise of editing opportunities, to discover what points are most important, and what details he could trim.
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Writing Tutoring review by Megan in Sandy Springs, GA
Today the student had more factoring practice, which she did a great job with! Less trouble with the negatives, and was strategic and persistent. She spent the rest of the time pre-writing for her book report. We covered each question, discussing what makes a good topic (e.g. lots of available information, significant) and pulling evidence from the text to support her points.
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Writing Tutoring review by Lauren in Sandy Springs, GA
The student had a math test on multiplication coming up this week, so we reviewed all the work we had done the past two weeks. Additionally, we wrote some poetry this week. We practiced writing out rhyme schemes, and wrote some couplets and quatrains.
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Writing Tutoring review by Maggie in Sandy Springs, GA
Today I made my edits and notes on the student's second paper. We're doing this so close together because both papers are due Friday. In any case, I went through his paper line-by-line and corrected grammatical mistakes and made suggestions.
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Writing Tutoring review by H. Alexis in Sandy Springs, GA
We finalized the student's observation books today. I also created a checklist that she will use for her observations sessions. Emails will be sent to the remaining contacts to secure observation slots. ELL has been a slight challenge. An email was sent to her instructor; the issue has been finding an ELL and VI student. We might go in the direction of a traditional ELL classroom. Observations begin next week! The student is doing very well.
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