If you’re looking for a Language Arts Tutor or Reading and Writing tutor you can count on us to provide you with the personalized help that you deserve. Whether you start at Alpine Elementary or are finishing at Skyline High School, we can provide one-on-one in home tutoring for all of your English and Language Arts needs. Our tutoring is completely personalized and designed to meet the student’s specific needs. And whenever possible, we use the student’s own curriculum or to maximize the efficiency of the student’s learning.
Imagine your student increasing their confidence and improved their language arts skills – reading, comprehension, vocabulary—soaring to new grade levels!
Tutor Doctor Northern Colorado believes that literacy is more than just reading and writing. At the heart of new skill development or enhancement, lies literacy development. Students benefit intellectually, socially, and emotionally when they develop their language skills.
It’s not just about reading and writing — it is about how we effectively communicate within our society. As students move through the grades—Fall River Elementary to Trail ridge Middle School to Skyline High School– they are required to use language with ever greater accuracy and fluency.
“I like that they come to you and focus on your child individually. They are also flexible and able to work with your schedule if something changes.”
From a client to her tutor Molly:
“A Paean to Molly:
Woe is me,
I had to face the GRE
I couldn’t stand the ignominy
of my staid and platitudinous writing.
Could I abjure?
Give up? Be free?
And never have to endure the GRE?
Nay said she.
Lassitude would not help me.
I was timorous and captious,
But through Molly’s equanimity
She helped me descry
My nascent writing abilities.
I thought I was incorrigible,
But look at me! Who would have known?
That I could write such poignant prose?
I was irascible, rancorous, and brusque,
and yet with with prudence and veracity,
she propitiated my worries.
With vocabulary to whet my tongue,
and sharpen my inchoate prose,
Molly mollified my onerous situation.
Allayed by a plan on how to tackle the essays,
I knew there would be no opprobrium.
No. Not this time.
With confidence, I can now say,
That come that dreaded GRE test day,
I will not malinger, but charge ahead!
Listen to what dear Molly said.
And get up, get out of bed!
Make those essays less insipid!
If you find this paean contorted,
If you’re nonplussed by it’s felicitous words,
If these words sound like a cacophony to your ears,
Request the laudable Molly’s aid.
If I have obfuscated here,
let me make this quite clear:
Thank goodness that she contravened,
I owe it to her, prodigiously.”