In the third grade, students begin reading chapter books, and enhance their analytical and comprehension skills with the help of story maps and other resources. By Grades 4 and 5, teachers typically place emphasis on expanding their students’ vocabularies, developing their ability to read between the lines (such as identifying and interpreting metaphors or inferred meanings), as well as writing basic essays.
I am looking for a tutor for a boy 13 y.o., he speaks Russian, Italian (both native) and also English (school lessons). His parents and he himself is motivated to change his Italian school to an international English speaking school. There is a need to train him to be able to study there and learn all subject specific vocabulary. If it seems interesting to you please let me know and we will discuss it in details. Thank you. Have a nice day! Best...
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