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Teaching children to read and write

Do you want your child to start reading and writing?

Teaching Children in the Zurich and ST. Gallen areas.

-Teaching Phonics
-Songs
-Writing Exercises
-games
and much more........

Reasonable pricing
PM if interested
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Hello! How much do you charge per hour?
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Old 11.10.2011, 23:15
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

In which language?
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

What age group do you cater for?
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Thank You for writing. The Language is English and the age groups are from ages 4 and up.

If you have any more questions please feel free to thread or PM me.

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Re: Teaching children to read and write

I travel to you

From St. Gallen, Flawil, Appenzell,Wil, Flawil, Rapperswil, Winterthur, Kloten Zurich, uster, wetzikon, Pfaffikon, Thurgau and the canton of Schwiez.

I have a place in Uster where I teach.
Also in Zurich or ST.Gallen I teach in a neutral sites for example: Coffee Shops, etc.
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

It would be helpful if you gave details of qualifications and experience. Are you a native speaker of English?
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

I have a reading and writing program in a few schools here in Switzerland. I have students from the ages of 4 to 11 learning to read and write.

I also teach privately. I have been teaching reading and writing in Switzerland since moving from America last December.

I completed the learner program to teach reading and writing 10 years ago.
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

Please PM me for pricing and for further questions
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I have a reading and writing program in a few schools here in Switzerland. I have students from the ages of 4 to 11 learning to read and write.

I also teach privately. I have been teaching reading and writing in Switzerland since moving from America last December.

I completed the learner program to teach reading and writing 10 years ago.
Maybe I'm being over-the-top but you don't say much about yourself in any particular detail. Why should people PM you for this info - it doesn't really hook people in.

Can you direct parents to a website, for example? I don't think you will get many bites without more meaty information. Posting a bump with "Please PM me" every few days isn't going to bring any more interest than it probably already has.

Just sayin'
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

http://www.wix.com/pmenglishteacher/pm-english

This is my new website. Parents, feel free to contact me with any question.

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Well done for taking the step in creating a website. I'm sure you will find that it helps with your career.
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Re: Teaching children to read and write

Hello Everybody,

I made 2 sites. The first is in English and the Second is in German. I am looking forward to your responses on the site.

Cheers,
Peter

*1 http://www.wix.com/pmenglishteacher/pm-english English



#2 http://www.wix.com/pmenglishteacher/pm-english German
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