Tutoring in Small Groups in Vaughan, Ontario
Read Write Think offers small group instruction in Vaughan, Ontario, with a typical group ratio of 4:1. Group placement is typically offered to those who work at or above their current grade level. Students practise their academic and learning skills in a small group environment. Our literacy and numeracy groups take place in the mornings, afternoons, evening and weekends.
Our small group instruction covers core academic subjects – English, math and French.
In literacy, we typically cover such topics as novel reading and discussion, essay writing, grammar and vocabulary.
In math groups, students learn numeracy, computation, problem-solving, develop their logical thinking and train to apply math concepts to everyday life.
French group lessons concentrate around oral communication, understanding basic grammatical concepts, vocabulary memorization and writing.
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Reading & Writing
Spelling & Literacy
Who is it for?
Students benefitting from small group setting are those who are working at least at their current grade level. Groups are also offered to students who learned 1:1 and are now ready to practise their skills in a small group.
- 4:1 students – instructor ratio
- Core academic subjects parallel or surpass Ontario Curriculum expectations
- Math, English and French
- Weekly morning, afternoon, evening and weekend meetings
- Students are placed according to age and level
Students are placed following an assessment
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We offer math group classes in Vaughan, Ontario. They consist of building basic numeracy skills and building a solid, age-appropriate foundation. Students work on word problems, develop logical thinking and learn how math is applicable to daily life situations.
We offer French group classes in Vaughan, Ontario. At RWT, we believe in power of learning a second language. Science has shown multiple times that children who were exposed to a second language consistently in childhood are more resilient and adapted in life. Our French classes follow the same low tutor to students ratio and concentrate on oral communication, writing, vocabulary, and grammar.
In our literacy classes, children enjoy reading and discussing classical novels. They follow a structured approach to writing an essay and learn the power of critical thinking skills. They hone their knowledge of grammar and expand vocabulary. Quite often, students dive deep into the history of the world and learn how historical events shaped literature.
Why Choose us?
A wide scope of services
Whether it is remediation or enrichment, our team is equipped with programs and approaches to tailor an academic program needed for academic success
We take pride in our team which consists of warm, compassionate and devoted educators specializing in reading, writing, math, French and special education
The learning plan offered to the student involves well-established, verified programs and curriculums, centered around the student’s needs
Take advantage of our free academic skills assessment that we offer for every student. The goal of the assessment is to help us determine your child’s current academic level. After that, we offer placement into the right program to meet your child’s individual learning needs.