My students are scientific, technical and business professionals. Most such professionals are already very competent at reading and comprehending English; their challenge comes in speaking and communicating effectively, especially when speaking spontaneously without preparation.
Six years later, I have found a structure to teach the concepts of developing, writing and editing essays and making sure the student is present during the entire process. First, I get to know the student’s strengths and weaknesses of writing. Afterwards, the student is given an outline to get them started with the writing.
I have been teaching in the New York City Department of Education for over 20 years. I am certified as a teacher and administrator in both New York and Florida, specializing in State Test Prep, Common Core, Homework Help, Reading and Writing for elementary school students. I have developed many skills and capabilities regarding curriculum.
Education Graduate coursework in English Composition, SFSU–2013-14 Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, Magna Cum Laude, SFSU–2013. • Area of concentration: Modern and ancient Japanese culture and history • Additional coursework and areas of interest outside of concentration: Technical and marketing writing, Journalism, and Communications law. • Overall SFSU GPA: 3.
I have a Doctorate in Education from Texas Tech, a Master of Science from Georgia State University and a Bachelors and Masters from Southern Polytechnic State University in Georgia. I was a project engineer when I finished my undergraduate (with Southern Engineering Company) and progressed to teaching because I enjoyed research and computer applications.
Certified k-8 teacher in Idaho Falls. I use district curriculum and hands-on manipulatives to help students achieve success in grade-level and beyond reading / comprehension skills. I have experience with IEP students, and have 4 years experience in RTI / Title I teaching in small group. I have subbed in district 93 on and off for 7 years.
I give lessons to students from primary school to college level. My techniques are to provide suggestions and areas of revision for student's papers, instead of simply editing their work. I also provide context and support for literature, but will not read the student's chapters for them.
My name is Genese Robinson. I have a trained teachers' diploma. I worked at the high school level teaching language arts, literacy studies, and literature. I like to use real world situations to keep my lessons interesting and exciting. Differentiated instruction is important. Additionally, I like to use a mix of direct instruction and inquiry -based learning.
I am offering tutoring for students in the primary grades (K-5). I am a Special Education teacher by trade so I teach with a lot of visual aids, organizers and multiple methods of exposing children to the content they are learning. in order to help students concretize and give them a better grasp of the subject.
I am an Elementary school teacher. Qualities that will I possess that will benefit my students are patience, flexibility, compassion, and determination. I sincerely want the very best for each student I teach. Nothing makes me happier than when a student is successful. I want to get to know my student and adapt lessons based on how that student learns best.
I currently hold degrees and one certification in TESOL. I have, in order, an Associates in Graphic Design from McNeese State University, a Bachelors in Fine Arts from the Art Institute of Houston, and an Associates in Process Technology from Sowela Technical Community College.
I am a Cornell University graduate who specializes in helping students with ACT and SAT Prep as well as college admissions essays and resumes. I have previously worked as a tutor for ACT/SAT prep and as a resume builder for both students and professionals. I am extremely compassionate and work with students to reach their highest potential in any way I can.
I am a consultant who works with children of varying ages with specialized educational, social, and behavioral needs. My teaching style and methodology encompasses lectures, hands on projects, use of positive reinforcement, encouragement for reluctant learners, active student responding, guided notes, remedial remedies, and incorporating fun and humor in lessons.
I encourage creative expression and abstract thinking through brainstorming and discussion. I give constructive correction with grammar and structure and aim to improve a student's ability to communicate by expanding vocabulary and critical thinking skills. I provide suggestions for more effective writing without undermining the voice and intention of the author.
I am an engaging, focused, and passionate teacher and tutor and very much believe in the ability of each student to have a successful and fulfilling learning experience. I received certification to teach English as a Foreign Language from Jerusalem in 1975 and have had many years teaching and tutoring since then to students of all ages and in many different venues.
As a teacher of English/language arts/reading, I can help students from elementary grades through high school improve reading skills, essay writing, and understanding literature. I have taught on the college level as well as elementary and middle school grades. We can work on current school assignments or read a book of your choice.
M.A. in Applied Linguistics at Biola University 4.0 GPA/Summa Cum Laude B.S. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) 3.9 GPA/Summa Cum Laude Both degrees provided experience teaching English, ESL, and literacy to a variety of students from elementary school through PhD programs.
Hello my name is Colby Ballos, I'm a recent graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and I give lessons to people of all ages, but as a substitute teacher I tend to teach high school more than anything else. If you're interested in English, Reading, Writing or History I can tutor you in a variety of subjects.
My name is Rina. I can help with all levels of English, from academic to business fluency. I hold 3 degrees: a BA in languages, an Honors Degree in Business Administration, and an MBA. I've worked and lived on 3 continents and an island (New Zealand). I started as an English teacher and have now - years later - returned to teaching.
I have taught every ELA secondary class, from English I to AP Literature. My strengths are literary/rhetorical analysis - close reading. I can help with standardized tests on any level. I can also help with reading/comprehension.
I have a BA in Language Arts, two minors in Native American studies and African American studies, and a validate CLEAR, BCLAD, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. I completed my bachelors at Cal State Hayward, as well as completed a year in Hayward's teacher credential program.
I attended Villanova University, where I majored in English Literature (with a minor in Political Science). Before finishing my studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University, I spent a semester studying abroad in England; during my time there, I became as well-versed in British Literature as I already was in American Literature.
I have earned two Masters' degrees, in Library Science and Religious Studies. In addition, I have training in legal studies and medical records. My undergraduate degree is in Psychology, with a minor in Religion. In addition, I have earned a certificate in Medical Billing and Coding.
As a nonfiction editor my job was to help professional writers improve their book manuscripts; I work closely with students on their own writing so they learn how to compose better sentences and paragraphs, as well as how to structure entire papers. My method is the same as I use with professionals: I ask lots of questions, provide suggestions, and discuss possibilities for changes.
*Goals: Advance students in a way that is applicable to them not the system. * Techniques: 1) Instruct concepts in a manner that is achievable and non-threatening; 2) Use of templates, close reading strategies and context clues to help conquer difficult vocabulary/ complex texts; 3) Use contemporary articles, passages, songs to help develop skills.
My name is Sarah Dunning. I am a certified elementary education teacher. I recently resigned this year to spend more time with my wonderful seven year old daughter. I have experience with pre-k through 4th grade students. My true passion is teaching phonemic awareness, phonics, and fluency..
I currently teach 6th grade ELA, which includes writing, grammar, and literacy. For reading we review all the skills needed to understand a novel. In writing, we work on essays and how to use details, S well as things like figurative language to mark them stronger.
Older Mom-type holding a BA from Chatham University who specializes in literacy using the Hubbard Method, teaches Phonics and basic Arithmetic to kids and adults in Hollywood, California. I use drills and 1-on-1 with encouragement and interest. Associated materials include GRAMMAR AND COMMUNICATION FOR CHILDREN, STUDY SKILLS FOR LIFE, and the BASIC STUDY MANUAL all by author and educator L.
I am a high school graduate, looking to teach young kids how to read, write, and speak proper English. I am bilingual, speak both English and Spanish. Am very good at helping young children get to learn before they reach a higher level of education.
Education: Undergraduate TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate from San Jose State University. Creative Writer and Poet since age 15 years old. Published a Fiction Short Stories mini Novella Book called Cassandra's World with 2 poems in it. In the process of publishing 2 children's books either through Amazon.
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