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Sarah C. ...However, I get proven results, even with the toughest cases. I believe in igniting in students an excitement for learning as well as the necessary skills they need to improve on paper and tests. I believe most extraordinarily in the power of positive reinforcement and encouragement, and nothing bolsters faltering students better than consistent improvement.
5 Subjects: including Latin, writing, literature, Regents
Astoria, NY
Seukyung K. ...American students have a learning difficulty to understand grammar and word order. I had given many practices of grammar and writing to students. For the group lesson, I had given an actual lesson of practicing conversation and changing some topic on their own.
15 Subjects: including TOEFL, reading, Japanese, Korean
Irvington, NY
Christina A. ...I have worked as an Intervention Assistant in Special Education with Middle School students, taught as an Elementary School Classroom Teacher in NY and FL, and as an English Instructor in Spain. I am currently pursuing my Master's degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)...
1 Subject: ESL/ESOL
Ridgewood, NY
CARMEN T. I have a doctorate in education, master of science and a bachelor's degree in bilingual education (Spanish-English). Also, I have a New York State teaching certification in Spanish. I have twenty years of experience and taught Spanish all levels (k-12) and Spanish for business people. I know Spanish, because I was educated and raised k-high school in Ecuador.
1 Subject: Spanish
Rego Park, NY
Michael O. ...Chinese is, by far, the easiest language to speak in the world, bar none! The grammar is VERY, VERY easy. There are NO ending changes and no past, present, or future ending changes. 95% of the sounds of the language are very easy for Americans to pronounce, and the ones that are a bit unusual I've developed techniques to help students learn.
1 Subject: Chinese
Flushing, NY