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Robert Z. ...These are the areas that are stumbling blocks to many students, but my experience allows me to guide them through these challenges. My approach to this subject is guided by the Common Core standard adopted by most states (including all of New England) two years ago. In general, the vocabulary standards focus on understanding words and phrases and their relationships.
44 Subjects: including TOEFL, chemistry, writing, calculus
Andover, MA
Yui K. ...I graduated from Umass Boston last May, and I tutored students in the Japanese language for two years on campus, where I usually had 10-15 students each semester. I love teaching the Japanese language and talking about Japanese culture with my students. I prefer a teaching style that is open and flexible.
1 Subject: Japanese
Boston, MA
Carolyn S. ...Post graduation, I taught high school Spanish in Miami, Florida. I taught Spanish IV and Intro to Poetry/Prose to native Spanish speakers at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart. I also taught Spanish I and II to non-native speakers at Gulliver Preparatory.
1 Subject: Spanish
Somerville, MA
Emilie D. ...I believe my experience with material culture and people of different cultures makes me a more diverse and better history/social studies teacher because I can use cultural materials and history as evidence when teaching difficult concepts. I have a BA from UMASS Boston in Anthropology/Archaeology. I have a certificate in New England Prehistory.
23 Subjects: including Spanish, grammar, TOEFL, English
West Newton, MA
Elaine L. ...I have work experience in preschool and K-12 levels as teacher assistant. I received my bachelor's degree in English at the University of Michigan. Currently I am doing my master's degree at Harvard University and primarily study language education.
2 Subjects: including TOEFL, Chinese
Cambridge, MA