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...Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms. Math has a natural connection to history and science and Geometry especially connects well to the arts and architecture. I also find real-world applications for the math concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives.

...I tell my students the tricks to find the solution even if they don't know its solution, how to be smart enough to improve the numbers, etc. This is beginning of career path. To begin with, I give Pr**act**ice Test to the student.

...I have taught both precalculus and SAT Level 2 (which covers similar material). Most of precalculus is about the basic functions: polynomial, rational, trigonometric, and exponential/logarithmic. If you know how these functions look and behave, I've found that most of the subject becomes easier. I also have a strong background in calculus, so I know what the subject is preparing you for.

...I know how to analyze and explain seemingly difficult or abstr**act** concepts in clear, plain, English, so that any student can understand them. I value and respect every student's writing, treating it as seriously as my own, from proofreading, to sentence construction, to helping them tighten up t...

...I have been teaching at all levels of high school, community college, as well as after-school programs for the past eight years in the East Bay. I am in close cont**act** with a lot of French teachers in the area and we routinely share our experiences with our students. Teaching is a passion of mine.

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