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Cheryl T.
...For the SAT/ACT, I draw on a variety of test strategies such as those included in the College Board SAT Study Guide, The Princeton Review Reading and Writing Prep and Barron's SAT Writing and Reading Workbooks. I review several strategies with my students and let them decide which strategy works...
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11 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing
Cheryl T.
$60.00/hr
Towaco, NJ
Megan A.
...My own experience as a language learner also helps me understand my students' needs. I have experience teaching both children and adults. I have a Teaching English as a Foreign Language Certificate from Hamline University in Minnesota and a Masters in Writing from Bennington College.
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7 Subjects: including writing, grammar, reading, English
Megan A.
$60.00/hr
New York, NY
Samantha A.
I am a passionate future educator with a zest for learning. I'm studying Special Education as a 5-year dual BS and Master's program candidate, while pursuing English Literature and Women's and Gender Studies as subject content. I have 5+ years of summer camp counselor and leadership experience, including inclusion of individuals with disabilities.
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49 Subjects: including TOEFL, proofreading, writing, vocabulary
Samantha A.
$50.00/hr
Fair Lawn, NJ
Rochelle S.
...The last step is proofreading, which is vital to the writing process. Especially when writers read their own writing aloud, they often hear more clearly what is illogical, what needs to be fleshed out, or what is simply incorrect. In the classroom, students are used to responding to teachers as authority figures, while the students are deferential.
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6 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, writing, English
Rochelle S.
$50.00/hr
New York, NY
Kelsey B.
...The certification process involved a course, but also active practice -spending 30 hours a semester acting as a second teaching presence in a classroom of ESOL learners. I took a mid/small sized group into another classroom where we did worksheets, sentence-building, pronunciation, vocabulary, a...
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23 Subjects: including SAT reading, painting, ACT Reading, American history
Kelsey B.
$35.00/hr
New York, NY
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