...I was recruiting teachers, training them on the school's teaching method, monitoring them and ensuring the school's customers' satisfaction on the pedagogical side. The school provided me with an ongoing training in teaching techniques. I do believe that being a native speaker of a language does not necessarily make you a teacher of that language.
Corona, CAView Tutor
...My son has been so impressed with how you observed and knew right away the steps he was missing or performing incorrectly. It?s such a relief to him. Just sorry we didn?t find you sooner- would have saved us a lot of worry.?I have taught and tutored in Algebra 1 for many years with great success.
Los Angeles, CAView Tutor
...I didn't think so when I was a kid. But I learned the secret in college and now I'm hooked -- and I promise, you will be too. After receiving a BA, MA and doing work towards a Phd in history at UCLA, I started writing history books (the "Nutshell Notes" series), taught American history in Lithuania and tutored learning disabled students.
Santa Monica, CAView Tutor
...With English, grammatical parts of a sentence can be moved around, yet the sentence still makes sense. This is impossible in Arabic or French. English also doesn't have verb forms that distinguish social classes and cause a speaker to inadvertently offend the listener, as happens in Japanese.
Valley Village, CAView Tutor
...I enjoy learning foreign languages and believe that everyone should speak at least two languages. Myself, I'm a native English speaker and I've studied both Spanish and French. Through these studies, I've come to understand the mechanics of the English language better than I had prior to learning other languages.
Palmdale, CAView Tutor