In addition to my Master's Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), I have a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education, English; I also have a Reading endorsement.
I also have 17 years of experience teaching students (in grades K-12) to listen, speak, read and write in English.
I enjoy helping students gain the English skills they need in order to achieve their other academic goals. My proudest moments have been when I've seen students, who used to struggle with English, excel in applying the English skills I've taught them.
Excellent teacher she is patient caring person love to work with childrens she was my ESL teacher in highschool and my son’s teacher very sweet women we learn a lot with her from pronunciation to reading and writting.
What i like about her is that she is there when you need her and if you have a problem she will do everything to help you understand the word and the meaning of the word. I was with her in ESL class in my High School and i learn a lot from her. She is a Awesome Teacher to have in your class.
1. I pre-assess the student's needs & find-out the student's goals.
2. I address any current needs (homework help, for example).
3. To plan for future sessions, I ask the student to provide his/her teacher's contact information, so I can support what the teacher is currently teaching. I also align my lessons with Common Core Standards for English.
I have a Master's Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), and a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education, in English.
I charge $10/student/hour. But, for siblings, the family rate is $5.00/student/hour.
For 17 years, I've taught students who are not native speakers of English, in grades K-12. The students' native languages are Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Ukrainian, Japanese, Igbo, French, etc.
1. Look for a teacher who can help you improve your English skills in all domains: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
2. Look for a teacher who understands the standards that your classroom teacher uses.
3. Look for a teacher who is willing to communicate with your classroom teacher, as well as with your parents.
1. What are your goals?
2. With what concepts are you struggling?
3. What are your most-current grades (report card, progress report, recent tests/homework, reading levels, etc.)?
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