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I have a Bachelor's of Science in Justice Studies, an Associate's of Arts from Chandler-Gilbert Community College with concentration in Administration of Justice, Criminology, Criminology
and CCLs from Phoenix College in Evidence Technology, Police Photography Fingerprint Classification and Identification.
My goal is to make the learning process engaging, effective, and efficient. Whatever the student's goal, I am here to help you meet and exceed expectations. I am also able to work with adult learners of English as a Second Language. I understand the needs and challenges of language learners of all ages, instead of working against your learning style I will work with you.
Government & Politics
American political thought, United States government, the political process, courts and court processes, United States Constitution, election process, political ideologies.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s of Science in Justice Studies with Minor in Political Science and Certificate in Civic Education
I will cover analyzing and labeling sentences, adjectives, adverbs, apostrophes, comparatives and superlatives, nouns, past and present tense, prefixes and suffixes, similes, synonyms, antonyms and connectives.
Tutoring will cover metacognition, schema, making connections, mental images, visualizing, inferring, evaluating, determining importance, synthesizing, and questioning.
My qualifications include a Bachelor's of Science in Justice Studies and minor in Political Science. I have extensive coursework in Sociology and a certificate awarded in Civic Education at the same time upon graduation with B.S at ASU. I am knowledgeable in sociological theory, deviance, inequality, socialization, critical thinking, social change, diversity, dichotomies, and hegemony.
I will work with your student on print awareness, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing.
I will cover referential vocabulary, relational vocabulary, antonyms, synonyms, categories, classification, and figurative language.
Topics covered include: persuasive writing, gathering evidence, comparing evidence, emphasizing/minimizing evidence, supporting arguments, constructing main arguments, evaluating arguments, constructing outlines, and constructing rough drafts.