I teach languages for world peace. As a former journalist with a degree from Pt. Loma Nazarene College in San Diego, and having left San Diego on a scholarship to the Goethe Institute in Berlin, I know what it's like to struggle to learn a language, but I also know where the hyphen goes and why, and have over 20 years experience teaching English.
My goal is to teach students with the idea that they will be set free, working and remembering their English skills on their own. I am very good at teaching English whether for test preparation, essays, grammar, or reading and writing.
All of my ESL students who applied to college were accepted by the colleges of their choice on their first attempt. One of my students, a total beginner, had only 94 hours over a period of two years and just graduated valedictorian from his high school. "I couldn't have done it without you," he kindly said to me.
I also have trained teachers (TESOL) to understand and teach English for world peace around the world. The key is not just the certificate, but to be the first hired and the last fired. My graduates are in Russia, the USA, Japan, Korea, Costa Rica and elsewhere.
A group of 18 employees I am working with always give me the highest marks on my weekly evaluations. One of them walked up to me after class and said she had tried to learn English for 20 years, and for the first time, I made it easy. This is what I do.
I have trained Spanish instructors as well; they also know their language from an academic point of view and know how to teach it to others in a fast and friendly manner.
If you or a person you know needs English or Spanish, please let me know.
Students should be able to come to my classroom and spend two hours at a time. Most students should be 16 or older, preparing for college or in college.
World peace through language education is possible.
Email B Rose
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