Hello! I am a recent graduate from the University of the Pacific, earning my BA with a double major in Development and Cultural Change from the School of International Studies, and French
with a concentration in French studies. I also earned an Economics
minor while attending Pacific (that is impossible to say in one breath!). I graduated with Honors and I have experience tutoring students from 5th graders to college students to professionals. While attending university, I tutored math
to 5th graders (and older) at an elementary school in Stockton. I worked at Pacific as a SUCCESS Program tutor and as a writing
mentor for the library. At Pacific, I tutored college students in Economics, French, and World History
. During my sophomore year, I studied abroad in Nantes, France where I perfected my French, and I am happy to say that I worked in Chateau Gontier, France for a semester as an English Language
Assistant for three primary schools. I think TIME is a huge factor in learning and tutoring; therefore, I prefer to take one hour (preferably two hour) tutoring sessions where I review previous lessons and continue to build the student's skills. I love interacting with the student (specifically when learning Econ or French) where we use whiteboards in order to visualize the construction of a problem. I am very optimistic and excited to have the opportunity to share my knowledge with other students.
24 hours notice required
Travels within 10 miles of Stockton, CA 95204
Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community.
Here are some of the resources created by Jennifer.
View all of Jennifer’s resources
I think the reason is the contrasts between the light and the dark. The painting is of a woman/ prostitute. The brightness of the painting surrounding the nude woman contrasts the darkness of the black woman and cat in the background. But it isn't necessarily
the subject that she is nude that...