It has been said that if two people, equally qualified, apply for the same job, the one with the more commanding vocabulary and use of language will probably get the position. We live in a very competitive society, where the "edge" comes from having a strong command of selling skills in every profession. We have to "sell" ideas to bosses; "sell" goals to peers, colleagues, or group members; "sell" ourselves in interviews or on test scores to show we have a command of the English language in all phases: listening, writing, speaking, and reading.These skills are acquired, are learned, are earned. They usually do not just "happen." They are honed and shaped. I believe a workshop approach to teaching and learning can assist a student to master the aforementioned English skills. That is what I use: a student-centered approach to tutoring.
Let me help you learn. You will, I believe, see results and grow as a learner, as well as to grow in specific skills and knowledge.
Remember,"Knowledge is power." I believe you can become a more dynamic speaker, thinker, writer, and reader-a more powerful person- as we work together on your English language skills.
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