I am a certified English teacher for grades six through twelve. I have routinely worked with students on ACT test preparation while working as a substitute teacher. I have also proctored ACT tests in public high schools on several occasions.
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, so I have studied math far beyond what is covered on the ACT. I have also worked with students in school on practice ACT tests as parts of my job as a substitute teacher.
Reading is one of my core tutoring subjects. I am certified by the State of Michigan to teach English in grades 6—12. I routinely work with students on reading skills as part of my current job as a substitute teacher. Moreover I have worked with students in school on practice ACT tests.
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, so I have strong science background. I have also worked with students in school on practice ACT tests as parts of my job as a substitute teacher.
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, so I have studied math far beyond what is covered in Algebra I. I routinely work with students on math skills as part of my current job as a substitute teacher.
History is one of the subjects I am certified to teach for grades 6—12. In fact, although my teaching major was English, History was my major at the time I earned my first Bachelor's Degree. I am comfortable teaching American History from the time of colonization all the way up to the present era.
I usually focus on the core areas of the ASVAB, i.e. the Math and English portions. Those are the portions that actually determine eligibility for the military; the other sections do not. I am a certified English teacher, and I have a strong background in math due to my Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, which I earned before I decided to pursue a career in teaching.
I am a certified teacher, and I have been substitute teaching for several years. I routinely use Common Core materials as part of my job duties.
I am a certified teacher in the State of Michigan. Although my certification is for grades 6-12, I have been working as a substitute teacher for nearly four years. I have routinely taught at the elementary level.
I am a highly qualified, State-certified English teacher for grades 6 through 12. I currently work as a substitute teacher in several districts, and a good deal of my time is spent in English classrooms.
As part of my communications and theater arts teaching minor, I studied various types of films. I am especially well-qualified to discuss the developmental stages of film genres, which is a key area of study for high-school and college film students. Moreover, I have continued to study films independently since earning my teaching certificate in 2010 and am well-versed in films of different eras, from the silent era to the present.
I studied French for three years at the college level, from the fall of 2008 through the winter of 2011. During that time period I received straight As in my French classes. I have kept my skills fresh by routinely substitute teaching in French language classrooms.
I have excellent cursive handwriting myself, and I have worked as a substitute teacher in numerous classrooms where handwriting was part of the daily instruction. I can tutor students who are learning the Zaner-Bloser method or the D'Nealian method (which are the two most common methods taught in public schools). If teaching manuscript (printing) or cursive to a young child from scratch. my approach would be very close to the Zaner-Bloser method.
I am certified to teach English for grades 6-12. I occasionally use phonics with older students who are struggling, but I use phonics routinely when working with elementary students in my substitute teaching assignments.
I hold a current Michigan Provisional Teaching Certificate, and speech is one of my certified subjects (along with English and History).
"Study skills" is a very broad category, but as a State-certified teacher I believe I am well qualified. I have been working as a substitute teacher across all grade levels for the past two-and-a-half years (after earning my provisional certificate in the fall of 2010).
I am a certified teacher, and one of my teaching minors was communication and theater arts. I have extensive college-level training in various aspects of theater. I have also performed in a number of college plays (as recently as 2010) and therefore have-first hand knowledge of theater productions.
I am certified to teach English for grades six through twelve. As a substitute teacher, I have routinely worked with English Language learners.
As an avid reader, I developed a sizable vocabulary at a very young age and always excelled in English. I am now certified to teach English to grades six through twelve.
I am certified to teach History to grades six through twelve in Michigan public schools. I also meet the guidelines for being highly qualified for the subject.
I am certified to teach both History and English to grades six through twelve. As part of my teacher training, I was required to take coursework specifically dealing with methods of teaching writing to high-school students. Since earning my teaching certificate, I have routinely worked with students on both essay writing and creative writing.