I am a current second-year law student at Temple University, focusing on public interest, criminal defense, and prisoners' rights. As part of the legal profession, I spend a lot of time doing doing research, writing and speaking publicly. Accordingly, I have a strong grasp of proofreading, editing, and grammar. I also occasionally work as a Spanish translator and interpreter for various pro bono organizations.
I am a former middle school English and ESL teacher. I worked in rural South Korea, among students with extreme limited English proficiency. My philosophy on teaching focuses on incorporating target language materials, such as films, music, literature, TV programs, and outdoor activities. I believe students learn best when they're enjoying and watching themselves grow, and I try to get students outside of the classroom to have real-world interactions as much as possible (whether it be watching opening/closing statements in the courtroom, or having a conversation with a native Spanish speaker).
Sessions are tailored to your personal goals and needs (professional, test preparation, vacation planning, etc.).
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