•realize the rhythm of your writing is too monotonous (similar word length etc.)
•find you don't move smoothly between ideas and sections (transitions)
•see (hear, actually) you have used the same word too much or the words are too simple (vocabulary)
College Counseling, Writing, Reading, History, Test Prep: AP, SAT, ACT
...I have a passion for education and personalize lessons based on students’ individual learning styles and preferences. My students have described me as clear, patient, and dedicated.
I have experience as a college instructor at Carnegie Mellon University...
...I taught first by demonstration, then by imitation and in cursive writing, I showed students how to connect the letters to form a word.
I taught capitals first, then lower case, grouping letters of similar formation....
Effective Language Tutor Specializing in ESL, GED, Latin, and Spanish
...I have studied Spanish in formal and informal settings. I grew up in a Spanish speaking household where I learned conversational Spanish. I continued taking Spanish classes in high school through college, successfully passing the AP Spanish Language and Literature...
...I was a teacher assistant in a CPS high school for two years, so I have experience helping teenagers reach their goals.
I help adult ESL students improve their accents and increase their fluency in English. I also help adults improve their GRE scores.