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Texas A&M University, Texarkana TX (English)
Texas A&M University Texarkana (Master's)
Hi, my name is Rebecca. I graduated with my BS in English, and I am currently working on my master's degree. I teach language arts and math at a middle school in the Texarkana area. While in college, I worked as a tutor. I helped modify and proofread papers. I also worked as a supplemental instructor, which allowed me to hold study groups after classes. I enjoy teaching and helping students learn new information.
While my degree is in English, I can help with a variety of subjects. I am certified to teach grades 4-8; however, my availability does not end there. I am willing to help with various different subjects and grade levels.
When I am not teaching, I enjoy reading, fishing, photography, and catching up on Netflix. I am excited to hear from you on how I can help with any tutoring needs.
As a teacher, I am free during the summer months. While I am excite for the summer, I know that this is precious time where students can forget learned information. With a few tutoring lessons, students can keep old information fresh, or get caught up on new information before the coming school year. Contact me with any questions you may have. Hi, my name is Rebecca. I graduated with my BS in English, and I am currently working on my master's degree. I teach language arts and math at a middle school in the Texarkana
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