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University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
I have had many years of teaching many subject areas. I have taught English as a Second Language and have enjoyed all students of all ages. I use visual aids when needed. I have substitute taught in high school and have enjoyed students in that environment. I have covered all subject areas of high school and enjoyed teaching spanish. I studied Spanish in high school and college and am fluent in it.
I have lived and studied in Mexico at the Iberoamerican University and the University of Mexico. I was in high school and returned to continue studies in college. I began teaching English as a Second Language when I was studying at the University of Wisconsin. I have used both Spanish to teach those wishing to learn English. And I have taught many individuals from various countries to learn and read English. I have taught Spanish to those wishing to learn basic Spanish for travel and work. These areas I would really enjoy tutoring in the most.
I would enjoy tutoring all age students as well as adults. I have taught adults in reading, math, consumer's education, vocational education and some GED reading preparation. I would enjoy tutoring you!! I have had many years of teaching many subject areas. I have taught English as a Second Language and have enjoyed all students of all ages. I use visual aids when needed. I have substitute taught in high school and have enjoyed
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