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San Francisco State University (Speech Communication)
School for International Training (Master's)
I am a semi retired ESL instructor, with lots of training and experience in teaching ESL at all levels, as well as advanced writing skills, editing and pronunciation. I was a college ESL/English instructor and academic advisor for many years, but I love teaching one on one! My teaching style is both relaxed and professional. I am committed to helping my students meet their goals, to learn - and to enjoy the process of learning :)
I have an undergraduate degree in Speech Communication with an emphasis in Cross Cultural communication. I have a Masters in Teaching ESL. I have taught in college ESL programs, been a professional tutor at the college level, and taught in community programs for adult learners and family programs in the 4 skills: reading , writing, conversation, and listening. I have taught courses in USA cultures, and US slang. I am also a world traveler with great respect for people of different cultures and countries.
Let's go on a linguistic adventure! Let me know what you want to learn - and let's get started. "What you can do, or dream you can, begin it now. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it!" I am a semi retired ESL instructor, with lots of training and experience in teaching ESL at all levels, as well as advanced writing skills, editing and pronunciation. I was a college
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