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University of California at Davis (English Literature)
3670 E Farrier Dr (Other)
I have a great deal of experience tutoring students in both literary comprehension as well as academic writing at a variety of levels but primarily in introductory college writing and above. I've recently worked as a substitute AP. Language teacher and have experience as a Teacher's Assistant at the Junior College level. I've always found individual and small group tutoring particularly rewarding as it allows for a more granular focus on the skills a student needs rather than larger classroom environments that have to cater to the majority in a limited time frame.
Not only am I highly experienced as an English Tutor, as mentioned in my bio, but I also have a wide breadth of knowledge that has contributed to my success as a perpetual student. I'm widely read in philosophy, history, and the visual arts and we'll acquainted with psychology and sociology. Also as a Science Fiction enthusiast I have an affinity for the sciences that frequently helps me bridge the gap that many outside the humanities feel when undertaking a writing course.
Thank you in advance for your inquiries and I will respond to them as promptly and precisely as I am capable (inquiry volume may affect my response time). I look forward to meeting with any and all my potential WyzAnt students and can't wait to get you started in the dazzling world of eloquent locution and startling literary worlds. I have a great deal of experience tutoring students in both literary comprehension as well as academic writing at a variety of levels but primarily in introductory college writing and above. I've recently worked as a substitute AP. … Read more
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