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san jose state (English)
My name is Sami, and I am currently an assistant preschool teacher at the Addison Penzak Jewish Community Center in Los Gatos, Ca.
I am also a student at San Jose State, and will be receiving my BA in English in May 2016. I have also completed 3 units of Early Childhood Education Courses at West Valley Community College and am enrolled in 9 units, in order to earn a CA Teacher Permit.
I would like to tutor in the related areas of English and Literature because I have 4 years of related experience and skills to help students achieve success in beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels of reading and writing tasks. I am also proficient in elementary math, science, and history.
I enjoy a multitude of subjects and have the necessary patience and professional experience to help students grow and expand their knowledge in a manner that corresponds with their style of learning. For me, being a tutor is a way to give back to my community, and help struggling students accomplish their academic goals and become more confident in their analyzation, reasoning, and critical thinking skills.
I am an English Major, as well as an Associate Teacher. I have taken creative writing and editing workshops, as well as various critical writing, poetry, and literature survey courses at SJSU.
I have excellent communication, writing, editing, and proofreading skills. My name is Sami, and I am currently an assistant preschool teacher at the Addison Penzak Jewish Community Center in Los Gatos, Ca.
I am also a student at San Jose State, and will be receiving my BA in English in May
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