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Broward college (Other)
Hello Students and Parents:
My name is Dieulifort. I have been a substitute teacher for about seven years and I am a father of a very intelligent boy. I speak, write, and read three languages--English--French--Creole. I received a certificate in medical office management from Broward College--2009-2011, a teaching certificate from Broward College--2005, and an associate's degree in business administration from Everest University--2001-2003.
As a substitute teacher, I have taught all grade levels (K-12). It is important to note that a substitute teacher teaches no specific subjects. That is, he or she teaches all subjects. However, as a tutor, I will concentrate on the following subjects: reading, English, vocabulary, grammar, public speaking, writing, ESL/ESOL, and proofreading.
Since a substitute teacher teaches all grade levels, all subjects, all ethnic groups, and I have worked everywhere in Broward County,I strongly believe that I am uniquely qualified to be a tutor for students from every background. Hello Students and Parents:
My name is Dieulifort. I have been a substitute teacher for about seven years and I am a father of a very intelligent boy. I speak, write, and read three languages--English--French--Creole. I
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Public Speaking is the process of presenting or developing a topic of interest in front of a group of people or an audience.
It sounds simple and easy, but it is not. To be effective and successful in public speaking, one needs to do his or her homework.
The very first component in the speaker's homework preparation is the selection of a topic of interest. That is, the presenter needs to pick a subject that he or she enjoys or likes. The communicator also needs to be certain that the audience is interested in the chosen topic.
As a Business Major (please see my profile), being able to communicate in public is a must. During the completion of my degree, I devoted an entire semester learning how to become an effective speaker.
I have learned and practiced all the necessary skills and techniques to be a confident and successful presenter. As a result, I am convinced that I can assist students in becoming great communicators.