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University of Central Florida (English)
I have a B.A. in Writing & Rhetoric and a minor in Psychology from the University of Central Florida, where I also tutored writing at the University Writing Center for 2 years. My goal in life is to produce meaningful work.
As a writing major and tutor, I've recognized writing as an act of rhetoric. Through my experiences, I’ve learned about what writing is, what it isn’t, and what it can do. Writing enables people to address issues in the world, other people, and even themselves. My goal as a writing tutor is to enable your skills at using language effectively.
I've tutored college-level writing for two years and have made student learning my top priority. From ESL learners, to older students, to college freshmen, to grad students--I've helped them improve their skills with writing. I've worked with the many levels of writing: from grammar and punctuation, to formatting styles, to rhetorical objectives and audience awareness.
I'm easily reachable. I'll usually reply within hours, or at least within the day. I have a B.A. in Writing & Rhetoric and a minor in Psychology from the University of Central Florida, where I also tutored writing at the University Writing Center for 2 years. My goal in life is to produce meaningful work.
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