University of South Florida, St. Petersburg (English -- Professtional Writing)
University of South Florida, Tampa (Master's)
Patricia's Language Treasure Box
Hello. I would like to tell you a little about myself. For my free time, I enjoy watching British programs (especially mystery shows), traveling to other countries and local Florida tourist areas. I love to explore our West coast beaches, cookouts and picnics, and I enjoy spending time with grandchilren.
It would be a joy to work with you (or your child, or other relative), and to assist you as you learn more about English, or TOEFL and ACT testing.
For the last 4 years, I have been teaching as an adjunct English as a Second Language (ESL) instructor at St. Petersburg Community College (SPC) in Clearwater, Florida. For the most part, I have taught English for Academic Purposes (EAP) levels 1-3 classes, but from time to time I have substituted in levels 4-5. I have helped students with English pronunciation by using an assessment to check the student's language needs and to follow-up with lesson plans for practice and further assessment.
I tutor during certain hours of the day at a Barnes 'n Noble bookstore, Starbucks, or a local library In the Tampa Bay area. These locations should be a pleasant atmosphere and an opportuniity for excellent learning experiences for the learner.
I look forward to working with you as your tutor!
Patricia S. Patricia's Language Treasure Box
Hello. I would like to tell you a little about myself. For my free time, I enjoy watching British programs (especially mystery shows), traveling to other countries and local Florida tourist areas. I love to explore our West coast beaches,
2 students in a family meeting at the same time, rate - $25 per student. A student in a 3-5 student group, rates - $20 per student. For a 2-hour session - $45.
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I have worked with a high school student to assist him with his TOEFL Reading prior to going back to finish his senior year in Peru. He is now registered as a 1st year student in an American university.
I have taught TESOL Reading to young adults using National Geographic curriculum for 2 semesters in a community college.
I teach ESL or ESOL to adult learners of English at community colleges. I teach Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening, Pronunciation and Grammar skills. I give each adult learner a Needs Analysis to fill out and, afterward, I determine what level of English learner you are as we progress along. Each lesson I teach is from a ESOL textbook. You can look up the specific publisher online to confirm my teaching materials.
I've taught English as a Second Language (ESOL) at 2 community colleges for the past 4 years. In those 4 years, I've taught speaking/listening for 6 semesters and I've received good-high evaluation ratings. My lower level students went from learning to introduce themselves to sharing information about their hobbies and interests in English. My intermediate students learned to present 2-5 minute presentations on various academic unit material while using visuals to enhance their subject matter.
Summer 2014, I taught a high school student from Peru TOEFL to prepare for this upcoming course in school and test at the end of his senior year.