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Northern Illinois University
Northern Illinois University (Master's)
Hi! My name is Susan, and I am excited about English! I have been teaching English professionally for about 4 years, and I have been tutoring even longer. I earned my Master's degree in English in 2007, so I know what I'm doing, I promise! :) I have worked with students from 2 years old to adults, and I have enjoyed every experience I've had. I'm very passionate about learning, and I love to help others gain wisdom and succeed. I want to get you excited about English, too!
My teaching/tutoring methods are pretty simple and straightforward--my biggest goal is to make learning fun. I firmly believe that everyone learns differently, so I want to find the method that works best for you and keeps you on your toes! I love to laugh and have fun, and I believe that the more enjoyable something is, the easier it is to learn and remember.
If you're having trouble with English, whether you are a native speaker or learning it as a second language, look no further! I am here to help you! I also speak Spanish, and I am more than willing to use Spanish as a bridge to English acquisition. So, let me know if you're interested, and let the learning begin! Hi! My name is Susan, and I am excited about English! I have been teaching English professionally for about 4 years, and I have been tutoring even longer. I earned my Master's degree in English in 2007, so I know what I'm doing, I promise! :) I have worked with students from 2 years old to
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