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University of Illinois, Chicago (Business Administrat)
Roosevelt University- Chicago (EdD)
I love helping students learn English and have been teaching ESL for over fifteen years to hundreds of people that emigrated to the U.S. from many different countries. The one thing they had in common was the desire to learn English to better their lives.
I know from personal experience the importance of learning the language of the country in which you are living. Helping you to achieve your goals through actively participating in your carefully crafted English classes is my priority. I encourage my students to learn conversational English as well as grammar in order to acclimate themselves to the many nuances of our language. I have assisted them in job searches and helped them in achieving their citizenship goal.
Currently, I teach Business and Conversational English in the Chicago and suburban areas to employees and their families. Generally, we meet in their homes, local libraries, or at their places of work. We use topical books, journals, radio and TV programs, along with a variety of tools that make classes enjoyable and interesting to the student and encourage their participation in class.
I hope that you will contact me so that we can discuss a lesson plan that will be most beneficial to you. I love helping students learn English and have been teaching ESL for over fifteen years to hundreds of people that emigrated to the U.S. from many different countries. The one thing they had in common was the desire to learn English to
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