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American Military University (Forensics)
American Military University (Graduate Coursework)
I am a former U.S. Army foreign language training manager, report writing trainer, and public speaking trainer. I have over five years experience in each of these areas. Additionally, I am a freelance author with publication experience. I hold certification as an Arabic linguist and am proficient in reading, writing, and speaking in the Arabic language. I have trained soldiers and civilian adults in writing, reading comprehension, grammar, public speaking, and the Arabic language.
My tutoring approach is to first find the areas in which the student has difficulties and then format a plan to overcome those difficulties. I incorporate the student's learning style into each lesson to ensure lessons are tailored specifically to each individual student.
I am willing and happy to work with all age groups and understand that everyone has their own learning style. I like to make learning fun and simplistic and believe that anyone can learn as soon as they are find a way to no longer be intimidated by the subject. I am a former U.S. Army foreign language training manager, report writing trainer, and public speaking trainer. I have over five years
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