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Columbia College Chicago (Theater)
University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana (Master's)
Hello, my name is Robert, but everyone calls me Bob. I live in Washington, Illinois. I spent 6 years teaching EFL to students in Japan, focusing mostly on conversational English. My students were mostly adults ranging in age of 13 to 84, and I have experience in dealing with very-beginner to very-advanced students. While teaching conversation, I also did test preparation courses for TOEIC, TOEFL, and Eiken (STEP). I have a lot of experience with error correction, spelling, grammar, and explaining nuance of conversation elements. When I returned to the US, I spent 2 years at UIUC getting my Master's degree in TESL. During my tenure, I taught undergraduate and graduate level ESL writing courses focused on proper formatting and content of university-level papers. If you have need of someone to help you with English in any aspect, I can provide assistance.
Hello, my name is Robert, but everyone calls me Bob. I live in Washington, Illinois. I spent 6 years teaching EFL to students in Japan, focusing mostly on conversational English. My students were mostly adults ranging in age of 13 to 84, and I have experience in dealing with very-beginner
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