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Hello! A bit about myself? First and foremost: I love cats. Equally as important: I love teaching. I am a local English teacher of grades 6, 7, and 8. I am qualified to teach 6th-12th English, although I am comfortable assisting with aspects of grammar, reading, writing, vocabulary, spelling, etc. at any age. I can also help with social studies, although I didn't major in it (my dad is a professor of social studies).
Reading comprehension and writing skills are aspects of English that can really improve your understanding (and grades) across all areas of study.
My classes at my middle school are small. This is because my students need lots of one-on-one attention, so the atmosphere is very much like tutoring. Additionally, last year (and scheduled for spring of this year), I conducted after-school small tutor groups (2-5 students), so I am very familiar with small group and individual learning environments. I can cater my lessons toward your specific issue--say, capitalization--or, I can help you on a broader level, like test prep or reading comprehension.
If you feel like you need help, I am available during the afternoon and evening hours Mon-Fri (because, of course, I am teaching during the day). Hello! A bit about myself? First and foremost: I love cats. Equally as important: I love teaching. I am a local English teacher of grades 6, 7, and 8. I am qualified to teach 6th-12th English, although I am comfortable assisting with aspects of Read more
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