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University of Maryland, College Park
I teach practical skills that can be used right away.
ESL: I have been tutoring adults in English as a Second Language since January 2012. Lessons are customized based on each student’s current level of English and their specific goals. Since each student has different needs, I like to select the learning tools based on those needs. Learning tools can vary from sample dialogs to idiom games to grammatical exercises. I like to check in with students often to see whether the lessons and learning meet expectations. My goal is your goal – to improve your English in whatever aspects are most important to you.
MS Office: I have many years of experience using the Microsoft Office suite of products in a business environment. I offer lessons for the new or struggling user of MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. Learn the basics, tips and tricks needed to create professional documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Ideal for those requiring this skillset needed for a new job. My goal is to provide the capabilities required for everyday use and the foundation for more advanced use in the future.
I offer tutoring for learners who are available during the daytime. Fee is negotiable. I teach practical skills that can be used right away.
ESL: I have been tutoring adults in English as a Second Language since January 2012. Lessons are customized based
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