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University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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I'm a history teacher at Montgomery College and a PhD student at Catholic University. I've always loved learning about history and literature, and I hope to impart to my students how terrific the humanities are. As both a graduate student and an instructor, I've written and graded more papers than I can count, providing me with considerable expertise in the mechanics of writing. I'm especially skilled at helping students compose well-structured, engaging essays.
I'm a history teacher at Montgomery College and a PhD student at Catholic University. I've always loved learning about history and literature, and I hope to impart to my students how terrific the humanities are. As both a
My daughter fell behind in Latin early in the year and her frustration level has grown steadily. Ephraim went back to the beginning with her and re-taught the lessons that she was having trouble with. After only one session she said that her homework assignments were much easier to do because she understands so much more. We still have some work to do but it is a very good start.
My daughter commented that she likes Ephraim's manner as he is teaching. She said that she felt like she was working with a friend not a teacher.
We will continue to work with Ephraim for both Latin and paper writing.
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