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My teaching and writing experience is varied. I have freelanced as a ghostwriter, a copy editor, and a grant writer as well as teaching GED courses to inmates, running senior book clubs, and mentoring children in long-term shelter housing. I tutor adults with literacy barriers, but miss working with children, teens, and those with special needs. I have a diverse array of teaching methods and feel one of my strengths is the ability to tailor lessons to individuals and keep them interested, engaged, and eager. I specialize in all forms of English tutoring - writing/composition, vocabulary, grammar, and advanced skills such as close reading, criticism, long-form creative non-fiction, and compiling writing portfolios for agents and BFA and MFA programs. I also specialize in creating study plans, and mentoring students who need broad academic support. I've worked with students from kindergarteners to octogenarians and understand that the student needs both serious instruction and a tutor with a genuine desire to connect and encourage. I'd love to be able to help in any way I can and am flexible regarding meeting times and places. If you'd like to speak over the phone and better understand my methodologies and see if I am a fit for you, your son or daughter, or another loved one or friend, please do not hesitate to be in touch.
My teaching and writing experience is varied. I have freelanced as a ghostwriter, a copy editor, and a grant writer as well as teaching GED courses to inmates, running senior book
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