Ferris State University (English Literature)
My name is Paul, and I'm a graduate of Ferris State University. I worked for much of my college career to be a high school teacher, but I became decided to pursue graduate school and have a go at being a college professor instead. I'm a skilled educator, despite my lack of a certification. I have worked as a substitute teacher for more than two years, gaining valuable experience in instruction.
I also spent time in the tutoring center of my university, helping students with their compositions, Spanish homework or Lit assignments.
I have an intuitive grasp of mathematics, and have found a number of ways to explain difficult problems to students.
I have taken three semesters of Spanish, receiving high marks from demanding professors in each class. I worked in a tutoring center, helping students with their Spanish, and was sought for assistance by my classmates in all my classes.
My degree is in English, so I am an expert writer, reader and editor. I worked in the tutoring center, most often helping students with compositions, but have read a number of the important books in American and British Literature.
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My name is Paul, and I'm a graduate of Ferris State University. I worked for much of my college career to be a high school teacher, but I became decided to pursue graduate school and have a go at being a college professor instead. I'm a skilled educator, despite my lack of a certification. I have worked as a substitute teacher for
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I've long been interested in history, and often make a study of it in my spare time, in excess of classes I've taken. I have taught a number of history lessons as a substitute teacher, and have been told on more than one occasion that I had done so as well or better than the regular instructor.
My degree is in English Literature, and I've spent most of my life preparing to be an English teacher. I have read many of the important works in American and British literature, and I think I've understood them. I've received instruction in a number of methods of literary criticism, and can apply them to any work a student needs to critique.
I'm just plain good at math. I've received less formal education in this subject, but I am able to do most math up to this level in my head. I've had a good deal of success explaining these concepts in my capacity as a substitute teacher.
I have taken three semesters of Spanish, and received high marks in all my classes. Other students often came to me for assistance with their compositions or homework, and I tutored students in the tutoring center at the university.
I am an excellent proofreader and writer. I write in my spare time, and have been published in video game review websites. I have tutored students in composition both in the tutoring center, and on my own.