In addition to my Secondary English Language Arts endorsement, I am certified to teach speech and language methods to students with hearing loss. The EMU special education program for hearing impairment focuses on the needs of students with hearing loss who use oral language to communicate. I have nearly 3 academic years' experience working with this student population.
My passion for tutoring shows in my exemplary work as a one-on-one teacher. As a special education professional, I have the skills to teach to every individual student's needs. Throughout my teaching experience since graduating in 2014, I have planned lesson units for a variety of concepts in a variety of subjects for classes of both general and special education students between the ages of 3 and 14.
I also have one-on-one experience tutoring a college student in collegiate skills and English Language Arts courses in which my struggling student with a learning disability earned A grades. I have experience tutoring writing concepts at the college level, and helping students manage time and organization of their coursework.
At EMU, I studied and practiced ELA methods for teaching my secondary students to become life-long literacy learners. During my teaching experience, I developed and carried out lesson units for a variety of ELA concepts including interpreting literature, genre study, essay writing, and media literacy.
I have an extensive portfolio of speech and language method lessons for students with hearing loss who communicate orally, and would be an exemplary tutor for this population.
Please let me know if you have any questions, and contact me for a lesson in any of these subjects! I work hard to meet the needs of individual students, and encourage them to be self-advocates and life-long learners. In addition to my Secondary English Language Arts endorsement, I am certified to teach speech and language methods to students with hearing loss. The EMU special education program for hearing impairment focuses on the needs of students with hearing loss who use oral language to communicate. I have nearly 3 academic years' experience working with
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