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University of Minnesota (Journalism)
Please consider me to tutor your child student -- or to tutor you, as an adult -- in learning how to speak, write and read English, since I have an excellent command of the English language. I was a volunteer tutor at an after-school homework program, "Homework 'n Hoops", through the Minneapolis public school system (at the Bethlehem Community Center). I tutored elementary and junior high school students with their English, reading, writing and math homework, which included "take-home" quizzes and assignments to write papers, mostly on topics of the students' personal experiences.
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism (from the University of MN). I can write in a "business" style, which is required for school papers (and my many Letters to the Editor that newspapers have published). I am also experienced in the creative writing style as well: I have had poems published, and have written songs that are performed regularly in my church, one which was recorded on one of the church's CDs. My grade point average in college was B+, so I am a good test-taker and will share my knowledge on how to score high on tests.
Children of all ages bond to me very well. I I have taught Sunday school to children in 2nd through 7th grade; and led children's activities in church. I am very expressive and make learning fun! Thank you for hiring me to tutor your child; or to tutor you, as an adult, in learning to speak, read and write in English.
Rachel H. Please consider me to tutor your child student -- or to tutor you, as an adult -- in learning how to speak, write and read English, since I have an excellent command of the English language. I was a volunteer tutor at an
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