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B.A. The University of Southern Mississippi (Foreign Languages)
I'm Mirrissa! As a 2015 USM graduate in Spanish, one of the requirements was to volunteer. And I did. It was/is a great experience, as I learned more about the way non English speakers view the English language, and how to best teach the language to a group of mixed language students.
Tutoring came about as a result of this volunteering opportunity, and I must admit I LOVE IT. it is amazing to see a young mind develop and grow. I typically talk with the parents and students in a round table style and find out what our goals are so that we can best move forward.
While I am working towards saving the money to get my ESL certification, I have volunteer taught ESL to a primarily Spanish class of adult learned for three years. (references are provided). I am currently tutoring an elementary age child.
I have a BA in Spanish, am a current bilingual customer service rep, which includes translating emails, licenses and other proprietary information.
I love the idea of one-on-one teaching. And I know that with our team effort we can help your child excel!
You can reach me here, and we can discuss lessons and schedules.
You will not be disappointed. Hello,
I'm Mirrissa! As a 2015 USM graduate in Spanish, one of the requirements was to volunteer. And I did. It was/is a great experience, as I learned more about the way non English speakers view the English … Read more
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