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Nash Community College (Social Work)
I have always enjoyed helping people learn to read. I discovered my love of public speaking after taking it during my first semester at NCC. I help children, including my own, to not only read sight words but to sound out the words aiding them to become independent readers. I work as an English tutor and Supplemental Instructor at NCC. I aid the instructors in class and provide one-on-one assistance with research, prewriting, and general organizational issues that arise with collegiate level papers. I enjoy helping students apply critical thinking skills to the papers they write. Seeing the growth someone can have over the course of a semester is very rewarding.
I am originally from England, am well spoken, and speak clearly when talking and reading. My natural abilities, paired with tools I learnt early on, have played a part in how I assist people to read and write papers today. I am a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the high honors society, and was personally selected by NCC instructors to be an English tutor. I will be transferring to Barton in 2016 where I will study for my undergraduate degree in Social Work.
I am an A student in Public Speaking, as well as an A student in English.
If you are looking for someone with patience, understanding, and an eye for detail, then I'm your lady. Whatever the age, I can assist you in your reading/writing needs. I have always enjoyed helping people learn to read. I discovered my love of public speaking after taking it during my first semester at NCC. I help children, including my own, to not only read sight words but to sound out the words aiding them to become independent readers.
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