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University of Ottawa (Philosophy)
University of Ottawa (Enrolled)
Defense Language Institute (Graduate Coursework)
My teaching career was mostly in Latin. Therefore, I consider myself very good at English Grammar and Know a bit of Greek and Spanish, along with some German, Russian and Haitian Creole. Going to school in Canada helped me to become quite fluent in French which I also have taught.
I have substituted in almost every elementary and high school subject. I have developed skills at understanding what the teacher wants and presenting the lesson to the students. I have tutored a bit, taught some very small classes and independent studies. I enjoy these classes because usually students in these circumstances want to learn.
I have worked in elementary math with my grandchildren.
I have taught Latin and/or French for more than thirty years. I have traveled extensively in Classical and French speaking countries. The University of Ottawa in the capital of Canada is a bilingual school and the Philosophy classes used a lot of Latin. I am a longtime member of the American Classical League and The Classical Association of New England.
Most Latin teachers know more English grammar than many English teachers. So often we find ourselves teaching points of grammar not touched on in the English classes.
I assume this section refers to Roman and Greek history and Mythology, subjects every Latin teacher knows well.
Looking forward to hearing from anyone who needs my talents. My teaching career was mostly in Latin. Therefore, I consider myself very good at English Grammar and Know a bit of Greek and
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