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Hi, everyone. My name is Jennifer. I am a 36 year old Language Arts middle school teacher. I have been teaching for 12 years, and I still love my job. I enjoy working with students of all ages. I would venture to say that I'm a well-loved and admired teacher at my school, as I have a good rapport with most of my students and many of them still keep in touch with me well past their college years, which is a wonderful intrinsic reward of my profession....to watch them succeed and grow and become successful adults.
I have over 10 years experience in home instruction and private tutoring, and 2 years experience in ESL tutoring. I have tutored students from ages 7-15 years old, and I enjoy it immensely. It's nice to do one-on-one tutoring because I feel that it really benefits the student and allows them to sharpen their skills.
Reading, Writing, Grammar, Literature, ESL, and all other subjects (K-8) except math and science.
I understand Spanish, which helps me with ESL tutoring (when they are Spanish speaking) but I do not speak it fluently. I can read and write minimally in Spanish as well.
Please feel free to contact me anytime. Thanks! Hi, everyone. My name is Jennifer. I am a 36 year old Language Arts middle school teacher. I have been teaching for 12 years, and I still love my job. I enjoy working with students of all ages. I would venture to say that I'm a well-loved and admired teacher at my school, as I have a good
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