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Drew University (Theater)
I am a former Managing Editor of an online art magazine, which was based in New York City.
After certification with Literacy Volunteers in Mercer County in 2009, I taught three assigned students for over a year. Then, I led Conversation Groups at the Princeton Public Library, and retained a number of participants as private students.(I enjoy seeing students take confidence in their growing ability to communicate, and achieve their goals!)
Since then, I’ve also taught ESL at Berlitz, and Princeton University’s Lewis International Center.
Currently, I prepare students for the SAT at the Quakerbridge Learning Center, in Lawrenceville. Right now, I have four students.
Some focuses: SAT and TOEFL preparation; pronunciation; professional email correspondence; job application letters; proofreading and editing of a lecture (on Japanese business etiquette); and clarifying and refining resumes.
My method is based the student's needs, my ongoing assessment, and the use of excellent materials. My goal, too, is to make lessons fun. I am a former Managing Editor of an online art magazine, which was based in New York City.
After certification with Literacy Volunteers in Mercer County in 2009, I taught three assigned students for over a year. Then, I led
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