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SUNY New Paltz
Manhattanville College (Master's)
I am currently a New York State Certified Teacher in Pre-K through 12th grade TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and 7th through 12th grade French. I received my undergraduate degree from SUNY New Paltz in Teaching Secondary French (graduated magna cum laude) and my master's degree from Manhattanville College in TESOL (graduated summa cum laude). I taught for five years in a NYC public school. I believe in creating individualized lesson plans in order to meet the needs of each learner. I present the material in an engaging, fun and energetic manner. I am very patient and friendly. I have experience tutoring students of many different levels and backgrounds. In New Paltz, I tutored children in ESL and prepared adults for the TOEFL exam. While student teaching, I helped prepare English Language Learners for the ELA Regents and the NYSESLAT Exam. I also worked with children going into first grade during a summer enrichment program in a Westchester School District. I am available for tutoring in ESL, TOEFL prep, grammar, proofreading, reading, writing, spelling, vocabulary, French and elementary math and science. I look forward to meeting you!
I am currently a New York State Certified Teacher in Pre-K through 12th grade TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and 7th through 12th grade French. I received my undergraduate degree from SUNY New Paltz in Teaching
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