University at Buffalo (Early Childhood)
I'm Christine and I'm looking forward to meeting with you! I was born and raised in New York and I fell in love with English while I was in high school. I'm currently a third-year student at University at Buffalo as a Health and Human Services major with a concentration in Early Childhood Development. I hope I can help you improve your scores! I was a summer school teacher for two consecutive summers at New Church of New York. I taught sixth and fifth grade, consecutively. I'm looking into going into education for my occupation.
I maintained a B+ to an A average in high school and English isn't something I'm good at, it's something I love. Grammar is my strongest suit, so I can definitely help proofread your essays. I can help teach you different techniques for learning vocabulary until you find one you're comfortable with! And I love giving out free-writing prompts to test your skills and watch you improve.
Please contact me if you're interested in gaining a love for English. I don't think people can just get better in the language unless they truly enjoy it! So if you want your child to "get better" at English, allow me to show them that it isn't so bad! I know the school system makes it hard for students to enjoy school, so I'm hoping I can help them warm up to English. I'm Christine and I'm looking forward to meeting with you! I was born and raised in New York and I fell in love with English while I was in high school. I'm currently a third-year student at University at Buffalo as a Health and Human Services major with a concentration in Early Childhood
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