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Nazareth College of Rochester (Speech-Language Path)
Nazareth College of Rochester (Graduate Coursework)
My name is Humaira. I am lecturer at Nazareth College of Rochester. I teach in an English-language learning program which is developed to teach and further students' English proficiency. My areas of specialty are in teaching the TOEFL-iBT Preparation course for students. I teach this course to intermediate and advanced students. I have been teaching the TOEFL course for a couple of years in various institutions, and am well trained in the test methodology and preparatory work required. I also teach grammar and writing class to beginners, intermediate, and advanced students at Nazareth. Additionally, I tutor students one-on-one in areas of reading, pronunciation, and listening comprehension.
My educational background is in Speech-Language Pathology which has provided me with years of training in improving accents by correcting sound production through tactile, visual, and sensory inputs, in non-native speakers of English.
I love to teach, especially to students learning English. My educational and professional background is very diverse which allows me to be very innovative in my teaching methods allowing you to maximize your learning opportunities. Hello,
My name is Humaira. I am lecturer at Nazareth College of Rochester. I teach in an English-language learning program which is developed to teach and further students' English proficiency. My areas of specialty are
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