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Wright State University (TESOL English)
Wright State University (Master's)
I am currently pursuing my master's of TESOL at Wright State University. I've done 3 different teaching internships to Japan and also taught English in Korea. I assist students with their Technical Writing on campus and also tutor ESL students. I have also tutored beginning and intermediate Japanese during my undergraduate time at Wright State.
I love tutoring because it allows for lessons that are better focused on student needs. I enjoy seeing students improve their grasp on a language and grow more confident. I also enjoy the interpersonal relationships that tutoring cultivates compared to a classroom.
I have obtained a Bachelor's in TESOL English at Wright State University. I've also taught English in Japan for two years and Korea for 6 months. I currently work as a technical writing tutor where I help native and non-native speakers with their papers and proposals. I also created a lesson plan and taught Japanese ambassadors through the Wright State University International Office.
I have lived in Japan for a total of three years. My Japanese studies began as a rotary exchange student in high school. Since then, I have worked as a Japanese tutor through Wright State University Tutoring services. I have worked as a translator for Wright State University International Office. I will be obtaining JLPT N1 certification this December.
I can guarantee you will find me a great tutor and an academic friend. :) I am currently pursuing my master's of TESOL at Wright State University. I've done 3 different teaching internships to Japan and also taught English in Korea. I assist students with their Technical Writing on campus and also tutor … Read more
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