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St. Bonaventure University (Journalism Mass Comm)
Hello! My name is Natalie. I am a university graduate with a degree in journalism/mass communications, minors in English and French.
I currently tutor elementary-school aged children, but have also worked with adults and high-school/college students in the past.
I like to bring different learning methods to tutoring sessions, to figure out which ones work the best for clients, as we all learn in different ways.
I try to be flexible with my schedule, but I do require a 24-hour window of cancellation. A make-up session can be scheduled, providing it fits in the schedule!
My background has given me many opportunities to work with writing and grammar, and I have edited/proofread reference books and handbooks in the past, as well as manuscripts, speeches and short stories.
I have worked with both adults and children in improving varying facets of the English language. I have previous experience with the following areas of study:
Writing, editing, vocabulary, grammar, reading/literacy skills for adults.
Letter recognition, phonics, reading/literacy, writing, vocabulary and spelling, simple math skills (number recognition and order, addition, subtraction, word problems) for children.
I'd be happy to schedule lessons with clients and students who feel that they will benefit from my experience! Please feel free to contact me to learn a little more about what I do or to schedule a lesson. Hello! My name is Natalie. I am a university graduate with a degree in journalism/mass communications, minors in English and French.
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