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Community College of Philadelphia (Liberal Arts)
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I am a 33 year old former pre-school teacher who currently works for the University of Pennsylvania (English Language Program). I am a full-time student in the city of Philadelphia focusing on African Diaspora history and the music of the Western Hemisphere. I really enjoy meeting new people and have a passion for assisting those in need of language and vocabulary development. I look forward to hearing from you all.
My studies have given me an opportunity to learn much of what this world has to offer, as I have worked with people from all over the world, and from a variety of cultural backgrounds. My interest in how people communicate are very important to me, as we all continue to move into a world were diversity understanding is important in academic and business practices. My approach to tutoring is pretty simple. I first gauge the age and experience of the student I will be working with, as I have experience working with ages 3 years old through 35 years old. For younger students, I engage in several basic activities that create a dialogue between the student and myself, while using sight words that fight nicely into basic sentences and phrase. For more mature students, I put more emphasis on vocabulary and pronunciation, and handwriting abilities. Hello, and thank you for stopping by my profile.
I am a 33 year old former pre-school teacher who currently works for the University of Pennsylvania (English Language Program). I am a full-time student in the city of
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