Temple University (English Literature)
Jones International University (Master's)
American College of Education (Master's)
While I was in high school, I used to be a part of an after-school program where I would create newsletters for the community with the rest of the staff. By the time I graduated high school, I was offered an internship at a local newspaper in my neighborhood. I was only there for a little bit of time, but while I was there, I wrote a feature story about a local pastor's brother who was running for President in his country. The internship came to an end because I was accepted to Temple University. I majored in English Literature. While I was there, I was a feature writer for Temple News Newspaper. The theme of the stories revolved around the college life; the challenges of balancing school work and a social life. Every article that I written, I came up with the storyline.
After graduating from Temple University with a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature, I started to work for a tutoring company. I would tutor individual students and help them excel in their Reading and Math skills. Soon I realized that I want to go back to school because I would like to become a Secondary English Language Arts Teacher. I enrolled in graduate school to obtain my Master's Degree as well as my teacher's licensed. Currently I completed all of my student teaching courses and I have to complete my more course before I graduate and apply for my teacher's license. I am also a Substitute Teacher, a comic book editor and an online proofreader. Please consider me to be your tutor. I am dedicated in making sure that you will become a high achiever in Language Arts. While I was in high school, I used to be a part of an after-school program where I would create newsletters for the community with the rest of the staff. By the time I graduated high school, I was offered an internship at a local newspaper in my neighborhood. I was only there for a little bit of time, but while I was there, I wrote a feature
Shannon is awesome, very understanding, so far so good. No complaints! She was 5 mins early which was a plus. My child said she feels comfortable and ready to learn.
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