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York College of Pennsylvania (Secondary Education)
I started gaining practical teaching experience as a martial artist in high school, which ultimately encouraged me to major in English Education. Four years later, I graduated college with a dual degree in Professional Writing and in Secondary Education. But rather than take the route of teaching in a standard classroom, I opted to gain practical experience by writing for both online and print-based publications.
My return to teaching happened in a dance classroom, and that is where I am currently exercising my teaching chops. My experience with teaching dance has afforded me the opportunity to work one-on-one with students via private lesson as well as hone my public speaking experience by teaching dance classes to groups as large as 60 students.
I went to school for English Education, which gives me the base experience I need in terms of instruction. However, it is my practical experience in writing for both print and online publications as well as my experience teaching large groups of people that gives me the ability to tutor you in the avenues of English, Vocabulary, Writing, and Public Speaking.
I'm interested in helping you grow and get better within the realm of English and public speaking. I look forward to working with you! I started gaining practical teaching experience as a martial artist in high school, which ultimately encouraged me to major in English Education. Four years later, I graduated college with a dual degree in Professional Writing and in
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