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Misericordia University (English)
Hello! I am certified in the state of Pennsylvania to teach English language arts in grades 7-12. My strong suits in English are comprehension (I love Shakespeare), writing, grammar, and vocabulary. I also have a lot of experience with tutoring math. Math has always been a good subject area for me, and I tutored calculus at my college. I also tutored a family member to help prepare for her SAT and her teaching certification test.
Teaching has always been a passion of mine, and I find that many students are able to thrive with a little bit of personal instruction. I strive to help every student succeed and flourish.
I have a very good understanding of the principles and formulas involved in math. I use tactile objects to help students understand concepts such as fraction. I also tutored calculus at a college level.
I hold an official certification to teach English in grades 7-12. All of my classroom experience was completed in English language arts. I am an aspiring writer and have written an excessive amount of research papers and creative pieces.
I have a great time teaching and am always just interested to see that my students walk away with a better understanding of the material and more confidence in themselves. Hello! I am certified in the state of Pennsylvania to teach English language arts in grades 7-12. My strong suits in English are comprehension (I love Shakespeare), writing,
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