Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez Campus (Criminology)
Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez Campus (Master's)
I'm 30 years old. My first experience with an English class was back in 2004. I was very young, but very patient (still am) and I've always felt willing to help others. I participated under a government program called WIA, that helped unemployed individuals from 18 years old and above to keep learning as they received economical help. I got to help drop out students to believe in returning to school with my Conversational English Course; 55 year old people learned and enjoyed speaking out loud without any fear of being mocked or bullied. I've come to realize, after all those years, that as I tutored and taught others to love English I loved how easy they broke out of their insecurities once trust and communication flew naturally.
In 2011, I tutored for the Department of Education through Braxton Company for Summer Courses at Hormigueros. I tutored 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders. I am currently a graduate student and I am an Assistant Professor for two different English Professors (Dr. Gelpí and Sr. Nazario) at the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Campus.
My first language is SPANISH and my second language is ENGLISH. Nevertheless, my languages skills and ability to communicate fluently in both languages will guarantee a tighter communication with any student. I am used to giving speeches and speaking in front of many people. I can assure that if you need help with speaking, presentations for school, or even Business' presentations you just need to let me know and I will prepare you like a PRO.
I wasn't always a Criminologist. I started preparing myself to become an English teacher as a second language. I have a vast knowledge on Literature, so bring on your Shakespeare, or your Beowulf and I will help you better understand the archaic language of the days.
ENGLISH OR SPANISH??? I am the tutor to look for! So come on, stop feeling insecure. Learning can be fun and rewarding. You will never know unless you try it. I'm 30 years old. My first experience with an English class was back in 2004. I was very young, but very patient (still am) and I've always felt willing to help others. I participated under a government program called WIA, that helped unemployed individuals from 18 years old and above to keep learning as they received economical help. I got to
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