University of Southern Mississippi (Foreign Language Ed)
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Enrolled)
My name is Jarred and I graduated from Southern Miss. I have taught Spanish at a local high school for two years, and will soon begin my third. I enjoy teaching languages because it provides those who are learning them with a key that unlocks the door to other cultures and countries. I tutored extensively while in college (since 2011) and have continued to do so as a working professional. I enjoy tutoring one-on-one or in small groups more than I do teaching because it is much more effective. I have the opportunity to ensure that the tutee is advancing in the studied language.
I have taken 18 hours of college-level English and have received A's in all the classes that I have taken. I must take only one more class in order to be officially certified to teach English within the state of MS. I am a current ESL/ESOL student now, learning techniques to help those English learners better understand the Spanish language. These qualifications aid me in preparing students for the ACT. Additionally, the ACT English was my strongest subject when preparing for college, in which I scored a 26. The strong understanding that I have in English aids me in writing.
I enjoy having fun with learning and making it interesting for each student. Each student learns differently; I am excited to learn your specific learning style so that you can be successful in a second language, as I.
If you're apprehensive, please contact me with your questions and concerns so that I may help determine which path is best for you. There is no better way to learn a second language than to PRACTICE using it with another speaker! Don't hesitate... email me now! My name is Jarred and I graduated from Southern Miss. I have taught Spanish at a local high school for two years, and will soon begin my third. I enjoy teaching languages because it provides those who are learning them with a key that unlocks the door to other cultures and countries. I tutored extensively while in college (since 2011) and have
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I would love to help you with your college English classes. I had a minor in English in college and it has always been a strength for me. Please let me know how I can assist you.
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