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East Tennessee State University (Art with Eng minor)
Hello all. I started my tutoring journey in Berea College Writing Center, working mostly with ESL students. I was on call frequently to assist at the walk-in students' impromptu paper writing help desk as well. This experience has proven to be very rewarding, and there is nothing quite like the excitement of seeing students understand the concepts and work towards new ideas and writings skills.
Another challenge I have enjoyed was to proof and edit thesis work in preparation for final submissions for graduation to go with the presentation of master student work in East Tennessee State Slocumb Gallery. I loved seeing what students produced as each semester rolled by. I was an art major myself and minored in English, and my experience both as student and tutor proved invaluable in working with art students.
Writing is a fun and adaptive process that can be tailored to each person's learning style and ability. Incorporating vocabulary and grammar knowledge as well as reading comprehension is a natural extension of the writing process itself. Whenever possible, interest-driven choice of writing and research is a primary way to refine focus for each paper.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about the tutoring process I offer. Hope to meet some of you soon. Thank you! Hello all. I started my tutoring journey in Berea College Writing Center, working mostly with ESL students. I was on call frequently to assist at the walk-in students' impromptu paper writing help desk as well. This experience has proven to
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