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Trevecca Nazarene University
To Whom It May Concern:
I have a great interest in tutoring. I look at teaching as an admirable occupation. I have a certificate of TESOL. I want to pursue Teaching English as a Second Language because the world is getting smaller and smaller and the need for English is at times quite pressing. I believe that one day English will be spoken everywhere.
I have taught abroad for three years in South Korea. I had a blast! I met wonderful people, ate delicious food, and gained a deep love for teaching. I have taught in a structured classroom setting co-teaching and alone. I have taught in an English Village setting with immersion and 'everyday-English' being key. While teaching was my main focus I also had the chance to make my own teaching materials (for example: props, games, activities, lesson plans, power-points, and tools). My experience has been wide. I have taught parents, teachers, kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. I have also tutored one on one. I have proofread resumes, papers, speeches, and lesson plans for others. I have also done verbal coaching and speech prep.
I believe that a student of language can go as far in that language as they wish. I am eager to be of service to those who believe the same thing.
Joy To Whom It May Concern:
I have a great interest in tutoring. I look at teaching as an admirable occupation. I have a certificate of TESOL. I want to pursue Teaching English as a Second Language because the world is
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