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belmont university (Journalism)
My name is Emily M. and I recently graduated from Belmont University with a degree in journalism and music business. I currently work as the assistant to the editor at an international music publication. Grammar and literature are my strong suits. A large part of my job is copy editing other writers' work.
Though my education was mostly focused on English, I also heavily studied national and world history, as well as government and politics. I took several AP classes in high school related to these fields. Throughout my high school and college career, I have always helped other students with assignments. Friends often bring me essays, speeches, or other pieces of writing to edit and review before they hand them in.
As a tutor, I would help students by identifying their errors and teaching them the grammar rules behind them. In terms of helping with literature, I would teach students where to look for answers in text passages and how to answer their own questions by using context clues. My approach would be very hands-on, so students would learn as quickly and efficiently as possible. My name is Emily M. and I recently graduated from Belmont University with a degree in journalism and music business. I currently work as the assistant to the … Read more
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