University of Lagos, Nigeria (Mass Communication,)
University of Lagos, Nigeria (Master's)
I have a two-and-half decades of teaching experience; more so, taught at all levels of education from Elementary to College. Interestingly, I taught same subjects, to different levels; these subjects include, but not limited to: English (Grammar, Writing, Composition, Morphology, Syntax, Phonetics).Other teaching subjects are : History, Political Science, Poetry, Literature, and Cultural Anthropology.
I enjoy teaching and love impacting knowledge into others, three invaluable overlapping tools have been very helpful to my successful teaching career; they are: academic qualifications, experience, and teaching personality. Each tool plays a prominent role in teaching career, however, teaching steam will be lost, when one of these tools is missing. These tools, I promise to bring to bear, once on your team.
I have approval for the following subjects: English, Grammar, European History, Government and Politics, Grammar, Proof Reading, Spelling, and Vocabulary. I have a two-and-half decades of teaching experience; more so, taught at all levels of education from Elementary to College. Interestingly, I taught same subjects, to different levels; these subjects include, but not limited to: English (… Read more
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I have taught Government and Politics for decades; more important, I studied Mass Communication with Government and Politics as minor in the College. Member of several professional and academic organizations with relevance to Government and Politics.
I help student with spelling difficulties in three major ways: 1) Through word recognition, 2) word creation and formation, and 3) Sentence creation.