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Colorado State University (Master's)
I am a certified licensed English teacher for the state of Texas. My MA is directed toward ESL, but the degree says English. I have substitute taught K-12 for various school districts through my 30 years of experience, and I have taught a semester in a junior high in Reading. I am also fluent in Spanish and have my BA in Spanish.
MY goal is to be a full-time teacher one day when I find that job. Until that time, I remain a substitute, associate teacher of HISD K-12. I am very experienced in working with students and their parents. I enjoy working in a team, and I am friendly, but strict as well. It is my aspiration to bring children up to the level of their peers in their grade level and to go even beyond this in order that the child may obtain a diploma from high school, as well as a degree in the university. I am available on Saturday mornings or in the afternoons on Saturdays.
I am qualified due to my years of associate teaching and reading the latest methods in the school curriculum. I have raised my own children and have helped them in their math as well, and my youngest attends the university and is studying to be an Economist, which requires lots of math.
I have my MA in English with a 3.81 GPA from Colorado State University in the TESOL program. I speak four languages and thus understand the difficulties in learning a second language, but I also know all of the techniques of teaching in this area.
I have my BA in Spanish from the University of Houston, and have spoken Spanish for over 36 years. I am able to explain syntax well and have the ability to help students struggling to learn this language. I am a certified licensed English teacher for the state of Texas. My MA is directed toward ESL, but the degree says English. I have substitute taught K-12 for various school districts through my 30 years of experience, and I have taught a
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