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Texas Tech University (French)
I have taught and tutored in the private school and homeschool arena for 8 years. My focus is middle school and high school. I have taught French, Latin, World History and English Grammar. Currently, I am teaching Latin and English Grammar because those seem to be in demand right now.
I have taught from several Latin curriculae; Henle, Latina Christiana, Matin Latin & Latin Grammar I & II, and Cambridge Latin. Henle and Matin Latin/Latin Grammar are the strongest grammar based curriculae. Cambridge Latin is reading based. All are good and bring something different to the table. I will be happy to discuss curriculum choices. Latin is not an especially easy language, but these curriculae succeed in making it very learnable with great student success. Most of my classes met one or two days a week.
I have a BA in French with a minor in English from Texas Tech University. My husband and I have raised and homeschooled 4 children. Our oldest son is an accountant in Houston, the next son is in Dental school in San Antonio, our daughter just graduated from A&M with a nutrition degree, and our youngest son is enrolling in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary school in Austin with the goal of becoming a chef, eventually in his own restaurant. I have taught and tutored in the private school and homeschool arena for 8 years. My focus is middle school and high school. I have taught French, Latin, World … Read more
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