san antonio college (English)
I am currently an English major at San Antonio college looking to become a Middle/High School English/US History teacher. I will graduate with my Associate's this upcoming spring and then I will finish out my Bachelor's at Texas A&M San Antonio. As an aspiring teacher I have worked with the organization, Junior Achievement, and have taught planned lessons to students while being able to keep them fully engaged. I chose English and History because they are my personal favorite subjects and I enjoy teaching them with a passion! My number one goal is to not just teach the students, but to allow them to walk away feeling confident about what they have learned. In my opinion it's not that the students don't know the material, but that they don't have confidence to allow what they do know to shine.
These subjects are where I plan to actually teach in the future. I have passed all of my college English classes with high A's. I love reading and writing, they are my current hobbies outside of school!
I feel like I am a good fit for Elementary Common Core because I come up with tutoring techniques that allow the students to connect with what they are learning. They won't just learn, they will also enjoy everything they learn.
What can I say about American History? It is a blast! I love teaching American history! It is not only important for students to learn, but it is also fun to learn! And I will make sure the students walk away enjoying the subject and not just memorizing it.
This is an opportunity for not just you to learn, but for me to gain experience also! Please contact me if you have any further questions. Again, I don't just want you to memorize things, I want you to be able to enjoy them also! I am currently an English major at San Antonio college looking to become a Middle/High School English/US History teacher. I will graduate with my Associate's this upcoming spring and then I will finish out my Bachelor's at Texas A&M
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