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College of William & Mary (Government)
As a recent graduate of The College of William & Mary, I stand out in the fact that I have been trained to learn and know processes in which to teach. Having learned how to teach ESL, I wish to use my skills in this area in order to successfully teach in other areas of proficiency. I specifically cater towards one-on-one tutoring, as that was and continues to be my focus in teaching/tutoring. Below are my qualifications.
I Graduated with a Bachelors of Arts:
Government Major: Emphasis on current American and Latin American Government
History Minor: Emphasis in American and European History with a focus in Latin American History.
I am proficient in other areas:
Spanish- 12 years Bi-lingual level Spanish and English. Emphasis in cultural studies and historical studies of Mexico.
Microsoft Office- 11 years of use. Very Strong Knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and OneNote.
Microsoft Windows OS- 2 years of expertise in Windows 7.
I excelled in track & field in high school:
Emphasis in 400m and 800m events.
Fastest times: 53.2 in 400m, 2:02 in 800m.
Current focus of study includes linguistics and philosophy.
As a recent graduate of The College of William & Mary, I stand out in the fact that I have been trained to learn and know processes in which to teach. Having learned how to teach ESL, I wish to use my skills in this area in order to successfully teach in other areas of proficiency. I specifically
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