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I offer highly individualized tutoring services that take account of each student's strengths, areas for improvement, and interests. I am an English tutor and editor with a Master's degree. I coach the student in both the theory and practice of writing and engage in substantive discussions of literature and other reading material, encouraging the student to think first and write second.
Depending on student need, the focus may be on the process of writing (outlining, brainstorming, rough draft, feedback and editing); mechanics; or structure, clarity and flow. I also offer editing services for high school and college students who need assistance structuring and refining term papers and theses. I offer highly individualized tutoring services that take account of each student's strengths, areas for improvement, and interests. I am an English tutor and editor with a Master's degree. I coach the student in both the theory and
Rate reductions: $25 per student per hour for groups of 3 or more $40 per hour for sessions of 2 hours or more
My daughter is taking English literature AP class and Michelle has been very helpful. She is very patient and easy to reach. Every time when we text or call her, she responds immediately. My daughter's writing skill improves a lot, so I am asking her to help my son too.
Michelle helped me to see my application essay from the eyes of the admissions committee and helped me improve it.
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I have an MFA degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, where I taught undergraduate writing courses and tutored both undergraduate and graduate students, including ESL students.
I have been writing and editing for over 25 years. I've edited academic papers, business materials, marketing and outreach materials, and online content.
I have a master's degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, where I taught college-level courses for approximately three years. I taught composition, reading and writing literature, and creative writing courses. I also tutored undergraduate and graduate students in writing.
I have proofread and edited a wide variety of materials in both volunteer and paid capacities for over 25 years, including academic papers for undergraduate and graduate students, academic papers for submission to journals, high school papers, informational and marketing materials, and online materials.
I have worked with many K-12 students on both beginning and critical reading skills. I work with elementary students to improve their phonics/sound decoding, increase sight word recognition, and improve comprehension. In most cases, I will also incorporate writing into the lessons to reinforce the skills needed for reading. For older students, the focus is on developing critical reading skills such as summarizing texts, analyzing structure, identifying important details, and understanding literary devices.
I worked in the developmental disabilities field for over 17 years. During much of that time I worked one-on-one with people who had many different kinds of learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities and other developmental disabilities. I also received training in how to work with individuals with disabilities throughout my career.
For elementary and middle school students, I use vocabulary lists developed by reading professionals. The lists are based on words that typically show up in challenging texts for different grade levels. For high school students, the focus is more on understanding root words, prefixes and suffixes, and/or advanced vocabulary they encounter in their reading and test preparation.
I have a master's degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, where I taught Composition, Reading and Writing Literature, and Creative Writing for approximately three years. I also tutored undergraduate and graduate students in writing, including ESL students.
I have had several short stories published in literary magazines and have written a wide variety of informational and outreach materials for educational institutions, nonprofits, and businesses.