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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Applied Linguistics)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (Master's)
My passion in life is learning foreign languages and encouraging others to do the same whether it is through classroom study, study abroad, or even an interest in a another culture. I enjoy helping people with their foreign language study and can also assist in study techniques that apply to foreign languages and beyond.
I am currently a second year grad student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the field of Applied English Linguistics with TESOL certification. I worked as a Japanese tutor during my last year as an undergraduate and as an ESL tutor my first year of graduate school. I understand everyone learns differently and am willing to find out what works best with each person to make language learning a fun experience. My passion in life is learning foreign languages and encouraging others to do the same whether it is through classroom study, study abroad, or even an interest in a another culture. I enjoy helping people with their foreign language study and can also assist in study
My 15 year old granddaughter has been taking Japanese from Katie. My granddaughter totally enjoys her time with Katie. Katie is a very efficient and patient tutor. Thank you Katie!
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