Language Arts K-6,
Elementary School Math,
Middle School Math
Music & Drama
Drama & Theater
Elementary Social Studies,
3rd grade SOL,
5th grade SOL,
Elementary Standard Testing,
Middle School SOL,
Private School Entrance,
Other Qualifications, Certifications and Credentials
Been tutoring and translating all my life.
English as a second language
Science Ohio Graduation Test Prep.
Art & Crafts
I've always had a knack for helping friends and family in school. It started when my mom started taking ESL classes and needed someone to check her workbooks and help her write her papers, at 8 years old I was eager to help. A few years later my family members all took their citizenship tests, I'd just won social studies student of the year in middle school, so what better person to help. A few years later in...
I've always had a knack for helping friends and family in school. It started when my mom started taking ESL classes and needed someone to check her workbooks and help her write her papers, at 8 years old I was eager to help. A few years later my family members all took their citizenship tests, I'd just won social studies student of the year in middle school, so what better person to help. A few years later in high school, when my good friend was having trouble passing her math classes and science OGT I stepped in to tutor her a few times a week.
Now that high school is over I miss the work tremendously. I find myself sitting with my friends younger siblings and reading to them or teaching them about primary colors or playing math games and it makes me sad to think I started studying business and accounting rather than teaching.
Never the less, I want to peruse tutoring while I'm in college because I've always done it and I miss it. I love watching kids learn and figuring out the best ways to teach them. I also think it's an important job because from my talks with family abroad, American kids just don't work as hard as kids overseas and that has to change, if they're going to compete in a world market someday.
Besides tutoring: I clean houses, work for a kids entertainment company, make movie, and am a mascot for ACME. References are available upon request.
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