My name is Sirak, i am interested to meet but my weakness is in writing and vocubolary are you good at writing Prepare lessons suited to the student's requirements. Schedule and carry out customized lessons in english. Plan lessons with achievable goals. Help the student to learn effectively irrespective of their age. Able to work with people of various backgrounds and ethnicities. Must be able to analyze the thought process of the student and...
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I am not an English teacher, but I wanted to be. I started college with dreams due to my experience with my high school English teacher. In college, a professor yelled at me for the content in a persuasive essay. It was a composition class. He said my composition was exemplary, but my content would elicit a response that was too emotional for a reader. He gave me a C. I left his office and changed my major to Sociology. Although I love teaching the subject I teach, there is a gaping hole where English content should be. I find myself purposely seeking interaction with my English content area colleagues. I love assigning readings and papers so that I get to grade as an English teacher would. My advice? Do not allow others to dissuade you from being an English teacher. Do not become a professor who devastates the ambition of an aspiring English teacher. I love what I do, but if I had it to do over again, I would have become an English teacher. Teaching is a gift to your students, their families and yourself. Never lose sight of the privilege and honor it is to be welcomed into the lives of those you teach.
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I was a Chemistry Peer Tutor at the College of Wooster, tutoring general chemistry and organic chemistry. My responsibilities and skills were as follows: - Worked individually with students to improve learning and understanding of general and organic chemistry -Provided students with effective study strategies and time management skills - Honed interpersonal and communication skills and modified tutoring methods to benefit each student s unique needs

It might sound obvious, but make sure you bring your textbooks, class notes, assignments, and anything else that will be useful during your sessions. If you don’t have the materials you need, your tutor will not be able to effectively teach you what you need to know. Save time by having them laid out, organized, and ready to go for your session. If your school utilizes a coursework website, send your tutor the link ahead of time (if possible) so they can see exactly what you’re working on for themselves.
All new applicants to the certificate program who are considering beginning the program with any of the other courses should note the required prerequisites must first be completed. EDUC 40989 Introduction to Teaching Online and EDUC 40990 Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation are required prerequisites for all the other courses throughout the program.
There are different ways you can do this. Perhaps the most popular way is by promoting music videos. The revenue can be heavy with videos using popular music. But getting the licensing agreements from the artists is extremely difficult. A better route might be to promote local talent. These can be small artists who are looking to be promoted. If they have good music, and you can create compelling videos around their songs, you can earn a steady income.
We wanted my daughter to enjoy learning chemistry and to think of her career in chemistry or chemistry-related area. In her first semester of chemistry class, she was doing well and she had confidence in her chemistry. But my daughter was having difficulties in her 2nd semester chemistry class. We could see that she was losing interest in chemistry and about to give it up. We wanted to find someone who can help her re-ignite her interest in chemistry.

Vikram worked with tutor Sandra for 2.5 years. She gave him the confidence to score straight As in math throughout his high school years. Even though at first Sandra was not teaching Precalculus, she was kind enough to take up the subject just for the sake of teaching Vikram. Such personal care and attention is rare to find these days! Thanks to Sandra for the care she showered on Vikram:-)
Based in Chicago, IL, International TEFL Academy is a World leader in TEFL certification for teaching English abroad. We offer internationally accredited TEFL Classes online & in 25 locations worldwide. We certify 5,000 people a year from all walks of life to teach English abroad and our graduates are teaching English in 80 countries across the globe. All ITA students and graduates receive lifetime worldwide Job Search Guidance.
There are a variety of organizations which have set up a volunteer program to help educate students in less fortunate parts of the world. Contact the organization you are interested in and discuss whether there's a match between what they expect from an English teaching volunteer and what you are up for. If you need help finding the right program for you please let us know, we are more than happy to assist you!
The first step in becoming an English teacher is to complete an undergraduate degree. Prospective English teachers should obtain a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree, preferably in English. They will also need to complete a teacher-training program that specializes in English Language Arts. The teacher preparation program will include courses in classroom management, teaching strategies, assessment, and differentiated instruction. Candidates will also participate in student teaching experiences in real classrooms. For those who may have a Bachelor's Degree without a teacher training component, individual programs are available.

...me apart from other tutors is my experience teaching in a variety of academic environments with students from diverse educational and cultural backgrounds. I have developed effective teaching strategies that enable each and every student to achieve academic success. I have successfully taught both gifted students as well as students who have learning disabilities My specialty is science (Biology,Chemistry,Earth Science, Physical Science) but I am comfortable and have experience tutoring and teaching all subjects at...

Far more complex than ‘just reading and writing', teaching language arts to students at the elementary level and beyond requires a host of critical analysis skills, a working knowledge of literary themes as they relate to history and current events, and the ability to analyze and teach the mechanics of spoke, written and aural expression and comprehension. The job does vary in scope and depth between English taught at the elementary and secondary levels; you'll find a typical job description below:
I am recent high school graduate and attend St. Edward's University, making me well knowledgeable of the situations students currently face. I love to help people learn topics well, and not just for passing a test. I am still a child at heart, am fairly well grounded in my life and future plans, and love to help people find help in their various struggles. I am currently a freshman studying for my Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology to be applied towards becoming a therapist. Feel free to check my LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-ramirez-198013b3/ ... View Profile
Far more complex than ‘just reading and writing', teaching language arts to students at the elementary level and beyond requires a host of critical analysis skills, a working knowledge of literary themes as they relate to history and current events, and the ability to analyze and teach the mechanics of spoke, written and aural expression and comprehension. The job does vary in scope and depth between English taught at the elementary and secondary levels; you'll find a typical job description below:
My students do well!  I am a chemical engineer.  I know math and science well.  I have tutored students after work for 12 years.  I know students well.  I work with a student to find the knowledge holes that cause problems.  I explain the missing concept and then explain it again from a second angle.  I work through the problem with the student and watch him do it again.  When we find and correct holes in the student's knowledge base, he is caught up and ready to excel in his class.  He often finds that he doesn't need a tutor any more -- not great for my business model, but definitely my goal. ... View Profile

While most K-12 teachers hold a bachelor’s degree, about 12% hold a master’s degree or other postgraduate degree or certificate.4 Holding a higher-level degree in English, literature, or a related subject may help prospective English teachers become more competitive in the job market. As the majority of post-secondary teachers of English hold a master’s or doctoral degree, pursuing an advanced degree can also open up further job opportunities.
The company provides instructional support to colleges. Online coaches, who are part-time, independent contractors, work with students and faculty, monitoring engagement, grading assignments and facilitating course discussions. Pay is based on a per-student, per-course formula. Master's degree or higher required. Subjects include nursing, education (literacy, reading specialization, special education, bilingual education, educational law, educational administration, and mathematics or science education), mathematics, chemistry, and biology.
Ask your course creators if the system has special tools and functions. Is there a way to simultaneously poll all of the students to gauge their understanding of a topic? Can students type thoughts or questions into a chat or discussion while another student is speaking and save time on the additional verbal back and forth? You don’t want to discover special capabilities halfway through a course!
Just as with live classrooms, you’ll want to know how many students you’ll be teaching, as it will affect the types of lessons and assessments you’ll conduct. For example, short answer or essay tests may be challenging to grade with large classes, but technology can make things like multiple choice exams even easier to grade than in a brick-and-mortar classroom.

Place of employment has a profound effect on the salary that an English teacher earns, as jobs associated with higher education tend to pay more. However, unlike other teaching professions, top-paying employment opportunities for postsecondary English teachers are not found at colleges, universities and professional schools, but instead at junior colleges, where professors earned an annual mean wage of $69,110 compared to the $68,580 earned at colleges and universities in 2014.


Fiverr is a huge freelance services marketplace where you can offer practically any online service. It started with folks doing gigs for just $5, hence the name, but you are no longer restricted to charging just $5 per job. You start by listing your Gigs, which you fit into one of their many categories, and immediately can start selling. The categories include everything from Graphics & Design to Writing to Video to Music to Programming. It really spans the spectrum.

Depending on the program you’re working with and the system they have in place, you may have resources available to you for adapting your in-classroom material to an online environment. You may be asked to divide what you’d normally teach in daily hour-long classes into 10 or 12 1.5-hour live sessions with about 20 minutes of “asynchronous” material (i.e., learning materials your students engage with on their own time, like homework).  
I am not an English teacher, but I wanted to be. I started college with dreams due to my experience with my high school English teacher. In college, a professor yelled at me for the content in a persuasive essay. It was a composition class. He said my composition was exemplary, but my content would elicit a response that was too emotional for a reader. He gave me a C. I left his office and changed my major to Sociology. Although I love teaching the subject I teach, there is a gaping hole where English content should be. I find myself purposely seeking interaction with my English content area colleagues. I love assigning readings and papers so that I get to grade as an English teacher would. My advice? Do not allow others to dissuade you from being an English teacher. Do not become a professor who devastates the ambition of an aspiring English teacher. I love what I do, but if I had it to do over again, I would have become an English teacher. Teaching is a gift to your students, their families and yourself. Never lose sight of the privilege and honor it is to be welcomed into the lives of those you teach.

I'm looking for a teacher that can teach me on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 06:00 PM - 09: PM Use diversified tutoring methods to ensure student's engagement. Assist the student in reaching their learning goals by guiding them in their study. Customize lesson plans according to requirements of the student. Create a syllabus with definite goals. Critically identify suitable learning paths for the student. Must be energetic and willing to work with...
Parents typically wish to book many months of lessons upfront. Though you set your own availability and schedule, teachers with consistent availability to teach in the same time slots week to week for several months will get the most bookings. This is based on the parents’ preference for the same teacher to instruct their child for the duration of their 5 month course. If teachers continue to be available thereafter, some parents may even wish to book him or her for an additional 5 months for their child’s second course. We offer supplemental fees for repeat bookings, usually a fee of $1.00 per hour ($.50 per class) when you teach the same student each week.
Without good English-language skills, students can’t succeed in English class, or any of their other classes. If you’re thinking of becoming an English teacher, you’ll find opportunities to teach all kinds of literary genres, including classic literary texts, creative nonfiction, contemporary fiction, film and web-based media. One week you may engage your students in a Shakespearean play and the next you might instruct them on argumentative essay writing.
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Online teaching requires special considerations. You may find that much of what you’re used to telling students verbally now needs to be translated into text. You’ll also want to know what technology options are available to make sure you’re taking advantage of your options: Are timed quizzes available? Does your learning management system (LMS) allow links to YouTube? Can students video themselves answering discussion questions, or does their homework have to be written? Beyond knowing the ins and outs of the LMS you'll be using, here are some ways to ensure a successful adaption of your curriculum:  
I am Ph. D in organic chemistry from University of Houston and currently I am faculty at Houston Community College (HCC) and Lone Star College. I also teach chemistry for MCAT and PCAT exams. I have 10 years teaching experience in chemistry, physics and Math and I really enjoy to teach and I would be happy to help student to understand their course deeply.
I was a Chemistry Peer Tutor at the College of Wooster, tutoring general chemistry and organic chemistry. My responsibilities and skills were as follows: - Worked individually with students to improve learning and understanding of general and organic chemistry -Provided students with effective study strategies and time management skills - Honed interpersonal and communication skills and modified tutoring methods to benefit each student s unique needs
Fay — I have a few posts up that list ways to get fast cash, but if you’re looking for bill money, those might not help much because the things I listed there are mostly good for gas money, pizza money, etc. Just a little extra. I know that with the phone positions there’s often a few weeks or more worth of wait time while you’re getting a background check done, training, and so forth. The sales positions (things like Helios, which has actually received negative feedback lately from some of my readers) could probably have you up and working and making money quickly. I do have a post on this blog covering Helios. But not everyone likes sales, so that may not be the route you’d want to take.
Linda Sinclair (Julianne Moore) is a high school English teacher in the small town of Kingston, Pennsylvania. She is passionate about her subject and popular with her students, but lives alone in simple circumstances. Cursed with a hopeless romantic soul, she lives in a world of men unable to match her impossible standards. When her former star pupil Jason Sherwood (Michael Angarano) returns from New York, crushed and insecure after failing to succeed as a playwright, Linda convinces him to produce his play at the school, as the play is far too good to never reach a stage. Jason's overbearing father, Dr. Tom Sherwood (Greg Kinnear), pressures him to attend law school instead, which he finally relents to lest his ulcer be the end of him with no other prospects in sight. Complications arise after Linda and Jason, in a moment of impulsive creative madness, have a sexual encounter on her classroom desk. Various jealousies and rumours ensue, affecting her and everyone around her including the production of Jason's play. When the school heads are confronted with proof of her indiscretion with a former student, Linda is fired on the spot. Embarrassed and in erratic egress from the situation, Linda storms off, gets into a minor car collision, and ends up at an A&E where she's attended to by no other than Dr. Tom Sherwood. When she is moved by his gracious manner after having been mean to him on a previous occasion, she guiltily admits to having had sex with his son.
Recommendation: Bobby Hoyt, an avid digital marketer and blogger, started offering a Facebook ads management service to local businesses in his area, and eventually turned that operation into a sizable income for himself (more than his previous full time job as a band director). He recently launched his own FB Side Hustle Course that teaches others how to do the same.

About me: I'm a graduate at Athabasca University in the University Certificate of Advanced Accounting Program. I was an international student and when I was blessed with some indigenous awards during Fall. As a graduate of Athabasca University, I am able to defend the knowledge I acquired anywhere. The studies were challenging and that was what made it more interesting. I was able challenge some courses to earn more credit points and am capable of backing up my practical knowledge any where I find myself, that is why I find it very necessary and helpful to share my anywhere and in anyway :) Experience: I am very versed in Business in the area ... View Profile


“Robin was extremely concerned with student learning and wanted to make sure that we understood what she was going over. She also made sure to point out things that could possibly trick us so that we could pay particular attention to them. She reiterated what was said in class and worked out examples so that we could apply it to our practice problems and exam questions.” – Rachel F., UCLA
In-person tutoring is still a popular choice for many but it may not be the best way to help your child improve their math skills. In fact, recent shifts show more parents are moving to online tutoring and corresponding apps for their children’s math needs. This is in part due to the convenience, accessibility and technology these programs provide, as well as intangible benefits that make math an easier experience for the whole family. 
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