Prof. Thomas T.
Masters in Tesol · specializes in Writing, Speaking · 51-60 years old male
"Student input is sought on all aspects of the test. Expectations are related to the background and learning style of the student. The pace and progress of mastering the material and language are continually monitored. Reading aloud demonstrates comprehension, engagement and level of proficiency. Subject matter is discussed and the student's attitude toward it. Notes listening to a lecture are compared to the transcript. High-scoring essays are copied longhand and commented upon. Speaking tasks become more fluent when past topics and events are re-visited. Positive reinforcement results from flexible lesson plans."
|fee:||$25 (for 60 min)|
|years of tutoring:||10 and more|
|students tutored:||100 and more|
|travel distance:||5 miles|
|meeting type:||in-person (not online)|
|member for:||8 years and 10 months|
|references:||Modern Language Institute, LIU Brooklyn English Language Institute, Hunter College Borough of Manhattan Community College|
Education and Qualifications
|school:||Long Island University|
TESOL education stresses the importance of total focus on the student. Each person learns differently; respect for the individuality of the student is the beginning of a relationship. Subjects covered and the pace of learning are decided totally by the student, which is much more empowering than a class.
New York, NY 10011
full address is on file
|Elementary & Junior High School|
|English as 2nd Language||ESL|
|ACT English||ACT Reading|
|SAT Reading||SAT Writing|