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5)Make the Lesson Relevant
Knowing what issues matter to the student guides the teacher in the preparation of the lesson. Many young people may perceive much of what they need to know as irrele... (read more)
...Since graduation, I have worked in a 5th and 6th grade Learning Support classroom and tutored students in 3rd- 5th grade. One of my majors for my undergraduate was Special Education k-12, mild to moderate. In college, I had experience working with students in Special Ed pull out classrooms and within the General Ed classroom. (read more)
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substitute teacher. I have a math bachelor's degree and am a math teacher. I was two years as a tutor at HACC, including Algebra 2. (read more)
...Many problems that students had while I tutored chemistry for Penn State arose because of students struggles with algebra. All the math covered in the ACT test was used heavily in all my core courses of Chemistry at Penn State. The best method to study for tests like these is to become familiar with the question formatting of the ACT test. (read more)