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Naples, FL

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Mark G. is available for online lessons worldwide at any time, day or night! He is also available in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for in-home and in-studio lessons. Mark has been studying languages for over 25 years and has been teaching English and Spanish as a second language for over 11 years, and has been teaching Mandarin for four years! Mark has taught English in Costa Rica, Peru, and China, and has had online students from the Phillipines, Viet Nam, and Brazil! While in Perú, working as a Peace Corps Volunteer, a local news channel interviewed Mark during one of his Surfing English classes
for impoverished youth. Mark teaches all age levels and all experience levels including beginner, intermediate and advanced. His greatest accomplishment as a teacher so far was to help a student study for and pass his U.S. Citizenship Test!

Mark received a bachelor’s degree in Finance as well as an International MBA, both with multiple scholarships from the University of South Carolina - Darla Moore School of Business. With minors in both Spanish and Mandarin, Mark has lived for four years in Latin America, and one full year in Beijing, China. He recently received a 150-hour TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Langugaes) certification from Arizone State University. Mark also taught a Spanish immersion class to 4th graders for two months earlier this year.

Although trained in standard teaching methods, Mark has developed his own method of teaching to positively enhance the student’s strengths, while simultaneously identifying and improving their weaknesses. His goal as a teacher is specifically designed to help you achieve your goals! Mark adapts his teaching style to best fit each new student as well as adapting to their scheduling needs whenever possible.

Mark is also an E-RYT 200-Hour certified yoga teacher and brings the peace, harmony, and patience from yoga into his classroom setting. This helps students to let go of the fear of making mistakes and simply be themselves and flourish!

Please feel free to reach out ask me any questions you may have :)
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Michael May 20, 2018
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Maresa G. January 7, 2018
· Spanish · In studio
Mark is a very patient instructor. I learned a lot
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Eva S. December 29, 2017
· Spanish · In studio
Mark is a great teacher who personalizes each lesson!
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About Jiawan B.

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East Lansing, MI

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Hi there! This is Jiawan, and I'm here to help you achieve your goal.

A little about me. I was born and raised in Beijing, both my parents are professors. I went to Japan for high school, after that, England. I spent almost five years there, got my Bachelor's and Master's degree. After severn years of living oversea, I went back home in 2010 and worked in a film/animation company for several years. In 2014, I came to the States, finished another Master program at University of Miami. After graduated from UM, I moved to Michigan to live with my boyfriend. Last summer, we just got married. Ri
ght now, I’m working as s freelancer for a LA based indie film company. In my spare time, I also write my own stories and scripts.

A little about my Chinese lesson. I started to teach Chinese (both simplified and traditional) as a part-time job since 2007, so I'm pretty confident on it. Student of all ages and levels are welcomed. One thing I would like to point out is unless you have required textbook, I tend not to use any existing learning materials as they always turn out rather boring and disappointing and so out of date. The first session will just be we get to know each other and discuss your goal (and it will be free), then I will design each session and make materials by myself.

A little about my Math lesson. I don't believe that Asian people are better at Math, but I do agree that we have some unique ways to master basic Math, which may make Math easier for grade school student.

A little about my writing lesson. As an international student, I graduated from my bachelor's program with a GPA 3.5, my first master's program with a GPA 3.8, and my second master's program with a GPA 4.0. Academic writing can be tricky, especially for those international students who do not have any experience before. I will show you the rules of academic writing, and you will find out that you don't need a perfect English to get an A for your essay.

A little about my college admissions lesson. To apply for a program is to make yourself different from other candidates and suitable for the program. I did my undergraduate and postgraduate application all by myself, and got accepted by my first choice school. With a little bit luck, let's knock your dream school's door open together.

A little about my IELTS prep class. IELTS is a language level test for non-native English speakers, so to get a higher score, a good foundation is necessary. Also, you need test taking skills and proper trainings to master it. That is why I'm here to help.

Thanks for reading this. If there's anything I could help, please don't hesitate to contact me. Have a nice day!
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Thank you so much for the great job tutoring!
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Parkville, MD

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Billy, retired military, USF graduate love helping kids....HUGE history buff and baseball fan
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I have taught English for a few years now to students of all ages. I have helped people of all ages and of all levels. Many of my students have passed the United States Citizenship Test as a result of our work together. I look forward to helping you!
Hablo español / Je parle Français
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East Lansing, MI
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I am looking forward to meeting you!
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