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Sophelia

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I am a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary. I received my Master's of Arts degree in Theology/Ministry; a double major. I am also a graduate of College of Biblical Studies. I received my Bachelor of Science degree in theology. I am currently a PhD student at Walden University with a focus on Human and Social Services/Nonprofit Admin. While I have tutored in a broad arrange of subjects including English, Reading and History, I am most passionate about Essay Writing and Public Speaking. I would describe my teaching philosophy and tutoring style as creative. For example, I design my tutoring sessions with the client's academic goals as a focal point. In other words, each tutoring session is unique just as each student is unique. I am a firm advocate of higher education, however, I believe that the learning process can be both challenging and rewarding. In my spare time, I enjoy gardening, music, writing poetry, swimming, and of course spending quality time with family and friends. I look forward to assisting you with your academic journey.

Sophelia’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: College of Biblical Studies-Houston - Bachelors, Theology

Graduate Degree: FullerTheological Seminary - Masters, Theology/Ministry

Hobbies

Gardning, painting, reading, writing, and poetry writing

Tutoring Subjects

AP English Language and Composition

Elementary School Reading

Elementary School Writing

English

English Grammar and Syntax

ESL/ELL

Essay Editing

High School English

Middle School Reading

Middle School Reading Comprehension

Middle School Writing

Public Speaking

Writing


Q & A

What is your teaching philosophy?

The technique that I use to ensure that the student understands the material is for the student to roll play. In short, I ask the student to play back what they heard. Reflective listening is a great learning tool to gauge where the student is in their academic process. Also, I will ask the student to practice their newly acquired knowledge, during our tutorial session. Practice and repetition are the mother of learning.