Just starting out as a tutor? Want to provide ESL Tutoring, but feel a bit unsure of how to make your first Tutoring job a success? Read on for tips on providing help for those studying English as a Second Language.
Begin each Tutoring job by getting to know your student. Those who come to you for ESL Tutoring will come from a variety of different backgrounds. Some will be children whose parents want them to be proficient in English as well as their native tongue. Others will be immigrants and refugees seeking to learn English to help them further themselves in the United States both educationally and professionally. Some will be seeking citizenship while others may be attending college in the United States, but ultimately planning to return to their homelands. Having a good understanding of your students' backgrounds and goals will help you tailor your Tutoring plan to their individual needs.
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