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English Composition

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 with Bonnie Wolfe






short description:
Help for students with difficulty doing all or any aspect of college-level writing.
 
long description:
This help would include, depending on the students' needs, grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, essay organization, punctuation, thesis writing, different types of essays, different forms of library research and
documentation formats, learning to research and document correctly to avoid plagiarism.
I believe I would find it best to write three programs, dividing the needs into (1) basic grammar, sentence structure, paragraphing, punctuation. (2) Writing essays, thesis writing,organization, basically how to write different types of essays. (3) Library Research and
documentation.
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
Most times between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST, seven days a week. With the exception of Saturday,which would be between 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. EST only. I would, of course, not take on too many students per week or day, but my time is flexible enough to give a good choice range.
 
fee comments:
This would be an hourly rate. Suggestions here would be gratefully accepted, as I'm not use to setting my own price.

 
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English Composition

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Help for students with difficulty doing all or any aspect of college-level writing.


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total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: Even adults don't stay on task for more than one hour at a time. My weekend classes are four hours long, so they get a ten minute break each hour.
 










languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 25US$  (250lp)
payment: on satisfaction
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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United States


Bonnie Wolfe



description of :
I was a nurse for 25 years, then went back to school so I could teach. I've been teaching basic writing courses now for 10 years. I teach on the Saint Leo University campus and on line for them, as well.
I love teaching! It is wonderful to see a student's face light up when he or she "gets it." On line they write me to say they were sure they couldn't do this course, but they did, and they are so pleased with themselves. This is wonderful!
I have infinite patience and understanding. I mainly teach adults on line and on weekends at present, but have taught the young ones on campus as well. Young or not, the on-line students are more motivated.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
Bonnie Erwin Wolfe, MA
20456 Trilby Cutoff Rd.

wolfebonnie@yahoo.com
(813)482-6701 (cell phone)
Dade City, FL 33523

Education

Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
M.A., 2000
Concentration in English
Creative Writing, Research

Saint Leo University
Saint Leo, FL 33574
B.A., English, Creative Writing
Magna Cum Laude
Humanities Scholarship
National Honor Society
Grad. 1985 GPA 3.8

Cuyahoga Falls School
Of Practical Nursing
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Grad. 1972 3.9 GPA
Licensed Practical Nurse

Academic References

Roxanne Cullen, Ph.D.
Depart. Head, Lang. & Lit.
Ferris State University
820 Campus Dr. ASC 3080
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2225
(231) 591-2520

Ann Bardens-McClellan, Ph.D.
9635 Chateau
Interlochen, MI 49643
(231) 275-3868
annietom@centurytel.net

Personal Reference

Sister Mary Wilcox, OSB
Sterling House
205 Village Blvd
Tequesta, FL 33460
(561) 743-5256

Employment History

Saint Leo University
P.O. Box 6665
Saint Leo, FL 33574
Supervisor: Mary T. Spoto, Ph.D.
Dean, Depart. of Eng. & Soc. Sci.
Saint Edward Hall, Office 335
(352) 588-8463
mary.spoto@saintleo.edu
Adjunct Faculty – English
Currently Teaching the Fall
& Spring Semesters on campus,
and year around on line.


Kaplan University
6301 Kaplan University Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Supervisor: Lisa Gerardy, Ph.D.
KU Academic Dept. Chair
lgerardy@kaplan.edu
KU Adjunct Faculty,
Distance Learning
May, 2007 to 2009

Ferris State University
901 S. State
Big Rapids, MI 49307
Supervisor: Roxanne Cullen, Ph.D.
Depart. Head, Lang. and Lit.
Office: ASC 3080-A
(231) 591-2520
Adjunct Faculty – English
Dates of Employment: 2003-2004

Ferris State University
901 S. State
Big Rapids, MI 49307
Supervisor: Tracy Webb, Ph.D.
Director, Writing Center
Office: ASC 1017-F
(231) 591-2533
Tutor – Writing Center
Dates of Employment: 2003-2005

 
's preferred teaching style:
I have a plan for that session, of course, and use the whiteboard, PowerPoint programs, etc., and tell the students to ask questions at anytime they have them. I don't mind being interrupted, and they will forget the question if they must wait until the end of the lecture. I ask them questions as well, and ask if there are questions to encourage those shy ones to speak up. If there is more than one student, I plan interactive projects to get them aquainted and help them feel less alone due to the on line format.
I would want no more than five students at one time, and one on one is best. (I've taught on-line classes with 20 or more at once, and it is confusing to us all.) I tell them to be sure and rewrite the question, if they have no microphone, if I have appeared to have missed it, and that I would never knowingly ignore anyone. If there is more than one student, I would have them each introduce themselves and tell us as much or as little as they wish. Adult students have so much to share, that just conversing and discussing is important and helpful to all (including me).
 



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