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    Being a Good Tutor

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    Being a Good Tutor Tutoring, you think it is the easiest job that you could have. You think so because of the flexibility of time, and the only thing you need to do is be there on time to help students (Tutees) with the subject that they have difficulty understanding, which you obviously have the full knowledge about because you earned an ‘A’ or ‘B’ in earlier semesters. However, all that you were thinking is definitely wrong. The tutees don’t care how much you know, until they know how much

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    On line tutor

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    U Ottawa Online Tutor The following report is the report you requested on June 14th, 2005. It has proposal in regards to an online tutor database STS Consultant Firm developed to links students in need of academic assistance with potential tutors. Contained within the report is a detailed analysis of how the online tutor database benefits University of Ottawa and its students. In order for University of Ottawa’s School of Management to accept STS Consultant proposal to endorse advertise

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    The Importance of the Tutor in The Flies In Jean -Paul Sarte's play, "The Flies", the main character Orestes manages to lift a curse that has plagued the dwellers of Argos for decades. Both the current king of Argos and Zeus himself are perpetuating this curse for as long as possible for the curse keeps the people subservient and in a state of mourning and terror of their own actions; two things that both the king and Zeus favor in their rule over people. Orestes was actually a resident of Argos

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    Importance of the Tutor in Electra

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    Importance of the Tutor in Electra When delving into a novel, drama or other character-based text, analysts often focus their search around the supposed "major characters" who seem to most directly affect the work. In considering Electra, however, just as valuable as Orestes, Clytemnestra or Electra herself is a somewhat minor character, the Tutor. This attendant of Orestes emerges only three times and is on stage for less than twenty percent of the spoken lines, yet his role in driving the

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    You Should Volunteer to Tutor

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    The need for tutors is overwhelming. Tutors help fill the gap between the teachers and the students. With so many students in each classroom, the teacher can't give each student the one-on-one attention that some students need. This is where tutors come in to play. Tutors have been a key instrument ineducation since as far back as the 1500's (Gordon 9). Tutoring is almost as old as educating children. Tutoring younger students is also still going strong in the twentieth century. Today it is more~important

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    the concept of collaboration between tutors and students. Because of the overarching framework of social constructivism that currently drives theorizing in a multitude of disciplines—e.g., composition, literature, history, sociology, anthropology—it is not surprising that writing center scholars also use this framework to question the kind of knowledge that tutors create in tutorial sessions (see Grimm 1999, Murphy 1995, Carino 1995, Hobson 1994). Are tutors simply replicating the hierarchical paradigms

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    Master Tutor Final Reflective Essay As a master tutor for Art I I have had to interact with many different type of students and artist. I had many successes as well as areas of improvement which I intend to solve. It has been my first year being a master tutor for an art class and I find it is much different than any other subject. In core classes it is easier to provide help to every student because the student knows that there are certain rules you must obey whereas in art, you are free to express

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    dave

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    When it comes to college you have many decisions to make, what school do I go to, what do I want to study, how am I going to pay for it. After those decisions are made you would think that good I don’t have too many more tough decisions to make, and then research papers. You think that this shouldn’t be too bad you know the information fairly well just need supporting facts. You throw a few searches into Google and each time Wikipedia is the first response back. You think to yourself, they came up

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    ESL Tutoring

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    This semester I decided to be an ESL tutor for the International Program and Dr. Azocar. When I first made the decision, I did it solely for the extra money. I figured that a couple of hours once a month or less would be a great way to make some extra money for Christmas time. ESL tutors are paid ten dollars a session, so I figured I would tutor my tutees twice maybe and make forty extra dollars to spend at Christmas time. Once I started to get more involved in the ESL tutoring process, I learned

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    clinical tutoring, I have managed the occasional clinical emergency or child protection issues in a sensitive, calm and respectful manner, while supporting students ' learning and managing supporting them through the aftermath. I sometimes work as a solo tutor or within a team and feel confident to do both. I feel that I make a positive additional contribution to the course, for example, we rotate in teaching blocks so there are several weeks between student contact, which means staff can be unaware of

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