Johan.
I graduated me at Pedro Ruiz Gallo University in the carreer of historical social sciences. Currently, I am teacher in two colleges. I teach un secondary school the courses of history, geography, philosophy, economic and religion. I would like to teach in University but i should finish the magister's my estudies. The two colleges's names are salesiano school and Innovadores Vanguardia school and teach private lessons to students in their domicilies. Thank you
Feb 12, 2021 3:50 AM
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I graduated from Pedro Ruiz Gallo University with a degree in historical social sciences. Currently, I am teacher at two colleges. I teach at a secondary school the courses of history, geography, philosophy, economics, and religion. I would like to teach at a university, but I should finish mastering my studies. The two colleges' names are Salesiano School and Innovadores Vanguardia School and I also teach private lessons to students in their homes. Thank you
This is great! Just a few comments: 1. Some clarification on types of schools: “secondary school” (or “high school” in American English) typically refers to grades 9-12. “College” or “university” refer to higher education, after grades 9-12. 2. “I teach at a secondary school the courses of...” is okay, but “I teach history, geography, philosophy, economics, and religion at a secondary school” is more common :) 3. colleges’ <= when the noun is plural and ends in “s”, you should just add ‘ and not ‘s. That is a tricky one 3. “School” and “university” should be capitalized when part of a name Hope this helps!
Feb 12, 2021 4:45 AM
I graduated from Pedro Ruiz Gallo University with a degree in historical social sciences. Currently, I am teacher in two colleges. I teach history, geography, philosophy, economic and religion at a secondary school (Did you mean “high school”?) I would like to teach at a university but would need to finish my master’s first. The two colleges' names are Salesiano school and Innovadores Vanguardia school. I give private lessons to students in their homes. Thank you
Feb 12, 2021 4:29 AM
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Johan.
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English, Spanish
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