of San Diego County, Inc.
To help non-English-speaking adults 18 years or older learn to speak, understand, read, and write English in order to meet their self-identified goals.
Encourage and support the learners by:
Review with the learners any work they have done independently.
Keep records of each learnerís progress.
Complete monthly program reports.
Notify the center director of any change in tutoring schedule.
Place of Work
Libraries, churches, or work sites.
Meetings with learners once or twice a week, for about 2 hours each time.
One to two hours per week preparing lessons.
Length of Commitment
A minimum of nine months.
A 16-hour English as a Second Language workshop series or a combination of mentored tutor supervision and on-the-job training and/or on-line computer based tutor training instruction.
Periodic local, county, or on-line "In-Service" workshops are given.
Be dependable and prompt.
Be able to relate well to a variety of people and appreciate diverse cultures and their richness.
Be willing to maintain the confidentiality of the lessons.
Have good listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
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