The summertime is here!! School has ended for most students. However, just because school has ended doesn’t mean that learning ends. All 4 One Tutoring LLC will have summer tutoring.
For school-aged children, we will align sessions to entering grade Common Core State Standards. We have two research-based curriculums that we will use for sessions. Having learning/tutoring sessions will avoid Summer Slide.
All 4 One Tutoring LLC will also have sessions for adults. Whether you want to learn a language, prepare for the accuplacer, or even the GED exam, we have you covered! Job Postings
We’re seeking a contractual company trainer or trainers who will be responsible for training incoming employees and contractors and conducting trainings throughout the year. We’re seeking someone who will be able to do trainings in Maryland (mainly Baltimore City and County) and someone who will be able to do remote (online) trainings. If you’re able to do both, please state that in your cover letter. If interested, please send us your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
We’re in need of a marketing intern. This internship can be remote or face-to-face. This internship will start unpaid and will become paid after 30 days. Visit our webpage for more details.
I personally think that cursive should be taught in schools, but some schools have eliminated it from their curriculums. One reason I think that schools should teach cursive is for signatures. Now I know that we are in a tech savvy world in which you can use cursive fonts, but there will come a time in which you will have to sign on the dotted line. Being a professor, I have been guilty of strictly writing in manuscript on the boards, but I sometimes switch it up between cursive and manuscript. I have a three year old son, you better believe that he will know how to write in cursive. What are your thoughts?
The following phrases need not be summarily replaced by more concise alternatives, but consider making the switch, especially when you find yourself using various wordy phrases frequently in the same text.
1. a number of: some, many
2. afford an opportunity: allow, let
3. an appreciable number of: many
4. as a means of: to
5. as prescribed by: in, under
6. at the present time: now
7. by means of: by, with
8. comply with: follow
9. due to the fact that: because, due to, since
10. during the period of: during
11. for a period of: for
12. has a requirement for: needs, requires
13. have an adverse effect on: hurt, set back
14. in a timely manner: on time, promptly
15. in accordance with: by, following, per, under
16. in addition: also, besides, too
17. in an effort to: to
18. in close proximity: near
19. in lieu of: instead of
20. in order for: for
21. in order that: so
22. in order to: to
23. in regard to: about, concerning, on
24. in relation to: about, to, with
25. in the amount of: amounting to, for
26. in the event of: if
27. in the near future: shortly, soon
28. in the process of: (omit without replacement)
29. in view of: because, since
30. is applicable to: applies to
31. is authorized to: can, may
32. is in consonance with: agrees with follows
33. is responsible for: handles
34. it is essential that [one]: [one] must
35. it is incumbent upon [one] to: [one] should, [one] must
36. it is requested that you: please
37. pertaining to: about, of, on
38. provide(s) guidance for/to: guides
39. relative to: about, on
40. set forth in: in
41. similar to: like
42. successfully accomplish/complete: accomplish/complete
43. take action to: (omit without replacement)
44. the month (or year) of: (omit without replacement)
45. the use of: (omit without replacement)
46. time period: period, time
47. under the provisions of: under
48. until such time as: until
49. with reference to: about
50. with the exception of: except
A run-on sentence is a common error in writing. First of all, a run-on sentence is two or more independent clauses that run together without proper punctuation.
To correct a run-on sentence, you can make the independent clauses that are running together separate sentences. Make sure you have punctuation. You can also use a comma (,) with a conjunction. The most commonly used conjunctions are and, but, so, or, and yet. Lastly, you can use a semi-colon to correct a run-on sentence. Using these three methods will help you eliminate run-sentences and become a better writer.
Essay writing is apart of every schooled person’s life. Here are some fundamental tips when writing an essay:
1. Outline your essay
Outlining an essay is the most important part of essay development. Decide what suits you best when outlining an essay. Some people use a list to outline their essays, and others use an idea map. This will help you structure your essay.
2. Paragraph development
Make sure you understand what paragraph development means. All paragraphs have a topic sentence, supporting sentences, and a concluding sentence.
3. Write the Introduction
It is important to introduce your topic in the very first paragraph of your essay. Make sure you have three subtopics to support your main topic.
The body of an essay elaborates on the three subtopics stated in the the introduction. The body of an essay is usually three paragraphs.
The conclusion will summarize everything you’ve already mentioned, from the introduction through to the end of your body. It should not be too long. You’ll be restating your topic and attempting to wrap everything up with a few compelling points.
6. Always proof-read
Here you will be reading over the work and analyzing it as closely as possible.
If you want more tips on writing an essay, feel free to comment or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start your school off on the right foot by employing good study habits. We recommend the following tips:
1. Have a good study space
It has been found that having a quiet and controlled study space, helps you produce better. However, others have found that listening to quiet subtle music may be effective also. Explore what makes you comfortable.
2. Know how you learn best
Everyone learns differently. differently. Some people can best recall information that they’ve seen, and others remember things they’ve heard. Take a learning style inventory to learn how you learn best. Here’s a link to one http://www.personal.psu.edu/bxb11/remember things they’ve heard (auditory), while others remember thingsLSI/LSI.htm
3. Use your technology
We are in a society in which smartphones are at your grasps. Set reminders every time you have an important assignment due or you have to work on a project.
4. Seek additional help
If you are lost on a particular assignment, or are not understanding a particular skill, get help. You can attend coach classes, have a peer to help you, or get a tutor. If you decide to seek a tutor, get an All 4 One Tutoring tutor.