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WLE TUTORING

FALL 2018 TUTORING HOURS

Please note the last tutoring sessions for Fall 2018 will be offered Monday, December 3rd 2018



MONDAY

TUESDAY  

WEDNESDAY  

THURSDAY
CHINESE
10am-1pm
10am-1pm
10am-2pm
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FRENCH I & II

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9am-2pm
12pm-5pm
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GERMAN
10am-3pm
12-5pm

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ITALIAN
9am-1pm, 2:30-3:30pm
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-
10am-1pm, 2:30-4:30pm
JAPANESE
9am-1pm, 4-5pm
9am-1pm, 4-5pm
9am-1pm, 4-5pm
9am-1pm, 4-5pm
LINGUISTICS
9am-5pm
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-
9am-4pm
RUSSIAN I & II
12pm-5pm
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-
9am-2pm
SPANISH
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm

 

LOCATION: WLE Language Lab, Cooper Hall (CPR) 467

For more information, please call 813-974-3748.

***WALK-INS are encouraged * Come prepared with questions***

If you are interested in working as a language tutor, please fill out this application.  
Please note that an application will need to be submitted for each semester.



MEET YOUR TUTORS

 


Jining Han
Current Second Language Acquisition
and Instructional Technology (SLA/IT)
Ph.D. Student



Jining Han (Chinese): Jining is a native Chinese speaker. He received his M.A. in East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Arizona State University. He is currently a Ph.D. student of Second Language Acquisition and Instructional Technology (SLA/IT). His research interests include writing strategies and skills for learners of Chinese, developing E-learning materials, and applying multimedia techniques to instruct students’ learning of L2.







Sakurako Hiroike
Current Applied Linguistics
M.A. Student



Sakurako Hiroike (Japanese): Sakurako is a native Japanese speaker. She is currently a M.A. student of Applied Linguistics, and currently teaching Japanese class as well as tutoring at language lab. She is looking forward to seeing and sharing her knowledge with her students.









Meagan Iamartino
Current Applied Linguistics
and Teaching English as a Second
Language (TESL) M.A. Student



Meagan Iamartino (Italian, Linguistics): Meagan received her Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Florida in May 2018. She is currently a graduate student of Applied Linguistics and Teaching English as a Second Language. She has studied Italian all through her undergrad and hopes to teach English in Italy one day. She is looking forward to working with students of Italian and Linguistics.








Chizuru Imase
Current Applied Linguistics
M.A. Student



Hi! My name is Chizuru Imase (Japanese), and I am currently pursuing my M.A. degree in Applied Linguistics. I was born and raised in Japan, and taught Japanese language in Washington state for two years. I enjoy meeting people from different cultures and learning new languages myself. I am looking forward to getting to know students who are interested in my culture and language. I hope I can help people with learning Japanese as a second language







Dacota Liska
Current Applied Linguistics
M.A. Student



Dacota Liska (Spanish): Dacota obtained her B.A. in Spanish Translation from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is currently pursuing her M.A. in Applied Linguistics at USF. She has lived abroad in the Netherlands and regularly travels to experience the different cultures and languages of the world. She hopes to pursue linguistic research after completing her M.A. with a focus on second language acquisition in children. When she isn’t studying or in the language lab, she can be found exploring Tampa with her family, writing, reading or trying a new workout!






Bianca Pinkerton
Current Applied Linguistics
M.A. Student



Bianca is a heritage Spanish speaker of Panamanian-American descent.  She earned her B.A. in Linguistics from the University of Georgia and is currently an M.A. student in the Applied Linguistics program.  Her research areas of interest currently include language assessment, curriculum design/development, and language planning & policy. 








Jennifer Rives
Current Applied Linguistics
and Teaching English as a Second
Language (TESL) M.A. Student



Jennifer Rives (Spanish): Jennifer is a master's student in the Applied Linguistics & Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language program. She received her BA in Psychology with a minor in Mandarin Chinese from USF in 2015. After getting her BA degree, she spent two years teaching English in China and Thailand. Jennifer speaks Spanish as a second language and has studied the language for more than 8 years. This will be her second semester tutoring Spanish in the WLE tutoring lab, and she is very excited to work with everyone! 







Elizabeth Sanchez
Current Applied Linguistics
and Teaching English as a Second
Language (TESL) M.A. Student



Elizabeth Sanchez (Spanish/French): A Florida native, Elizabeth is a heritage speaker of Spanish and learner of French. She acquired Spanish at home with her family and learned French at school with peers and teachers. She loves traveling, having tasty vegetarian food, and learning about other cultures and languages! She has a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of North Florida and is a current M.A. Applied Linguistics:TESOL student. Her main interests are in sociolinguistics and multilingualism. As a language learner herself, she enjoys teaching and tutoring others. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring new places, reading, watching documentaries and cooking.






Nelson Santiago
Current Applied Linguistics
and Teaching English as a Second
Language (TESL) M.A. Student



Nelson Santiago (Spanish/Linguistics/Russian): Nelson is a native Spanish speaker. He received his B.A. in World Languages and Cultures with a concentration in Applied Linguistics at USF, where he is currently student pursuing an M.A. in Applied Linguistics: Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL). He loves travel and would love to one day learn Arabic. In the future, Nelson hopes to investigate corpus strategies for second language acquisition, iconicity and metaphor in language, metalinguistic awareness as an individual difference, ideasthesia as a learning strategy, orders of acquisition, and cross-linguistic universals. He is exicted to be able to share concepts in Linguistics with students to enhance their language learning.