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WLE TUTORING

SPRING 2017 TUTORING HOURS



MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
ARABIC
(1120 only)

10am-12pm 2pm-5pm

11am-1pm
2pm-5pm
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CHINESE
10am-1pm
10am-1pm
10am-2pm
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FRENCH

9am-2pm 3:30pm-5pm
9am-12pm 3:30pm-5pm
9am-12pm 3pm-5pm
9:30am-12pm 3:30pm-5pm
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GERMAN
(1120 only)

12:30pm-4:30pm
12:30pm-3:30pm
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12:30-3:30pm
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JAPANESE

10am-2pm
11am-1pm
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10am-2pm
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RUSSIAN
12:30pm-4:30pm

12:30pm-3:30pm

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12:30pm-3:30pm
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SPANISH
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
9am-5pm
10am-5pm
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LINGUISTICS
9am-5pm

9am-5pm

10am-5pm
10am-5pm
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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

 


Noor Akhras
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student

 

 

Noor Akhras (Arabic) graduated from U of M-D with a BA in Psychology. She loves to travel, learn about other cultures, and build connections with others. She is currently a graduate student in the Applied Linguistics program at USF. In the future, she is interested in applying her studies to sociolinguistics research. Noor is looking forward to help you excel in your language studies.



Hefziba Alonzo
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student

 

 

 

Hefziba Alonzo (Spanish) graduated with a BA in International Studies from the University of South Florida in 2014 and is now a master's student in Applied Linguistics. She grew up in a Spanish speaking home with a Cuban father and Mexican mother and now loves traveling the world, experiencing new languages and cultures. Hefziba looks forward to helping you achieve your language learning goals. Vámonos!



Oksana Bomba
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student

 

 

 

Oksana Bomba (Russian & German): Oksana completed her undergraduate studies in Ukraine and is now a master’s student in Applied Linguistics. She loves to travel and has previously lived in California, Pennsylvania, and New York. Oksana looks forward to tutoring students of all proficiency levels this year.


Kristin Bunch
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student








Kristin Bunch (Spanish and Arabic): Kristin graduated with a BA in Linguistics and TESL from University of Florida in 2014. She is currently a graduate student in Linguistics/TESOL. She enjoys learning about other languages and cultures and looks forward to helping you in your language learning journey.



Jessica Evans
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student

 

 

 

Jessica Evans (French) graduated with a BA in French and International Studies from the University of South Florida in 2013 and is now a graduate student in the Applied Linguistics program. She enjoys traveling and learning about other cultures and is excited to help you develop your understanding of the French language.



Lucie Folio
Current French MA Student


Lucie Folio (French): Lucie was born in Perpignan, France, but grew up in Reunion Island. She is currently a Graduate student in the French program at USF and also a TA for French III. She already has a master’s degree in Teaching French as a Second Language from the University of Reunion Island. She loves travelling and discovering new countries and cultures. She was a TA in French in a middle school in Baltimore, MD, in 2013-2014; and last year, she was teaching in an "Alliance fran├žaise" and "Universidad La Salle" in Torreon, Mexico. She really loves teaching and will be happy to help students who need it during her tutoring hours.


Diana Garcia
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student







Diana Garcia (Spanish): Diana is a native Spanish speaker from Mexico and received her BA here at USF in Psychology. She is currently in the MA Applied Linguistics program at USF and is interested in teaching English in the Middle East in the future. She is very excited to help you succeed in your language studies.



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.


Shinji Shimoura
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student



 

 

Shinji Shimoura (Japanese): Shinji is a native Japanese speaker from the Kansai region in Japan. He is currently an MA student in Applied Linguistics/TESOL. He has taught Japanese as a teaching assistant for seven years at Florida State University and Purdue University. Also, he has been a Japanese instructor at the Middlebury Summer Japanese School for the past two summers.  He is so excited to share the joy of learning Japanese.


Marimar Velaz
Current Applied Linguistics MA Student



Marimar Velaz Rivero (Spanish): Marimar is a Spanish native speaker from Caguas, Puerto Rico. She completed a Bachelor's of Science at Iowa State University in Apparel Merchandising. She discovered her love for teaching English through her part time job at Iowa State University's Intensive English and Orientation Program. She is currently a graduate student in Applied Linguistics and is happy to share her knowledge and love for her first language to other USF students.