I am Ms. Goldstein, and more than once I have been called “English Teacher Extraordinaire.” That is because I am also a bookworm, writer, content marketer, and lover of all things English. I am committed to developing the whole student to be a conscientious and productive society member.
I use ELA skills (reading comprehension and writing) to teach about something central to all our lives: communication. We must be able to communicate effectively if we hope to get hired for the jobs we apply to and interview for. We also need good communication skills to navigate the social world and family life. As we move through our different experiences, these core skills help us in many ways big and small. Through interesting, current, relevant reading assignments and interactive and intuitive projects, my students improve their written and oral communication skills so they can be successful in college and life.
I am a Los Angeles native. I have a BA in Liberal Arts from UC-Berkeley (2012) and an MA in Arts Management from Claremont Graduate University (2016.) I have been teaching and tutoring in ELA and SAT/Verbal Reasoning since 2011, and am currently enrolled in a teacher credentialing program through the Los Angeles County Office of Education. I am earning a Single Subject English Teaching Credential (2021.) Until then, I can teach in public and charter schools with an “intern credential” — which for all intents and purposes is the same thing!
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