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the difference between teaching one on one and groupsThough I would consider myself an inexperienced teacher, I’ve had involvements teaching one to one as well as groups. There are various advantages and disadvantages to both options but I have enjoyed both groups. I believe a skilled teacher can quickly adapt to both situations and make the experience fun and intriguing for both student(s) and teacher. While residing in Hawaii, I held a english-tutoring position at the University’s Writing Center where I had 30-minute appointments with students from various countries and diverse cultural backgrounds. It was one of the most pleasant and rewarding jobs I’ve had. Most of the time, students would bring their essays to be looked over before submitting it to the professors. Although students weren’t always consistent with their visits, I was able to give my undivided attention to individual students to aid their specific needs such as confusion from grammar and sentence structures that arise from relying and comparing with their mother tongue. Although it was challenging at times to come up with example sentences on the spot or find an easy way to explain the problem in a concise manner, especially with the short amount of time given back to back, gradually I discovered various