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Noah F.

Los Angeles, CA

$35/hr

Noah - Fun Spanish Tutor of ALL AGES/LEVELS (Degree in Spanish)

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Background check passed as of 11/3/14

Noah - Fun Spanish Tutor of ALL AGES/LEVELS (Degree in Spanish)

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Hello! My name is Noah and I am a 22 year old young prossional that works in the Latino Music Industry. I received my bachelors degree from the University of Oregon, double majoring in Romance Languages (Spanish, French) and Latin American Studies. I am now fluent in Spanish because of a variety of experiences. I began studying Spanish in high school and, thanks to an inspirational teacher, spent two of my summers traveling to Costa Rica, Peru, and Ecuador on Language-Learning programs, each for a little over a month.

Then, during my freshman year at Oregon, I enrolled in many upper-division Spanish classes and then decided to continue my studies by spending the following summer, studying abroad in Spain. My study abroad experience in Oviedo and Seville really helped to improve my language skills. During my sophomore year, I had the wonderful opportunity to intern as a Spanish-English interpreter at a medical clinic in Eugene, Oregon. Working with immigrants truly inspired me to take a full semester, studying abroad in Puebla, Mexico,during the spring semester of my junior year. My classes were totally in Spanish and this is when I became fully fluent. I also had the opportunity to travel in Colombia, Ecuador, and participate in another internship program in a village in Nicaragua.

I have studied Spanish in traditional classroom settings as well as living in Spanish-speaking countries. Therefore, my teaching methods will vary, depending on my students' learning strengths. In terms of grammar, I usually stick to traditional classroom techniques, while integrating actual situations that one finds in a day-to-day scenario. I teach vocabulary through picture recognition and memorization methods, as well as conversation, so that the student can get used to using a word/phrase in common speech. I also provide grammar and vocabulary sheets and "cheat-sheets" recommended by many international language professors.

I also focus on perfecting accent, a part of language often overlooked. For all of these components I will provide audio, speech, written, and reading exercises.

Last, but not least, I will always take into consideration, the student's motive for lessons. If a student prefers to spend more time working on grammar, rather than vocabulary, more time will be focused on that. Or, if a student needs tutoring for a specific class and/or tests, we can focus directly on his/her specific assignments. We will always try to speak in Spanish during our sessions, which will help the student progress on many levels.

Thanks for you consideration!

Noah

English:
ESL/ESOL
Language:
ESL/ESOL, Spanish
Music:
Guitar
Homeschool:
ESL/ESOL, Spanish
Corporate Training:
ESL/ESOL, Spanish

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.

Spanish

Saludos!

I recently received my Bachelor's Degree from the University of Oregon in Romance Languages- focusing on Spanish Language and Literature. This Spanish classroom experience has given me many different teaching techniques in terms of grammar, vocabulary, conversation, written composition, and accent. I have also completed language immersion programs in Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Peru. In the past 4 years, I have become fully fluent in Spanish by studying abroad in Seville and Oviedo, Spain as well as Puebla, Mexico. My travel experience in Spanish speaking countries has brought me to Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico, Cuba, Spain, and others. I have worked as a Spanish-English Medical Interpreter at a medical center for two years and have interned in Nicaragua as a outside business consultant.

These experiences, as well as tutoring Spanish to all ages of native English speakers and tutoring English to native Spanish speakers, have given me the ability to move far beyond my fluent Spanish skills in order to work on teaching language learning techniques specific to the students' preferences and needs.

Que les vayan bien!

University of Oregon
Romance Languages

Education

University of Oregon (Romance Languages)

Hourly fee

Standard Hourly Fee: $35.00

Cancellation: 6 hours notice required

$35/hr for 1st lesson as a trial. $40-$50/hr thereafter. - This will depend on distance that I must travel to student or if student is able to meet at a closer location.

Travel policy

Noah will travel within 15 miles of Los Angeles, CA 90026.


About Noah

Hello! My name is Noah and I am a 22 year old young prossional that works in the Latino Music Industry. I received my bachelors degree from the University of Oregon, double majoring in Romance Languages (Spanish, French) and Latin American Studies. I am now fluent in Spanish because of a variety of experiences. I began studying Spanish in high school and, thanks to an inspirational teacher, spent two of my summers traveling to Costa Rica, Peru, and Ecuador on Language-Learning programs, each for a little over a month.

Then, during my freshman year at Oregon, I enrolled in many upper-division Spanish classes and then decided to continue my studies by spending the following summer, studying abroad in Spain. My study abroad experience in Oviedo and Seville really helped to improve my language skills. During my sophomore year, I had the wonderful opportunity to intern as a Spanish-English interpreter at a medical clinic in Eugene, Oregon. Working with immigrants truly inspired me to take a full semester, studying abroad in Puebla, Mexico,during the spring semester of my junior year. My classes were totally in Spanish and this is when I became fully fluent. I also had the opportunity to travel in Colombia, Ecuador, and participate in another internship program in a village in Nicaragua.

I have studied Spanish in traditional classroom settings as well as living in Spanish-speaking countries. Therefore, my teaching methods will vary, depending on my students' learning strengths. In terms of grammar, I usually stick to traditional classroom techniques, while integrating actual situations that one finds in a day-to-day scenario. I teach vocabulary through picture recognition and memorization methods, as well as conversation, so that the student can get used to using a word/phrase in common speech. I also provide grammar and vocabulary sheets and "cheat-sheets" recommended by many international language professors.

I also focus on perfecting accent, a part of language often overlooked. For all of these components I will provide audio, speech, written, and reading exercises.

Last, but not least, I will always take into consideration, the student's motive for lessons. If a student prefers to spend more time working on grammar, rather than vocabulary, more time will be focused on that. Or, if a student needs tutoring for a specific class and/or tests, we can focus directly on his/her specific assignments. We will always try to speak in Spanish during our sessions, which will help the student progress on many levels.

Thanks for you consideration!

Noah

Education

University of Oregon
Romance Languages

Education

University of Oregon (Romance Languages)


Tutor Policies

Cancellation
6 hours notice required

$35/hr for 1st lesson as a trial. $40-$50/hr thereafter. - This will depend on distance that I must travel to student or if student is able to meet at a closer location.

Travel Radius
Travels within 15 miles of Los Angeles, CA 90026

Noah’s Subjects

English:
ESL/ESOL
Language:
ESL/ESOL, Spanish
Music:
Guitar
Homeschool:
ESL/ESOL, Spanish
Corporate Training:
ESL/ESOL, Spanish

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.


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