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Structure is necessary, it keeps things organized but unplanned topics can also present great learning opportunities. If the student is excited about something, we talk about it! There are always chances to learn new vocabulary words and even hit up some practice with grammar. After all, conversation is just that, going with the flow and seeing where things go. Be spontaneous amidst the structure... read more

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Look for the Latin roots in Spanish and French words that may also be found English. This helps one remember vocabulary and appreciate the connection between languages!     Here are some examples!   1. Aprender is 'to learn' in Spanish (apprendre in French), which corresponds to the English word 'apprentice.'   2. Escribir is to write in Spanish... read more

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Hello everyone,   Spanish is definitely as exciting language to learn. And as a native speaker not only do I enjoy teaching it but I also love teaching about the cultural history of the Spanish speaking countries.     I can teach other subjects to most dedicated to elementary students but that doesn't mean I can't teach middle or high school students.   Feel... read more

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I'm new to tutoring and to WyzAnt, but I know I can make tutoring and lessons fun just by using the knowledge I have and what I have learned from my classes in Education.  Spanish is about communicating and the best way to learn Spanish is to use it in real-world applications. So, here are my top 5 suggestions on how to make lessons fun in Spanish:   1.  Put down the text... read more

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To keep your students engaged, you must make the lessons fun! There is enough pressure on them during school, at home, and most other places they'll go. Your job is to help them grow, which is much easier to do if they're enjoying themselves! Here are 5 tips to keeping your students engaged during your sessions:   Incorporate technology: Whether you use something as basic as... read more

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Have you ever been in a situation where you did not understand what was happening around you? Well, that is what it is like for many people who have just moved to this country and have not yet learned the language. The experience of being in a completely new environment is a very scary ordeal. When I was in Mexico for the first time, I really had no idea what was going on. Luckily, I was surrounded... read more

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Hello, my name is Miss Walker and I have been teaching and/or tutoring Spanish in one form or another since 1999.  I have taught homeschooled, private schooled, and public schooled students grades K-12 as well as adults. Are you serious about learning Spanish or any other foreign language?  If so, the absolute best way to learn any additional language, after you have learned... read more

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