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University of Delaware (Marketing)
Middlebury College (Graduate Coursework)
SPANISH (Graduate Coursework)
I have been speaking Spanish for 20 years and recently completely a masters degree in Spanish. I have helped many students of varied levels, middle school, high school and college with their homework and class topics.
Right now I teach ESL at the beginning and intermediate levels at a local university. I help students from all over the world with grammar, writing, and speaking.
Thanks! I have been speaking Spanish for 20 years and recently completely a masters degree in Spanish. I have helped many students of varied levels, middle school, high school and college with their homework and class topics.
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Amy works with both of my children in Spanish at the middle school and high school level. Over the past few months, she has provided each of them with the academic reinforcement needed to better understand their course material. She has also been incredibly flexible in scheduling sessions to meet the demands of their workload.
Amy worked with my son, a high school junior, this whole school year on material for his Spanish IV class. She worked very well with him and was quick to pick up on and comfortable with his teacher's style and type of assignment. Much of his work was online or involved technology which she was comfortable with as well. Amy has a lot of energy and was dedicated to helping him over an 8 month period of time.
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