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Tulane University (Business)
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I have 10 years tutoring and teaching Spanish in the traditional classroom setting. I've taught Spanish levels 1-4 and tutored students in levels 1-4, including those enrolled in Florida Virtual School. This summer, I hope to help students practice their Spanish, review vocabulary and grammar, and focus on sharpening their listening, reading, writing, or speaking skills, depending on the student's area(s) of need. I love making a difference in the world, living in the present moment, teaching yoga, and spending time with my husband and two young sons.
I am a non-native speaker, so many times this is helpful when explaining and comparing challenging grammar concepts and speaking without a harsh accent. Because I have taught Spanish for so long I am aware of how to tutor and support a student without translating work for them. Teachers do not want to see work that is plagiarized. Students should be practicing and deepening the skills and vocabulary they have learned. I can provide this practice for all levels and help students clearly understand the particular objectives at hand.
I am available during the days beginning June 8th. I have 10 years tutoring and teaching Spanish in the traditional classroom setting. I've taught Spanish levels 1-4 and tutored students in levels 1-4, including those enrolled in Florida Virtual School. This summer, I hope to help students practice their Spanish, review … Read more
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