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University of Saint Thomas (Law-Political Scien.)
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I am the Spanish Tutor you are looking for. I speak Spanish as a native language / 'mother tongue'. I have extensive experience teaching one-on-one, small groups of two or three students, and even large groups of 30 or 35 students.
From children with learning disabilities to gifted adults, from basic conversational skills to highly sophisticated grammar and reading comprehension, I have taught Spanish successfully to very different kinds of students.
I have different methods I use to teach. They depend on the particular needs of the student(s). To give you an example, years ago a had as a student an undercover agent who had to go to South America on a secret mission. He wanted to learn Spanish in a week… Yes, in a week. I had no problem to help him. I used with him the “Navy Method”. This was a approach developed by the U.S. Navy to quickly give enlisted personnel survival language skills particularly in Asia during WW2. To make this story short, this gentleman was ready in a week, proficient for his specific needs. (ILR Level 1 – Elementary proficiency). After a few months, he came back and passed by to let me know his mission had been successful, thanks in part to the approach I had used to teach him the language.
This means that when I say I will find and use the easiest way for the student to learn, I mean it.
Gracias!!! I am the Spanish Tutor you are looking for. I speak Spanish as a native language / 'mother tongue'. I have extensive experience teaching one-on-one, small groups of two or three students, and even large groups of 30 or 35 students.
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