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San Francisco College for Women ( now University of San Francisco) (Spanish and Social)
San Francisco College for Women ( now USF) (Other)
Having taught Spanish for almost 30 years, primarily to university students corporate executives,and tutoring children, I enjoy teaching, answering students questions, providing examples, and subsequently practicing the material just learned with the effect that the students:
1. learn grammar and vocabulary without undue pressure, and
2. are able to speak Spanish correctly.
In addition to classroom teaching, I have also authored a Spanish language instructional e-book, developed Spanish conversation workshops for both beginning and advanced level students using either standard textbooks or a customized curriculum.
Should an intensive Spanish conversation course be required, I am prepared to either follow a standardizes course of instruction or develop a curriculum including both grammar and vocabulary to be incorporated into conversation and targeted to address the specific needs and interests of the student.
I am a native Spanish speaker, speak slowly and clearly, and am confident that I can help students to become proficient in speaking Spanish. Having taught Spanish for almost 30 years, primarily to university students corporate executives,and tutoring children, I enjoy teaching, answering students questions, providing examples, and subsequently practicing the material just learned with the effect that the students:
Group rate $90.00 per hour for the entire group. If they wish they may divide the price between each other.
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