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Universidad de; Rosario (Bussines administrat)
I have been a Spanish teacher for 27 years. I have worked with students from 12 to 72 years old, with very good results. I love to teach my language, and I am sure that this love and care that I put in each class and with each student helps them to learn quickly, all while having fun. I believe that the love for learning a language comes from having a nice time studying it.
I have worked with students from Primary school and Middle school as well as students in college.
I have been the Spanish teacher at Ascension Catholic school in Melbourne, Florida, for 9 years. I also have taught at Brevard Community College for two years.
When I lived in Colombia, I worked for Cordoba Cardona Associated, where we worked with the major petroleum companies in Bogota, like British Petroleum Co., Parker Co.,and Occidental Co.
I have consistently taught Spanish to private students for the last 8 years in the Brevard county area. I have been a Spanish teacher for 27 years. I have worked with students from 12 to 72 years old, with very good results. I love to teach my language, and I am sure that this love and care that I put in each class and with each
Price could be negotiable, depending of the number of hour that the student takes a month.
I needed to start at square one, and Sonia patiently helped me get going with the basics. Her methodology continuously and creatively reinforces the little gains I made.
Sonia is passionate about her language and provides challenging but fun instruction. She is enthusiastic and keeps you engaged throughout the session.
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