University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus (English Literature)
I am a self-taught comic book artist and spent last school year teaching drawing to middle and high school students in a charter school in Osceola County. I can read, write and speak English and Spanish.
About myself, well I'm a cartoonist so I'm easy going and not too uptight. I worked in call centers for the past 10+ years and enjoyed training adults, however this past year as a drawing teacher has really opened my eyes to the awesome responsibility of being a good educator and an excellent communicator.
I look forward to helping you reach your language or artistic goals!
I learned Spanish as my second language so I understand the difficulty of grasping a second language. I can easily translate and break down Spanish words into English pronounciation, which helps the student grasp how to read and pronounce Spanish. I incorporate both written and verbal techniques when teaching Spanish,
I draw for a living! I'm good at it and it has opened doors for me that I never knew I could open. Plus, I enjoy pop culture and drawing helps me connect with different generations of people, who eachenjoy their own pop culture in their own unique ways.
I'm here to teach you the basics of drawing, all the way to the most complex ones. I can break the concepts of art and drawing into it's basic components and help you put all of these skills and techniques to work for you. If you have the ability to write, then you my friend have the ability to draw!
The Spanish language is a diverse and structured landuage, with it's own rules that most Spanish speakers obey. I don't teach you street Spanish or slang; I teach you the very proper Spanish that helps set you apart when you speak it. I worked in call centers as a translator, customer service, call resolution and as a salesman, with people from different Spanish-speaking countries. Using proper Spanish helped me reach everyone in a professional manner that would lead to opportunities to help people, without getting dragged into "Oh, you sound like you're from BLANK." This way, I can concentrate on helping people and not get bogged down into cultural differences, Being bilingulual is a blessing and has helped me adjust to being in many different places in the world. It can help you too! I am a self-taught comic book artist and spent last school year teaching drawing to middle and high school students in a charter school in Osceola County. I can read, write and speak English and Spanish.
About myself, well I'm a cartoonist so I'm easy going and not too uptight. I worked in call centers for the past 10+ years and
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I have 1 year of experience teaching Drawing to 6-10th graders. Classroom sizes varied from 14 to 36 students at a time. I am a comic book artist and draw my own ideas and sell them online and in person for profit.