MD English Teacher (English)
Escuela Normal superior de Puebla, Pue. (Master's)
Universidas Autonoma del Estado de Morelos (Other)
I'm a former Mexican teacher. I taught for 12 years in my country in different levels of education such as Elementary Education from 1st to 6th grades, junior and senior high school English, and University level English, too.
In this country, I was working for a non-profit organization as a Spanish Literacy teacher/coordinator, ESL teacher, EL/Civics (Citizenship) teacher, supervisor and administrator of Educational services such as ESL, Even Start, Spanish Literacy, Citizenship program, and volunteers coordination. Also, I was making a data entry to submit reports to the funders and the organization on a regular basis. These programs were funded by The Secretary of State (SOS), Illinois State board of Education (ISBE) and The Illinois Community College Board (ICCB).
I was involved with CAAAELII (Coalition of Arabs, Asian, African, Europeans and Latinos Immigrants of Illinois). I made these activities and duties for 10 years.
Also I'm very familiar with Microsoft Office (word, Excel, Power point, and Publisher) Internet, and email.
All my studies were in Mexico. I received an Elementary Teacher Degree at the University of the State of Morelos. Also I have a Master Degree as an English Teacher for junior and senior High School. I'm a bilingual teacher of Spanish-English. My primary language is Spanish. I'm a former Mexican teacher. I taught for 12 years in my country in different levels of education such as Elementary Education from 1st to 6th grades, junior and senior high school English, and University level English, too.
In this country, I was working for a non-profit organization as a Spanish Literacy teacher/coordinator, ESL
I like how Arturo quickly analyzed my skills then began challenging my skills right away. He spoke little to no English with me and really pushed me to speak back in Spanish when I was using English. It made me feel like I was with someone who did not speak English though Arturo's English is probably much better than mine. I would recommend this teacher for any level of Spanish!
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I've been teaching ESL for 10 years. So I would like to teach ESL again but I just want to do it with the hispanic population. According to my experience the first classes will be in their native language.