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My name is Denisha, and I am seeking the opportunity to tutor your child in Spanish. Spanish is such a fun language; however, it can be difficult to comprehend at times. I am looking to help your child overcome those barriers! My job is to not only have them master the language, but to also have fun while learning! My lesson plans will the allow your child to understand the writing and grammar aspects, and to speak more fluently. I will also have students read literature in Spanish to practice their reading skills--and also so they are able to understand what they are reading.
I graduated from Carthage College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish. After studying Spanish at my college, I participated in a global immersion program to extensively study Spanish. There I was able to attend Intercultura Language School, located in Costa Rica, to practice my Spanish speaking skills! This experience has allowed me to not only be a successful Spanish speaker, but also allowed me to gain a lifetime of experiences and true passion for the Spanish language.
I would be delighted to meet with you at your leisure to discuss an opportunity to tutor your child.Thank you for time and consideration.
My name is Denisha, and I am seeking the opportunity to tutor your child in Spanish. Spanish is such a fun language; however, it can be difficult to comprehend at times. I am looking to help your child overcome
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