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University of Minnesota (Marketing, Spanish)
I fell in love with the Spanish language when I took my first Spanish class 12 years ago. I studied Spanish for 10 years throughout high school and college, receiving a Spanish degree from the University of Minnesota. I have traveled to both Mexico and Spain in order to immerse myself in the language and vibrant cultures.
I have tutored a variety of subjects over the past 10 years throughout high school and college, but have focused primarily on Spanish language tutoring over the past three years. I have tutored a wide variety of ages ranging from pre-K to adult learners. I incorporate fast-paced memory drills, games, and multi-media tools into my lessons to help students learn how to read, write, listen and speak the Spanish language. I am happy to cater my teaching style to whatever the student aims to get out of this learning experience.
I am generally available for tutoring Monday - Friday from 5pm to 9pm. I can meet with my students in person or online. My rate is $50/hour. Contact me for more details!
-10 years studying Spanish language
-Spanish Degree from the University of Minnesota
-Volunteer as learning specialist at local Spanish-immersion preschools
-10 years tutoring experience at elementary, high school, and college-level I fell in love with the Spanish language when I took my first Spanish class 12 years ago. I studied Spanish for 10 years throughout high school and college, receiving a Spanish degree from the University of Minnesota. I have
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