Appalachian State University (Spanish education)
I am a public high school Spanish teacher with 7 years of teaching experience. And I have taught levels 1-3 and have worked with students K-12. I also once worked as a nanny/language tutor, speaking only Spanish to a 2-year-old from an English-speaking family. I most recently taught in Wake County schools before moving to Winston-Salem.
I can help introduce students to Spanish who have never studied it before and give them a head start in future language classes.
I can tutor students currently taking Spanish at any level to improve their test scores, provide conversation practice, reinforce vocabulary and help with homework assignments. I can help students who have taken Spanish before but want to keep up their language skills before continuing on to the next level - if you don't use it, you lose it, so let me help you keep your skills fresh!
I can tutor Spanish-speaking students in any of their school subjects, providing translation and clarifying instructions. I can tutor adults with specific Spanish language needs - upcoming travel, job-specific vocabulary and phrases (medical field, business interactions, etc.), mission trips, and other situations - just ask!
I have the following experience: Spanish-teacher / nanny for a 2 year old child. And I have been a Student Teacher who taught Spanish 2 & 3. I have also worked as a Spanish Teacher, Mentor and Department Chair at Southern Alamance HS.
I have the experience, the language skills, and the compassion to help ANY student succeed and grow in their understanding and love for language. I have a very flexible/open schedule at the moment. Weekdays are preferred but weekends are possible. Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to helping new students. I am a public high school Spanish teacher with 7 years of teaching experience. And I have taught levels 1-3 and have worked with students K-12. I also once worked as a nanny/language tutor, speaking only Spanish to a 2-year-old from an English-speaking family. I most recently taught in Wake County schools before moving to Winston-Salem.
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I have 5 years' experience teaching Spanish levels 1-3. I took Spanish in high school up through AP level, and scored a 5 (the highest possible score) on the AP exam. I have traveled to Mexico, Guatemala and I studied abroad in Spain. I graduated from Appalachian State University with a bachelor's degree in Spanish education.