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Boston University, Boston Mass (BSBA)
I love to learn and share my own culture. I do believe that languages create bridges between people. I am a retired teacher from Vermont with an expired license K-12. I have taught from first grade to high school. I also taught adults interested in formal and conversational Spanish. I believe that each person has a unique way of learning, so my methodology varies to fit the person that I am teaching. I have been in the United States since the late 70’s, so I consider myself bi-cultural and bilingual.
I will tailor my lessons to the student carefully designing the lesson plan to strengthen the weak areas and enrich the strongest ones. Any level of Spanish is accepted and welcome. No one is too old or too young to start a new language. I have never taught online, but if distance is an issue, I am willing to try.
I am available in the afternoons. My rate is $40 per hour.
I am flexible and can adapt myself to your needs. I taught elementary school from first to sixth grade. My program challenged the students to skip the first level of Spanish in middle school. At the high school level, I taught beginners and Spanish III (the highest level offered). Being also a foreign language learner, I understand the complication of leaning one and the frustration when words or sentences don't come out right. I love to learn and share my own culture. I do believe that languages create bridges between people. I am a retired teacher from Vermont with an expired license K-12. I have taught from first grade to high school. I also taught adults interested in formal and conversational … Read more
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