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Widener University (Spanish and Ed)
I am a Certified Spanish Teacher who recently moved to NH. I am friendly and easy-going, but expect the best effort from my students.
I am well traveled and have experienced different Spanish/Hispanic Cultures. I am fully fluent, if not bi-lingual. I am able to converse with anyone in Spanish, as well as American English. I was born and raised in New England, but many native Spanish-speakers ask me what country I am from.
I believe that a student will retain more of what is taught if they enjoy their lessons, so I try to make learning fun. I use a TPR approach to learning. If every part of the senses are involved in learning, the learning is more complete. We won't just talk about foods, we will try different foods. We will make appropriate gestures when greeting someone.
I parent or legal guardian MUST be present in the home while I am there, no exceptions! We can always meet at a local library or another public setting if an adult is unable to be in the home for the tutoring sessions. I am a Certified Spanish Teacher who recently moved to NH. I am friendly and easy-going, but expect the best effort from my students.
I am well traveled and have experienced different Spanish/Hispanic Cultures. I am fully fluent, if not bi-lingual. I am able to converse with
Amy did a wonderful job bridging the gap in Spanish II instruction for my son who missed 10+ days of school due to a concussion. He found her assistance extremely helpful and is now all caught up and back on track with the current material in the class. I truly appreciate all her talents in working with him on such short notice. I would highly recommend her services to anyone struggling with high school Spanish. She is very apt with the Spanish language and was very easy to work with.
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I have taught very basic Spanish (Resource Level) through Advanced Conversational Spanish. I have spent a good amount of time in Guatemala and other Spanish-speaking countries, so I consider my self fully fluent, if not bilingual.