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I am currently studying the Spanish language in preparation for a masters degree in teaching Spanish as a foreign language/ bilingual education. I graduated Wagner College in 2013 with a B.A. in psychology and fine art. After graduation I moved to a beautiful, tiny village in the mountains of southern Spain where I taught English to students aged 3-16 in both a classroom setting and through private lessons. It was through this experience I learned my passion for education and languages, especially Spanish. I have been studying since I returned to the U.S. in the summer 2015 and am able to tutor up to a high school level of Spanish. I hope to impart my knowledge of the Spanish language and culture onto you in a fun, clear, and effective way that will stick with you for years to come.
I currently hold a B2 level of Spanish language, acquired through my love and study of Spanish as an adolescent, my experience living and teaching in a small Spanish town where English was not spoken, and my continued education at Instituto Cervantes in Manhattan. I also work as a babysitter and often give the children I work with informal Spanish lessons.
My availability for tutoring is as follows- near full availability all summer. Mornings, weekends, and occasional evenings come fall and throughout the school year. I will be as flexible as I can with my students and am open to one on one sessions or small study groups. I look forward to making Spanish fun and exciting for all those who study it with me. Vamanos! I am currently studying the Spanish language in preparation for a masters degree in teaching Spanish as a foreign language/ bilingual education. I
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