Cedarville University (Spanish Education)
Hi, I'm Lindsay! This year, I am a senior in college at Cedarville University, and next year I will graduate with my bachelor's degree in Spanish Education. I am involved with some of the students in the local school district, in both a Christian ministry program and a tutoring program. I have always loved students, and have a passion for the things that I teach. I hope to show my students the fun side of learning, and to allow them to have an "a-ha!" moment where they finally get it. Learning has always been extremely rewarding for me and I hope to share this with others!
Hi, I'm Lindsay! This year, I am a senior in college at Cedarville University, and next year I will graduate with my bachelor's degree in Spanish Education. I am involved with some of the students in the local school district, in both a Christian ministry program and a tutoring program. I have always loved students, and have a passion for the
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I guess I have to start by saying that I am a native English speaker. I do not have a degree in this area, but I do have experience teaching English as a second language while I studied abroad in Spain. This is something that I enjoy doing, and am always willing to practice English conversations and help non-native speakers to understand the grammar. I would love to help with your journey to learn English!
I have taken piano lessons starting at age nine, and ending at age nineteen after my freshman year of college. I competed yearly throughout my whole life, which included memorizing highly difficult songs and preforming them in front of a judge and other competitors. I have also played keyboard in my church band for several years. I have many years of practical and learning experience that would qualify me to teach beginning piano students.
I worked for three years as the editor of my high school's newspaper, and absolutely loved English all the way through high school. I was a Spanish major in college, but completed several English courses during my freshman year. I love the grammatical/linguistical side of language, so proofreading is an area that I am good at and have always enjoyed.
For the last six months, I have been in Spain, studying the Spanish language up-close. I am a Spanish Education major at Cedarville University, and am graduating next year. I have finished up all of my Spanish courses, and have passed the national fluency test that will certify me to teach in the Ohio public school system. This year I will be completing my student teaching, and from there I will be able to teach any level of Spanish, from K-12. This year, I am also working as a teaching assistant for the university's Spanish composition class, and will be individually working with university students to improve their Spanish writing skills. In the past year, my Spanish language skills have vastly improved and my love for the language has grown. I am so excited to share this with other Spanish learners, and help untangle some of the confusion that comes with learning a new language.