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University of Oklahoma (Spanish and history)
Cameron University (Master's)
Hello, my name is Emily. I am a native speaker from Santiago, Chile. I earned my Bachelor of Spanish and History degree from the University of Oklahoma. I also graduated with a Master of Education Degree concentrating in instruction and Curriculum. In addition, I have a certification in teaching Spanish as a foreign language from the state of Oklahoma K 1-12.
For the past seven years, I have taught at various colleges in Oklahoma and work with middle preschoolers and secondary education. I have experience with curriculum and test-item writing and educational research in the areas of foreign language acquisition. I In my spare time, I enjoy reading, fitness, outdoor-living , traveling, nutrition and photography.
My teaching style is fun and creative and you will learn having fun. You will also learn how to study more effective and how to understand language acquisition. You will be able to process, apply and use the language more effective. Hello, my name is Emily. I am a native speaker from Santiago, Chile. I earned my Bachelor of Spanish and History degree from the University of Oklahoma. I also graduated with a Master of Education Degree concentrating in instruction
Emily was very patient and knowledgeable. My daughter learned so much at this lesson and we look forward to many more.
Thank you. I enjoyed the time i had with your daughter as well. She is bright and so ready to learn. it was a joy. Will be sending practice activities and i look forward to more lessons. Have an amazing day!
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