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UCLA (Spanish and History)
My name is Raul and I received my bachelor's of art degree in History and Spanish literature from UCLA in 2006. I have completed two years of grad school at University of California Irvine where I taught Spanish levels 1-6 (beginner to intermediate). During these two years I taught my own class, prepared daily class activities and provided students with diverse, fun an challenging activities to stimulate their learning.
I have all my lesson plans prepared ranging from day 1 Spanish up to intermediate Spanish. Just let me know what concepts you need help on and I can provide a detailed lesson that I planned for a university level class that can be tailored to your specific needs.
I incorporate many different styles in my teaching focusing not only on grammar but also and pronunciation, cultural aspects of different regions of Latin America as well as informal Spanish you might hear on a daily basis.
I am a very enthusiastic person ready and eager to teach. I am also very patient, if a student does not understand a certain concept I am willing to explain it in different ways until the concept becomes clearer.
I am also an avid sports fan. I have played soccer since I was 10 ranging from youth level AYSO to adult leagues around the Whittier area. My name is Raul and I received my bachelor's of art degree in History and Spanish literature from UCLA in 2006. I
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