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Andrea C. B.

Patient and Knowledgeable Spanish Tutor

Patient and Knowledgeable Spanish Tutor

$45/hour

About Andrea C.


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Being Originally from Colombia in South America, makes this tutor a native Spanish speaker. Besides English she also speaks Portuguese fluently because she lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001.

In her country, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia she acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication...

Being Originally from Colombia in South America, makes this tutor a native Spanish speaker. Besides English she also speaks Portuguese fluently because she lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001.

In her country, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia she acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication disorders. She also has more than ten years of experience teaching Spanish for adults and children in Brazil and in the United States in private tutoring, and four years with WyzAnt tutoring. She has also worked in the FLEX (Foreign Language Experience) program in Fairfax County Public Schools, teaching Spanish language and culture to children in Elementary School. In addition to her experience she satisfactorily completed 30 credits at the graduate level in the program Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Foreign Language-Spanish at George Mason University.

In her lessons, she works on the four skills of communication –speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and she helps students learn and practice new vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar structures, and common expressions in different contexts. She includes a variety of cultural elements from different Spanish speaking countries so her students get familiar with their ideas, traditions, and customs in order to be able to communicate with native speakers from different backgrounds.

Mrs. B plans to continue sharing her language and culture with many more students because she is sure that a foreign language can open a door to new ideas, knowledge, and people around the world.


Education

National University of Colombia
Speech and language pathologist
George Mason University
Graduate Coursework

Policies

  • Hourly Rate: $45
  • Rate details: 2 students: $60 3 students or more: $80
  • Lesson cancellation: 4 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 3/28/2013

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Spanish

Spanish

Being originally from Colombia, South America makes me a native Spanish speaker. Besides English I also speak Portuguese fluently since I lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001. In my country I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia I acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication disorders. I also have more than ten years of experience teaching Spanish for adults and children in Brazil and in the United States in private tutoring, and seven years with WyzAnt tutoring. In February 2016 I completed eight years working in the FLEX (Foreign Language Experience) program in Fairfax County Public Schools. I satisfactorily completed 30 credits at the graduate level in the program Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Foreign Language-Spanish at George Mason University. In my lessons I work on the four skills of communication –speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and I help my students learn and practice new vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar structures, and common expressions in different contexts. I include a variety of cultural elements from different Spanish speaking countries so my students get familiar with the ideas, traditions, and customs of their communities in order to be able to communicate with native speakers about diverse topics. I recognize the importance of hard work when learning a second language. Some authors affirm that everyday conversational language can be acquired in two or three years and the more complex language abilities that enable speakers to comprehend academic texts and analyze or discuss more complex topics could take five to seven or more years. Effort and regular practice is needed when learning a foreign language. I am from Colombia but I don’t focus on “Colombian Spanish.” I help my students to be aware of the differences and similarities of all the varieties of Spanish in order to understand and express their ideas in a way that enable them to functionally communicate with speakers from different countries. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my language and culture with my students because I believe that Spanish is one of the most important languages in the world, spoken by more than 400 million people. Each variety of Spanish has its own beauty that makes each of them unique and distinguished by its own accent, representative words, and prosody. You will not regret the decision of putting your efforts on learning a new language because a foreign language can open a door to new ideas, knowledge, and people around the world.

Homeschool

Spanish

Spanish

Being originally from Colombia, South America makes me a native Spanish speaker. Besides English I also speak Portuguese fluently since I lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001. In my country I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia I acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication disorders. I also have more than ten years of experience teaching Spanish for adults and children in Brazil and in the United States in private tutoring, and seven years with WyzAnt tutoring. In February 2016 I completed eight years working in the FLEX (Foreign Language Experience) program in Fairfax County Public Schools. I satisfactorily completed 30 credits at the graduate level in the program Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Foreign Language-Spanish at George Mason University. In my lessons I work on the four skills of communication –speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and I help my students learn and practice new vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar structures, and common expressions in different contexts. I include a variety of cultural elements from different Spanish speaking countries so my students get familiar with the ideas, traditions, and customs of their communities in order to be able to communicate with native speakers about diverse topics. I recognize the importance of hard work when learning a second language. Some authors affirm that everyday conversational language can be acquired in two or three years and the more complex language abilities that enable speakers to comprehend academic texts and analyze or discuss more complex topics could take five to seven or more years. Effort and regular practice is needed when learning a foreign language. I am from Colombia but I don’t focus on “Colombian Spanish.” I help my students to be aware of the differences and similarities of all the varieties of Spanish in order to understand and express their ideas in a way that enable them to functionally communicate with speakers from different countries. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my language and culture with my students because I believe that Spanish is one of the most important languages in the world, spoken by more than 400 million people. Each variety of Spanish has its own beauty that makes each of them unique and distinguished by its own accent, representative words, and prosody. You will not regret the decision of putting your efforts on learning a new language because a foreign language can open a door to new ideas, knowledge, and people around the world.

Language

Spanish

Spanish

Being originally from Colombia, South America makes me a native Spanish speaker. Besides English I also speak Portuguese fluently since I lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001. In my country I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia I acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication disorders. I also have more than ten years of experience teaching Spanish for adults and children in Brazil and in the United States in private tutoring, and seven years with WyzAnt tutoring. In February 2016 I completed eight years working in the FLEX (Foreign Language Experience) program in Fairfax County Public Schools. I satisfactorily completed 30 credits at the graduate level in the program Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Foreign Language-Spanish at George Mason University. In my lessons I work on the four skills of communication –speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and I help my students learn and practice new vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar structures, and common expressions in different contexts. I include a variety of cultural elements from different Spanish speaking countries so my students get familiar with the ideas, traditions, and customs of their communities in order to be able to communicate with native speakers about diverse topics. I recognize the importance of hard work when learning a second language. Some authors affirm that everyday conversational language can be acquired in two or three years and the more complex language abilities that enable speakers to comprehend academic texts and analyze or discuss more complex topics could take five to seven or more years. Effort and regular practice is needed when learning a foreign language. I am from Colombia but I don’t focus on “Colombian Spanish.” I help my students to be aware of the differences and similarities of all the varieties of Spanish in order to understand and express their ideas in a way that enable them to functionally communicate with speakers from different countries. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my language and culture with my students because I believe that Spanish is one of the most important languages in the world, spoken by more than 400 million people. Each variety of Spanish has its own beauty that makes each of them unique and distinguished by its own accent, representative words, and prosody. You will not regret the decision of putting your efforts on learning a new language because a foreign language can open a door to new ideas, knowledge, and people around the world.

Most Popular

Spanish

Spanish

Being originally from Colombia, South America makes me a native Spanish speaker. Besides English I also speak Portuguese fluently since I lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001. In my country I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia I acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication disorders. I also have more than ten years of experience teaching Spanish for adults and children in Brazil and in the United States in private tutoring, and seven years with WyzAnt tutoring. In February 2016 I completed eight years working in the FLEX (Foreign Language Experience) program in Fairfax County Public Schools. I satisfactorily completed 30 credits at the graduate level in the program Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Foreign Language-Spanish at George Mason University. In my lessons I work on the four skills of communication –speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and I help my students learn and practice new vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar structures, and common expressions in different contexts. I include a variety of cultural elements from different Spanish speaking countries so my students get familiar with the ideas, traditions, and customs of their communities in order to be able to communicate with native speakers about diverse topics. I recognize the importance of hard work when learning a second language. Some authors affirm that everyday conversational language can be acquired in two or three years and the more complex language abilities that enable speakers to comprehend academic texts and analyze or discuss more complex topics could take five to seven or more years. Effort and regular practice is needed when learning a foreign language. I am from Colombia but I don’t focus on “Colombian Spanish.” I help my students to be aware of the differences and similarities of all the varieties of Spanish in order to understand and express their ideas in a way that enable them to functionally communicate with speakers from different countries. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my language and culture with my students because I believe that Spanish is one of the most important languages in the world, spoken by more than 400 million people. Each variety of Spanish has its own beauty that makes each of them unique and distinguished by its own accent, representative words, and prosody. You will not regret the decision of putting your efforts on learning a new language because a foreign language can open a door to new ideas, knowledge, and people around the world.

Summer

Spanish

Spanish

Being originally from Colombia, South America makes me a native Spanish speaker. Besides English I also speak Portuguese fluently since I lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for one year before coming to the United States in February of 2001. In my country I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from National University of Colombia’s Bogotá Campus in 1999. In Colombia I acquired experience in rehabilitating adults and children with communication disorders. I also have more than ten years of experience teaching Spanish for adults and children in Brazil and in the United States in private tutoring, and seven years with WyzAnt tutoring. In February 2016 I completed eight years working in the FLEX (Foreign Language Experience) program in Fairfax County Public Schools. I satisfactorily completed 30 credits at the graduate level in the program Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Foreign Language-Spanish at George Mason University. In my lessons I work on the four skills of communication –speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and I help my students learn and practice new vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar structures, and common expressions in different contexts. I include a variety of cultural elements from different Spanish speaking countries so my students get familiar with the ideas, traditions, and customs of their communities in order to be able to communicate with native speakers about diverse topics. I recognize the importance of hard work when learning a second language. Some authors affirm that everyday conversational language can be acquired in two or three years and the more complex language abilities that enable speakers to comprehend academic texts and analyze or discuss more complex topics could take five to seven or more years. Effort and regular practice is needed when learning a foreign language. I am from Colombia but I don’t focus on “Colombian Spanish.” I help my students to be aware of the differences and similarities of all the varieties of Spanish in order to understand and express their ideas in a way that enable them to functionally communicate with speakers from different countries. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my language and culture with my students because I believe that Spanish is one of the most important languages in the world, spoken by more than 400 million people. Each variety of Spanish has its own beauty that makes each of them unique and distinguished by its own accent, representative words, and prosody. You will not regret the decision of putting your efforts on learning a new language because a foreign language can open a door to new ideas, knowledge, and people around the world.

Examples of Expertise


Andrea C. has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering 8 questions submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

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Awesome!

Andrea is wonderful! Her patient, calm personality put my daughter immediately at ease. She is very prompt in responding to text messages and always punctual. I would highly recommend her expertise in teaching Spanish!

Anita, 9 lessons with Andrea C.

From an F to a B in a few weeks

We transferred to a new High School this year and my son started Spanish II very behind his classmates. Within the first two months of school, he already had a failing grade and we were thinking about dropping him back to Spanish I. I decided to see if I could get a tutor for him and found WyzAnt, and Andrea, through an Internet search. We started weekly tutoring and within a few weeks his grade changed from an F to a B. He enjoys lessons with her and has clearly benefited from her teaching style and approach. I highly recommend her as a tutor.

Christy, 9 lessons with Andrea C.

Patient tutor.

My son was struggling in Spanish class and I was desperate to find a tutor. I chose Ms. B. for a few reasons. She is a speech pathologist and she has some experience tutoring the students in Fairfax County school. She grasps the materials that school is teaching from and she knows where to emphasize. As my son took the lessons from her he became more familiar with the Spanish language especially listening and catching words when the sentence is spoken. He became confident and started to understand what is going on in Spanish class. He is a slow learner when it comes to the language but she has been very patient with him. He wasn't a top student but he could pass the Spanish course and I am really grateful to her.

Teresa, 72 lessons with Andrea C.

Outstanding.

Andrea tutored my high school sophomore in Spanish 3. His grade went up by two letters. Andrea was always on time and responsive when we had cancel a tutoring lesson for doctor's appointments, etc. I highly recommend Andrea.

Jeff, 4 lessons with Andrea C.

Great Tutor!

My son was a senior in HS and having some issues with Spanish II. We decided to use Andrea for Spanish tutoring based on her location and her background. Overall we used her from Oct-Feb of his senior year...about 16 sessions. Andrea was excellent with my son and very patient. Her methods were very effective and becuase of their time together he increased his grade letter from a D to a B. My son really enjoyed working with Andrea and found her very understanding of what he needed to succeed. Both my son and I highly recommend Andrea for Spanish tutoring.

Shawn, 16 lessons with Andrea C.

$45/hour

Andrea C. B.

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