I love teaching and I use different techniques so my students can learn easily and have fun while they are learning. My goal as a teacher is that my students can learn not only a language but my incredibleLatin culture.
• I have an Advance level of fluency both in English and Spanish. This allows me to be in a better position to understand and solve the difficulties and issues that students may have. • Use of technological tools (computer aided teaching tools, laboratories, etc.) to reinforce and complement teaching. • Good planning, organisation and time management skills.
Each teaching methodology varies according to each student’s learning approach. Depending on the student(s), I will utilise Power Point/PDF presentations, handouts with activities and information, videos, images and even films and television series. Different methods will enhance the classes’ productivity and the students’ learning.
My teaching methods varies depending on the students or groups. Some students work better by following a book and be guided through it; other students do better with visuals, like movies, songs, talking; and other students prefer a combination of various things. In the end the idea is to find how everyone can learn best and the material gets adapted to them.
We'll first establish your objectives (whether you are learning for leisure, preparing for a particular exam, for a business-related meeting etc...) and your level. This will allow me to decide what skills we will have to emphasise (oral comprehension, writing or pronunciation ...).
Speaking practice in different situations, to do it more real (day in a market, in a bar..) Writing practice with short and more complex sentences to understand the Spanish grammar (probably the most complicated part) Classes are adapted to the particular needs of the person.
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