My teaching method is based on the "direct method" which requires the active involvement of the student in both speaking and listening to the Spanish language in realistic everyday situations.
Mi método de enseñanza esta basado en clases 50% conversacional, 25% vocabulario y 25% gramatical, usando herramientas como videos, preparación de recetas, actividades manuales, e incluso salidas al parque o la ciudad, donde el estudiante pueda reconocer el significado de las palabras y generar mayor asociación con el idioma.
My Teaching method is PPP, Presentation, Practice and Production. I also use a humanistic approach for all lessons. Focus is placed on effective communication where learners are taught situational language and functions, in order to be able to communicate well in any real life situation.
I base my classes on learning through games, adapting my methodology to any person depending on their needs and what they require. I use to stablish a first contact to see what is the starting point. Each lesson I like to remember what we have already learn in order to make the learning permanent, then I try to stablish objectives per class and last, I say what we are going to lern next lesson.
Thisteaching method is based on a particular vision of understanding the language or the learning process, often using specific techniques and materials.
I use Spanish songs and can give a lot of recommendations so we can find the kind of music you like in this language to help you learn new vocabulary. Also we would use other cultural expressions like movies and books that can help you getting better at Spanish.
My teaching methodology is understanding the needs of my students firstly, then approach the weak areas using different activities. I like my students to feel comfortable but challenged at the same time. I also love to teach culture alongside the grammar, because I believe when you learn a language you need to understand the culture to be more accurate and sound more natural when you speak.
It’s about knowing your student’s weakness and virtues. Once you know both you can focus in what you want them to improve. And the way (of teaching) you think is better to achieve your target.
The lessons will be adapted to the students need. If the listening or speaking needs to be enforced we will work on that. Each student is different, so they should not be teach the same way. The classes will be dynamic and personalized.
I am willing to teach Spanish to different types of people, so the methodology of the lessons will vary depending on your personal needs. We can do basic Spanish, learning vocabulary and grammar, or we can have a conversation in Spanish about the subject you like if you already know a bit more of the language.
My teaching methodology is student-centered, emphasizing on the trial-error technique and identifying mistakes individually. Oral expression is one of the main aspects of my lessons, however, they are personalized according to each student's needs. My availability is from 17.00 to 00.00 on Monday to Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday.
My teaching method is simple and adapts to the particular requirements of each student. Depending on your level, we could start with basic greetings and common words used on a daily basis (conversational). Or go further, with complex sentences and even some academic language (Academic writing and speaking).
My teaching method focus on the communicational skills to bring the student the possibility to start to speak at the first moment. I use a lot of audio-visual content to improve the phonetic experience and to create a realistic environment.
my teaching method is oral with continuous repetitions to strengthen the retention of the student, base words to complete applying the meanings that are given to them in daily life, so that the progress of learning is optimal and sure.
Hola hola! I'm a Journalist graduate from Barcelona, currently in Melbourne with a Work and Holiday Visa. I can help you improve your Spanish (if you know some basics), or teach you some if you never tried. I'm bilingual, my native languages are both Spanish and Catalan, and since I've been a kid I've studied English and a bit of French.
The best way to learn SPANISH is in Real life, talking and doing normal activities. Lets learn some theory and to practice in real life. Lets go to the markets or have a real situation where you can practice it.
My best teaching method is having active conversations with my students. By practising verbal conversation with the students can help to improve pronunciation and understand the language. Also, as I am a native speaker it can be very beneficial to them.
I use a range of teaching methods depending on the age of my students. I use a mixture of games, songs, role plays, videos, conversation and written work. I also use lots of visuals and incoperate work on IPads and laptops.
I am a native Spanish speaker studying engineering in Swinburne University. My lessons are mainly for beginners and intermediates who want to improve their speaking, listening and writing techniques, but everyone is welcome. My teaching method is to understand what the goal is for the student and work around that goal in order to help them achieve it.
My teaching methods are actives with modern tools and games to practice what we achieve every day. Multiple choice. Complete the gap. Talking and comprehension. Reading. (Look any text that would be of your interest in order to learn vocabulary) Anyways I always try to adapt the tools to the student personality.
I base my classes on my extensive travel experiences, which will provide you cultural insights as well as knowledge on the beautiful and elegant Spanish language.
As a teacher I have learned that the perfect methodology is what the student needs, so I have the ability to observe in detail the needs of my students and based on this I can discover their learning strengths. Likewise, I believe that teaching for comprehension based on constructivism, with each of its stages, is a good way to forge teaching.
I fully consider that nowadays with technology it is almost impossible to stick to one method, though I like the direct one, I think it is more the steps taken to achieve the students' goals, for that it is needed: Creating learning objectives Considering the scope and sequence Logistics Assessments Selecting the right tools Backward design Considering learning styles Planning for the...
I teach clases with interactive methodes to asure the students memorize and use the language in an efortless way while staying passionate about their learning progress, I use from games to music and film to help my teaching as well as daily life scenarios to help my students
My name is Luz, I am Peruvian, live in the magical city of Cusco. In my classes I always promote the use of the four language skills, listening, speaking, writing and reading. My teaching method is didactic, I use many materials, conversations, songs, and worksheets. The topics of work are according to the interest of the student.
I like to know the context of my students and from there address in the most appropriate way the topics that are developed in the classes. Normally I do it from dynamics or group games that allow to learn in a more fun way.
I have different methods depending on the students and their interests, but the method that I am working the most is called flipped classroom and it requires the implication of the students. I can teach from simple Spanish, Spanish culture, basic communication skills to help them to prepare official exams.
I adjust my method according to what helps the student learn best, but always encourage and motivate each one. Generally I identify the areas where the student requires improvement and then work through each one using exercises. I use review and repetition to ensure new concepts sink in and the student is confident in them.
I base my classes on an accurate mix of theory and practice because Students first need to increase their vocabulary and grammar to make sentences after that they will be able to use their oral communication to express their ideas and requirements.
My teaching methods are very hands on, in that I like to stress the importance of conversation first to really solidify the building blocks and I can make the grammar simple to learn and fun at the same time.
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