I try to make my lessons interesting. When the student feels motivate and positive. I combinate grammatic, reading, listening and speaking lessons. Sometimes is so boring only study grammatic as an oldfashioned school. I use material like videos and audios on interesting topics.
Is very important to me that my student feel confident whit me. In that way, they can ask any question.
I know how you can feel when trying to study a new language.
Hi. I am a Mexican woman (33 years old) living in Hobart Tasmania. I am an Environmental Biochemistry Engineer and I have a master degree in Aquaculture. So I am a Scientific Researcher. My native language is Spanish and I think is better when you learn a second language with a native speaker. That's happened whit me and my English lessons.
I have taught Spanish in Mexico for almost three months a group from U.S.A, England and Canadian people. And many times before I did it free as a hobby.
I enjoy so much teach and very sure is going to be a feedback to me too. Every day we learn new things.
I hope to listen to you soon. I would love to help you.
In case of cancellation is $5 dollars.
JARINTZIN MONES SAUCEDO
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Date of Birth: 25/05/85
Spanish: Native language English: TOEFL result: 453 in 2010
2009-2011 Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
MASTER IN SCIENCE (AQUACULTURE)
Research Center for Food and Development (Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo- CIAD).
Study emphases: Live food cultured in small and mass scale (rearing copepods, microalgae, rotifer and Artemia sp.), and fish and crustacean culture.
Three months abroad at the Department of Fish Larval Biology and Fisiology at the Institute of Marine Research in Vigo, Spain (technical support seahorse H. guttulatus culture and prey food rearing).
Master thesis: Assesment of copepod Pseudodiaptomus euryhalinus as live food to rearing juvenil seahorse Hippocampus ingens.
BACHELOR OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Technology Institute of Mazatlan.
Six months internship at the Laboratory of Heavy Metal Research at the Technology Institute of Mazatlan (Sample of muscle process to detected mercury in the yellowfin tuna).
Thesis: Lead concentration in muscle and stomach content in the yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares from Eastern Pacific.
2003-2007 Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
2012-2017 Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, Mexico
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE
*Bacteria field test for aquaculture farms of rainbow trout (Onchroynchus mikyss) and white fish (Chirostoma estor estor) (2017).
*Workshop for technicians and aquaculture farmers training in fish and shrimp health management in farms (2016).
-Forum logistics, speech coordinator.
*Reproduction of native Poecilidae fish from Cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula (2015).
-Photoperiod, fish broodstock handling and culture system design in recirculation aquaculture system.
2012-2017 Puerto Morelos Quintana Roo, Mexico
Technical support at projects
*Experimental rearing of Octopus Octopus Hobbsorum (2017).
-Necropsy and tissues sampling for diseases studies.
*Experimental rearing of Centropomus undecimalis, C. nigrenses and C. viridis (2017).
-Blood sampling in juvenile and mature fish, total counting of red blood cells/white blood cells, necropsy and tissues sampling for health management program.
*Experimental rearing of queen conch Lobatus gigas (2014-2017). -Larviculture and broodstock handling.
*Health status of spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) in semi-commercial aquaculture facilities in Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mex (2016) -Hemolymph sampling and hemocyte counting.
*Coral colonies of Acropoda palmata and A. cervicornis produced by aquaculture and Coral reef restoration at Mexican Caribbean, Quintana Roo, Mex (2014-2017)
- Restoration coral reef by diving and microalgae culture maintenance in a laboratory, support in clonal and sexual propagation of coral colonies. *Survelliance of viral diseases in wild shrimp populations on Pacific Mexican coast (2016-2017).
-Sampling tissues in field, primary process of samples and tissue lysis in preparation for PCR analysis.
*Assesment of the bentonic fisheries status at the cost of Sinaloa, Mexico (2012-2013).
-Catch organism in field and database analysis.
FARM CAMPECHE SHRIMP PRODUCERS CO.
White shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei health, water quality analysis, microalgae control in ponds and bacteriology analysis in water/organism.
RESEARCH CENTER FOR FOOD AND DEVELOPMENT (CIAD).
Assesment the ECOMINTI product effect in the growth of juvenile shrimp Litopanaeus vannamei
Campeche, Campeche, Mexico
Mazatlan Sinaloa, Mexico
1. Ruelas-Inzunza. J, Soto-Jiménez M.F, Ruiz-Fernández A.C, Ramos-Osuna M, Mones-Saucedo J, Páez-Osuna F. 210Po, Cd and Pb distribution and biomagnification in the yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares and skipjack tuna Katsuwonus pelamis from the Eastern Pacific. Marine Pollution Bulleting. (2014).
2. Twenty nine technical reports: Analysis population of rock snail Hexaplex erythrostomus and (Hexaplex nigritus. INAPESCA-INP-CRIP Mazatlán, 2013.(In Spanish)
3. Twenty technical reports: Analysis population of crab Callinectes arcuatus and Callinectes bellicosus. INAPESCA-INP-CRIP Mazatlán, 2013.(In Spanish)
4. One technical reports: Analysis population of oyster (Crassotrea cortenziensis) INAPESCA- INP-CRIP Mazatlán, 2013.(In Spanish)
5. One technical reports: Analysis population of oyster (Crassostrea iridescens). INAPESCA-INP-CRIP Mazatlán, 2012. (In Spanish)
6. C. Puello-Cruz, J. Mones-Saucedo, E.A. Zuñiga-Villareal. 2012. A Comparation Between the
Pseudodiaptomus euryhalinus Copepod and Artemia sp. as Feed for Juveniles of the
Seahorse Hippocampus ingens” Aquaculture Industries. Vol. 8.2. 31 -34. (In Spanish)
7. J. Mones-Saucedo. J, Rodriguez, B. Gonzales-Rodriguez, A Garcia-Ortega, E.A. Zuñiga-
Villareal, A.C. Puello-Cruz. 2011. R11TH International Conference of Copepoda.
Course “Writing scientific papers for publication in English”.
National Autonomus University of Mexico (UNAM), Puerto Morelos, Quintana, Roo, Mex.
Diver certificate two stars for Mexican Federation of Subaquatic Activity (FMAS) at the World Confederation Subaquatic Activities (CMAS). National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) Cancun/Puerto Morelos Quintana Roo, Mex.
Workshop of exchange of innovation and technologies in aquaculture and fisheries Industries in Yucatan Peninsula. Mérida, Yucatan, Mex.
National Meeting of Fish and Shrimp health Committees. Campeche, Campeche, Mex.
XI International Aquamar Congress Mazatlán, Sin.
Member of Sinaloa Researchers Group.
Work group meeting for the update of fishery management of lobster in the Mexican Pacific Coast. Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mex.
Course of Copepod culture in Research Center for food and Development. Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mex.
Course of microalgae culture in Research Center for food and Development. Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mex.
Perfect! Exactly what I wanted. One-on-one Spanish conversation with a native speaker who also speaks good English.
I know Jarintzin 10 years ago, She is a very passionate researcher and lovely girl. Always with a interesting, empatic and comprehensive personality, specially in languages teaching. As she is very involved in with the student development and confidence. I recommend Jarintzin Spanish lessons, you are going to have a good experience.
She is a great person and responsable. She has the gift of being very sociable and friendly. She is very easy going so she will make you confidence about learning from her and about you.
When she used to explain things to me, she would do it naturally and make things easy for me to understand.
And she is mexican, nobody can teach spanish better than a mexican. (she will give you tacos with guacamole)
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