As a person who has studied three different foreign languages (English, German and French) I perfectly understand the struggles of learning a new language and how important it is to feel comfortable learning it. That's the reason why I feel that each student is different and needs a special methodology to be taught in. The first step is finding out what contents are the harder to learn for the student and, then, it is important to know what learning resources work for him or her. That is the reason why an initial conversation with the student is essential to decide which teaching methodology is the best.
I gave English, History and Philosophy lessons to high school students in Spain. Both of them achieved their goals and passed their university entrance exam. My average mark at university is 8 out of 10, and at high school I graduated with honors getting 9'1 out of 10. In both my English and Spanish courses I got a 10 out of 10. I am a highly motivated student who is willing to help other students and pass my passion for languages to them.
- Graduated from High School with Honors
- An average of 8 out of 10 at Humanities Degree (in course)
- Experience in volunteering: I gave Spanish and literacy courses for African refugees and immigrants back in Spain
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- Currently studying as an exchange student at University of Queensland, Brisbane.
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