...At my university, I spent a quarter as a tutor where I was able to help others that were learning Spanish as well. I love to study the language and believe that there is always something new to be learned. As a result of my passion, I decided to spend six months in Ecuador where I was able to practice what I had learned in the classroom with native speakers.
Bonney Lake, WAView Tutor
...Since relocating to the U.S. and while completing graduate studies-I hold an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature from a Midwestern University- I have been successfully teaching at the college level. Findings in the field of second language teaching and learning have proved that learners need...
Tacoma, WAView Tutor
...It has allowed me to make good friends and meet people with all sorts of backgrounds. I think learning a language should be a dynamic experience and I try to apply that to my lessons. I believe learning is and should always be fun, and I strive to achieve those goals efficiently.
Puyallup, WAView Tutor
...How to form, facilitate and work cooperatively in study-groups. 5. How to ask for help. I find that many of my students are weary of asking a teacher or tutor for help, and that is why we are here!6.
Auburn, WAView Tutor
As the son of a Foreign Service Officer (US Department of State) I grew up overseas. I spent 8 years in Latin America, the last 5 in Argentina (where I attended the American High School). In that environment I learned to speak Spanish like a local. I taught newly arriving students to learn the language and fit into the culture.
Kent, WAView Tutor