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Issaquah Spanish Tutors

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Barbara W.
...It is a lot of fun and when I combine my natural proclivity towards teaching it becomes a perfect fit. I would be happy to give references upon request. I have loved cooking since I was in my early twenties, and grew up learning how to cook from my mother.
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22 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, English, literature
Barbara W.
$50.00/hr
Issaquah, WA
Elys B.
...Using my approach you will quickly gain competence and confidence in Grammar and English. I use multi-modal, multi-sensory techniques to help children with reading. I experiment with various methodologies until I find what works for each individual child.
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12 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, English, writing
Elys B.
$50.00/hr
Issaquah, WA
Nathan H.
...I have completed classes on grammar, writing, cultures & civilizations, and even the culinary arts as part of my Spanish degree; my TEFL/TESOL program included modules covering lesson planning, class management, grammar, vocabulary, writing, test assessment, and other relevant language sectors. ...
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3 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL, elementary (k-6th)
Nathan H.
$35.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Adriana Q.
Hi! My name is Adriana, and I am a native Spanish speaker. I recently moved with my family to Mercer Island from tropical Costa Rica.
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1 Subject: Spanish
Adriana Q.
$50.00/hr
Mercer Island, WA
Karoline H.
...I have taught using full immersion (using only the target language) and a combination of mostly full immersion but with some comparison to the native language as well as some translation. The goal is to teach using full immersion mostly but I will not shy away from breaking immersion, if needed. How do I decide when to break immersion?
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2 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL
Karoline H.
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
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