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Raised in largely bilingual household. B.A. in Spanish from UW (cum laude). English fluency slightly stronger. Extremely high level Spanish proficiency although the minutiae within humor can sometimes be lost. Excellent for those who need help with pronunciation, grammar (clarification of grammatical rules like the difference between a direct object and an indirect object, etc.), conjugation, and conversation.
Many years of drum instruction with students who have learned best with alternative learner-centered approaches including: extreme patience, slow to fast repetition of patterns and exercises, focused breathing, as well as sight-reading, rhythm and ear training. Students with: Asperger's, Autism, Dyslexia and related states have benefited greatly.
I teach in a way that is as focused on the grammar as you want to be. I prefer conversational classes, but for many in traditional classes it is the grammar that they are not understanding.
The best non native Spanish tutor/teacher - My name is Bryce Gregory Bennett I am a Spanish Language Consultant I am a concierge tutor meaning that I make every meeting personalized for you. Everyone learns a language differently. For some they just want to speak. For others they want to learn to read or write. And some want to do it all. Either way I will do everything in my power to assure that happens. Where did I learn Spanish? I took it in high school like all of us and failed out in the second year. Then 7 years latter I took a class in Bellevue College and got the best grade in the class. Soon after the class finished I moved to Bogotá, Colombia for a year and half where I really improved my level to near native status. When I was a kid in high school I did not see ...
*Born and raised in South America
*Completely open to adapt the class to your needs.
*Having a fun, enjoyable and interactive class will considerably improve the results.
Native Spanish speaker. B.A from Eastern Washington University Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola (High School)
I have been teaching Spanish for about 6 years.
Even though I have live here in the USA for about half of my life, I have learned how to write and speak it fluently as I had my aunt teach me(who was a former literature/linguistic professor in my home country).
I was born and raised in Peru, I went to high school in the USA, I have always stayed involve with the Spanish community helping Hispanic/Latino children develop our beautiful language to write and speak it, just as I had the opportunity of my aunt (former linguistic/literature professor in Peru) to be able to teach me and pass on her experience of the Spanish culture and language.
¡Hola! I was born and lived in Mexico City. I'm 100% bilingual and have dual citizenship. I'm half half Hispanic and half Polish and I've had the opportunity to travel around the world and learn from other cultures.
I hold a Master degree in Education, majoring in International Education so I've taught students from many diverse cultural backgrounds.
I been a teacher since 1985 (K-12) and a Spanish teacher since I moved to the Seattle area in 2007.
I was born and lived in Mexico City until 2007. I'm 100% bilingual and have dual citizenship. I'm half half Hispanic and half Polish. I have worked with students from first grade through high school since 1985. My education: Seattle City University, Bellevue WA — Master in Teaching candidate 2012-2013 Endicott College, Beverly MA — M. Ed 2001 Universidad Anahuac, Mexico City, Mexico — BA Education 1989
I have been teaching Spanish for 6 years. I use the immersion method
My name is Mariela Espinoza, I am from Peru. I graduated from North Pacific Business School (Peru) with a International Business Major. I have been teaching Spanish for about 6 years. I used to work for a private language center as a Spanish instructor. I use the immersion method with all of my students, who have achieved great fluency. I love working with people from all age groups. To learn more about myself feel free to message me; I usually arrange cafe meetings before my first session with a new student.
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"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."