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Spanish Lessons in Phoenix, AZ
If you live in or near Phoenix and want to learn to speak and read Spanish, you are in one of the absolute best locales in the nation to do so. It’s very easy to take Spanish lessons in Phoenix, and you'll have ample opportunities to practice reading and speaking in Spanish to ensure you have mastered it. Once you learn Spanish, you will find a whole new world has opened to you – the world of Latin America.
Reasons to Take Spanish Lessons in Phoenix Like most communities located in the Southwest United States, Phoenix has a relatively large Hispanic population. At the time of writing, Arizona has more than 6.7 million residents, and more than 30 percent of them are Hispanic or Latino. Phoenix is the nation’s sixth-largest city with more than 1.5 million residents. Of those 1.5 million, nearly 41 percent are Hispanic or Latino. That means there are lots of Spanish-speaking neighborhoods, restaurants, entertainment venues, and other locations where you can immerse yourself in a Spanish-speaking environment and hone your language skills.
The most obvious reward for taking Spanish lessons in Phoenix is being able to talk with and understand the city’s Spanish-speaking population. Depending on your line of work, you also might find there are more job opportunities available to you. Being bilingual is a great advantage in a large city, where Spanish is spoken by a large percentage of the city’s residential population.
Helpful Tools While Taking Spanish Lessons in Phoenix When you take Spanish lessons in Phoenix, learning the language can become easier by using some simple tools. One of them is watching Spanish-language television programming and listening to Spanish-speaking radio programs. Doing so will help to develop your ear for how native Spanish speakers enunciate and pronounce words. It also can help you to understand sentence structure, gender usage, and other aspects of the Spanish language. You might want to consider trying out Spanish-language CDs that teach simple words, phrases, and sentences. Your local bookstore should have some very useful Spanish-language books that will help you with your conversational Spanish, too. Anything you can do to supplement your formal Spanish lessons will help you to learn the language faster.
Inspirational Spanish Events When you take Spanish lessons in Phoenix, there are ample opportunities to envelop yourself in Spanish-speaking cultures and events and stay inspired to learn more. One of the most inspiring events is the annual Phoenix Festival de España, which is held each March. The festival celebrates the area’s Spanish-speaking culture and features dancing, music, food, art and other cultural events. You also can visit the Heard Museum on North Central Avenue and view its artifacts and programs that are specific to the Hispanic culture and heritage. The nearby Phoenix Art Museum also is located on North Central Avenue and has art exhibits by contemporary and classic Hispanic artists. The Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center on East Adams Street is another great place to immerse yourself in Hispanic and Latino culture and remain inspired to continue taking Spanish lessons in Phoenix. You also can visit many of the city’s popular Hispanic restaurants and clubs.
Best of luck with your Spanish lessons in Phoenix, and enjoy the many resources this city has to offer you!
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I will usually have some sort of lessons planned out for the day. For example, on some days, if the students want to improve in reading, I can help them learn to read with material that is appropriate for their level. Also, if they want to learn to get better at speaking, I can construct a mock dialogue and we can practice speaking.
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Are you ready to open the doors of one of the most exciting and intense language in the world??? Let me be your key and together achieve your goals. Just mention it and you will see what I can do for you, let's go to places where Spanish speakers are, such us: restaurants, discos, bakeries, etc, etc.
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I was a teaching assistant for Spanish since my senior year of high school and I have had previous experience teaching Spanish from various levels high school to college students.
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My name is Erika Hoffman Garcia and I would love to teach you Spanish! I am the daughter of a German- American father and Panamanian mother. I am 100% bilingual in both English and Spanish. I grew up mostly in Latin America living in Costa Rica, Chile, Panama amongst visiting countries such as Peru, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Nicaragua, and Spain. If you want help on your Spanish homework, need someone to quiz you, converse with you etc. or need assistance in reading, writing and speaking the language I'm here to help! I make learning fun and more than anything I teach it in an applicable way so that you can use it as an every day language and not as just a way to pass a class. I have a Bachelors of Arts in Theatre Arts from Loyola Marymount University so if you want to include Spanish Soap Operas into the mix we can
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Hello, I am a native Spanish speaker. I have a masters degree in bilingual/bicultural education and over 14 years of experience working in multilingual and multicultural environments. I can help you learn Spanish for school and social or workplace communication.
I am a certified teacher and also an engineer. My main goal as an educator is to help students realize their true potential. Beyond helping my students complete homework or learn a new skill I provide them with tools for success.
I work with students all ages. I am available for homework, homeschooling, and enrichment activities. Before meeting with my students, I gather the necessary information in order to create a lesson plan that will meet the student's specific needs. I have extensive experience in curriculum design. My approach to teaching is student-centered. I use a variety of methods to ensure that students are active participants in the learning process and get the most out of instruction.
I hold a Masters Degree in Education with an emphasis in Bilingual/Bicultural Education. Prior to earning my masters degree, I was a bilingual educator for six years. In addition, I have conducted research in language acquisition and math and have been trained using research based learning strategies. I also hold a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked six years in this field.
I work with students all ages. I am available for homework, homeschooling, and enrichment activities. Before meeting with my students, I gather the ne
I have worked with students with special needs including, learning disabled, ADHD and gifted and talented. When planning my lessons, I make sure that the activities included are appropriate for the student and use students feedback in future planning.
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I have been teaching professionally for 5 years. I have a fun and easy teaching curriculum to help my students with their Spanish skills. You will learn to read, write and speak fluently at your own pace. I want my students to reach their full potential and aspirations while having a wonderful learning experience!
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I HATE sounding like a textbook. Spending hours memorizing grammar rules is not my idea of fun learning. I understand that in order to learn a language, you have to speak the language. That's why I only teach my students what they need to know to start speaking. We learn a language by using the language so I don't stress grammatical perfection, my approach is all about fun conversation.
I am presently a Spanish Instructor of both adults and children, I conduct in-person sessions in my local community, held at convenient times in the evenings after work and school. My gift lies in helping my native English speaking students to master the fundamentals of both English and Spanish, laying a firmer foundation for a smooth transition from the familiar to the new. I’ve been quite successful at taking the fear and intimidation out of the process, producing students who relax and approach their learning eagerly.
I also provide individual instruction online to students all over the world, which is extremely rewarding, given the joy I receive from life long learning. As a lover of language, opportunities for expansion are limitless, from sharing the afternoon with a friend in Brazil, to providing
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Hello there! I started out like many of you, taking a few Spanish classes in High School, continuing onto college to get a minor in Spanish. But that didn't do it for me! so, I went to Peru, and lived there for two years. I learned very quickly if you want to eat, you have to learn to speak Spanish. And that is as fluent as you get!
My classes are custom, depending on the students needs. Speaking is the most important part of my class. I am very patient, energetic, I do like to have fun in my classes.
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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute Spanish lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute Spanish lessons are 44% less expensive at $17, and 30-minute lessons cost 50% less at $15.
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