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About Emi O.

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Anaheim, CA
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I was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada by Japanese parents. I was privileged with different kinds of learning opportunities including piano, Japanese language, ice skating, ballet, skiing and martial arts. After high school I attended university where I majored in Piano performance.

Over the last 10 years I have tutored all ages for piano and Japanese and learned how to be patient, persistent and to just be able to adjust and accommodate to different kinds of learning styles and abilities. I realized that it’s important to have a structure in your teaching styles and have clear expectations, standards and goals. Making certain modifications to your teaching styles along the way is crucial as well to meet individual student needs. I believe in setting high standards for students is an important way to get them to rise to their pote
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In my free time I love to go on a short hike, explore new restaurants or see a live music show.
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Emi O.

Emi O.

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Denton, TX
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It took the love of another language to help me appreciate my own, and later, to appreciate the beauty of learning. As an educator, I care about more than just a passing grade; my goal is to see you succeed beyond your wildest expectations!

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I earned a Master's degree in Spanish from the University of North Texas, where I gained substantial experience as a graduate teaching fellow and teaching assistant. I've also worked at the Wichita Falls ISD as a Substitute Teacher and an English as a Second Language (ESL) Tutor, and at Vernon College as the Tutoring Center Coordinator. In these professions, I've gained a wealth of experience in working with elementary to college-age students, and I would love to have the opportunity to show you how beautiful language-learning can be!
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Vertel S.

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Tucson, AZ
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Federico has been teaching since 2013 and is currently available to teach lessons at your home, his home and online.
Federico is a devoted instructor, who is committed to stimulate and engage students through a meaningful and constructive interaction. Thanks to his skills, experience and personality he has helped his student succeeding in their studies, as well as acting as a mentor.
Federico was born and raised in Italy, where he lived until 2013. He received a BA in Intercultural and Linguistic Mediation from the University of Bologna in 2012, while working as a freelance journalist for a local newspaper. During these years he refined his writing, language and translation skills in English and Italian.
He moved to Seattle in 2013 to pursue a MA in Italian Studies at the University of Washington, completed in 2015. He has passionately
taught more than 100 students and more than 380 lessons, also obtaining a Graduate Certificate in Teaching. He is fully fluent in Spanish.
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Marylin B. May 5, 2016
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Excellente ! Hid method of teaching seems so logical and practical. Started reviewing pronunciation. I was so impressed, that when I got home I started practicing my vocabulary right away. I have taken classes before, but I believe I will be making more progress this time.
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Tucson, AZ
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Hello, bonjour, hola! I'm Natalie and I've been tutoring for seven years and formally teaching for three years. I've loved helping students meet their goals in French, ESL, and Accent Reduction and I look forward to helping you.

I hold a B.A. in French and Chinese and an M.A. in French Linguistics, both from University of Florida. Currently, I am a first year PhD student in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching. As such, I am truly centered on helping you achieve your language goals from traveling abroad to passing a language test to communicating in your work or school environment. My flexibility and enthusiasm coupled with individualized lesson plans will help increase your confidence in communicating in other language(s).
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Tucson, AZ

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I am a Spanish teacher with a Masters in Arts in Teaching Spanish. I've taught in a wide range of formats from regular classroom basic Spanish courses for Middle School students to one-on-one lessons with Professionals that want to increment their cultural knowledge and be up-to-date in current events in a specific Spanish-speaking country. Films, music current events in Latin America are recurrent materials in my lessons as well as anecdotes from my childhood in Mexico.
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Adrian V.

Tucson, AZ 85705
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I got Bachelors Degree in Economics& Public administration. Communication has always been huge part of my professional background. I also speak French and German, I have a nice travelling experience.
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