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I have studied and traveled in Mexico and Spain. My hometown and Bay Area history are full of Spanish speakers, a great way to put my language skills to use. My students have improved their grades and found joy in learning a new language. I hope my practically-minded method will appeal to you. I have written and spoken extensively in Spanish. Poetry, research papers, music . . . Thanks for your interest, and please do not hesitate to contact me personally for more information. I hope to be able to meet your educational needs. Thank you.
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I am a laid back teacher, but I definitely expect students to practice what I suggest they practice. I advise that students use method books or sheet music of some sort, and I will certainly make notes for them and create materials they can learn from. I always teach based on the goals of the student and what type of music they enjoy, but I also like to guide the student in a direction I think would benefit them. I usually introduce music to play right away, conforming of course to the skill level and interest of the student. I now play seven-string guitar, which is just a six-string guitar (same tuning and technique) with an extra low string. It will be practical to aide students by accompanying with a bass range instrument.
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I consider myself a Jazz musician, but I am happy to consider a very wide range of styles. I am focusing now on music of the Spanish Golden Age, 1500-1700.
· Guitar · In home
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
· Guitar · In studio
Former member of the National Honor Society. Received high grades in high school and college courses. Graduated with honors. Currently pursuing a doctorate degree and teaching a variety of subjects I'm passionate about.
Dan has his BA in Communications and Music History & Literature from NC State University and his MPA in Public Administration & Nonprofit Management from Baruch College. He is currently working on his PhD in Integral & Transpersonal Psychology at California Institute of Integral Studies. Dan excels in academia, as well as in multiple facets of the Performing Arts!
Growing up in NC, Dan trained at the Raleigh Conservatory of Music and was the youngest member of the Raleigh Oratorio Society and the North Carolina Master Chorale. He received excellent ratings in piano, vocal and a
Dan is an alum of Broadway Theatre Project and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. He has directed, music directed, choreographed and starred in several theatrical productions and benefit concerts across the country for a variety of national nonprofits. He dreams of owning his own nonprofit healing and performing arts center in San Francisco.
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Lived in: New York, NY
Current City: San Francisco, CA
Quote: “Everything starts with the decision and passion to succeed. Let’s unleash your potential and share your gift with the world!”
Top 10 artists: Luciano Pavarotti, Eva Cassidy, Samuel Barber, Jennifer Hudson, Frederic Chopin, Whitney Houston, Jason Robert Brown, Heather Headley, Stephen Schwartz, Stephen Sondheim.
I have been teaching Spanish since I was an undergraduate at Stanford. I tutored Stanford to fellow undergraduate students (I helped with papers, presentations, etc.).
· Spanish · Online
· Spanish · Online
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Learning a language is serious business, but it isn't dull. I love to use games, music, literature, and clear grammar instruction to help my students shine and enjoy it! We will work together to build a clear grammar framework. My goal is to help my students understand and communicate in Spanish. It's a great experience!
I have a Master's Degree in Spanish Linguistics and am fluent in Spanish. I have taught in the classroom and one on one. I also have a minor in ESL and experience in teaching English as a second language.
I can provide lessons or tutoring in Spanish or English in person in Provo, Utah or online.
I took some time away from my career to stay home with my children. But, I'm back and excited to gain new students!
Language learning is a fun, social experience that I love sh
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Did you know Spanish is easier than you think?! No way! I prepare lessons completely customized to your needs, interests and goals. Plus who says learning Spanish has to be boring? No! Lessons can be fun, dynamic and creative! I teach the language using different tools like music, movies, stories or videos. I’ve been teaching Spanish since 2011 and I love it! So come along and ride this Spanish train with me!
Immersive, intensive and interactive approach to Romance languages through folk music and acting and interacting in group set up or one to one.
I believe in learning while laughing and comparing to a better and faster understanding.
We can focus in English and Spanish or included other Romance languages like French, Italian and Portuguese or even all of them at the same time.
All these languages have a very similar root, just need to learn the different approach and in few sessions you will have an understanding of the whole Romance world.
Allowing and speeding the learning and the fluidity of your conversation exponentially.
I live to compare and enrich my culture and share the knowledge with the world.
Beside comparing Romance languages to one another for better understanding and deeper learning we will be comparing between the different kind of Spanish on the globe.
So we will not only learn Castilian but a wider ranger of South American expression and idioms so we can be fully understood where ever we go!
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I'm Cuban, so Spanish is my native language, and if that's not enough I studied Spanish Linguistics at the University of Havana. Linguists can classify languages according to their history, as well as according to the language's structure and according to how words are formed. With that background, I can teach beginner, intermediate and advanced as well. If you want to learn Spanish as you know your native language I'm your teacher for the job.
“Being bilingual, it turns out, makes you smarter,” Yudhijit Bhattacharjee wrote once in a piece for the New York Times Sunday Review. “It can have a profound effect on your brain, improving cognitive skills not related to language and even shielding against dementia in old age.” In an increasingly global world, being bilingual makes you a more competitive force in society for jobs, travel, speaking to clients abroad.
Also, Spanish is considered world's second-most spoken native language, after Mandarin Chinese.
I taught Spanish as a second language since I graduated in 2012. In 2015 I left Cuba and came to the US. In here I've been teaching children from 3 to 5 years
I look forward to meeting you and help you find that motivation.
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Want to learn a language aside from grammar and rules? I enjoy providing resources and help to help students learn using their own style of learning. I like providing interacting gaming activities, creative lessons, speech & pronunciation tips, and creating a multicultural environment where people can learn while having fun. I have been teaching K-12 for the past 4 years using a hands-on and multicultural methodology. I do not only teach a language but a culture in itself. Mastering and proficiency is my focus while learning through experience and using language in the real world.
My experience comes from teaching abroad in both rural areas and cities in Latin America. Currently working at Wolfe Street Academy as the Spanish program coordinator which serves students from low-socioeconomic backgrounds. I enjoy merging methodologies and differentiating to
While studying Spanish, I learn that teaching a language is not solely about grammar but rather the culture and structure behind it. Grammar nonetheless is part of the language and a co-requirement to excel academically. My qualifications comes from my multicultural methodology where I teach and provide students resources to self-learn and structure their metacognitive abilities. Merging both culture and language provides opportunities to research, creative write, independent study themes and topics related to the language of Spanish. My interdisciplinary vision provides students the ability to learn grammar not as a base but a tool to comprehend, critical think, and synthesize own their own perceptions and opinions about its culture.
Being a teacher means that one once was a student. The value of learning different things and paying attention to details while having fun in discovering and researching has make craft my abilities to teach the particular subjects describe previously. I will end by quoting Nelson Mandela "Education is the most powerful weapon in the world to entice change" I look forward working with everyone.
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Experienced Spanish and English language educator of 3 years. I graduated from UNC Wilmington with a B.A. in Spanish language and I lived and worked as a primary school teacher in Madrid for two years.
I can provide you with an individualized lesson plan for whatever your language needs may be. I understand the importance of learning a second (or third, or more!) language, especially with its everyday use.
All ages, levels and abilities are welcome!
I enjoy providing students with the tools and opportunities to increase their language knowledge and abilities. By opening the gateway to a new language and outlook on the world, I hope my students will gain even more enthusiasm for language learning!
I offer competitive prices, flexible locations and hours, and an enthusiastic approach to learning!
I lived and worked in Madrid as an elementary school teacher. I really enjoy working with children and using a variety of methods to promote language learning - from hands-on objects to songs, videos to role play.
I think the most important skill to have when learning a language is the confidence to just keep trying! I will provide you with an individualized lesson plan using my years of experience as a guide.
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