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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I teach Spanish to beginner - advanced students.
My students are from different backgrounds: lawyers, physicians, nurses, chefs, elementary, middle and high school students, college students, etc.
I am a freelance tutor and translator. I have been tutoring for more than 8 years. I am very friendly, patient and professional. I tutor college students and children. I got my Associate in Arts and Sciences - Psychology from Union County College in NJ. On my sessions I apply constructivist teachin
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2015
Kellyn L.Book Now
You'll be learning basic conversations you could have in japanese, as well as learning how to write and read. It will start out mostly in English, but as we progress our conversations and lessons will be more and more in Japanese.
I was always focused on my own personal growth. I am naturally very curious and generally pretty hungry for learning. I am a native English and Japanese speaker. I have two degrees in Trombone Performance in which I have a lot of experiences performing. I've performed in 5 countries (counting the U
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaching since 2019
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Yinette W.Book Now
I have been teaching Spanish for 20 years. I am professional Spanish Teacher, originally from Cuba. I have a specific teaching curriculum with an emphasis on conversation and tailored lessons! I believe learning a new language should be a joyful experience and one that will be a positive change in your life. My classes are for all levels – it doesn’t matter if you are a total beginner! For most adults, 1-2 hours of online Spanish classes a week is helpful in making progress. I want my students to reach their goals and aspirations while having a wonderful time! Looking to take your Spanish skills to the next level? Get personalized one on one classes with me!
I have been teaching private Spanish for over 20 years. I am certified Spanish Teacher, originally from Cuba. I have a specific teaching curriculum with an emphasis on conversation and customized lessons! In 2006, I opened an after School Enrichment Bilingual program for elementary students hoste
Teaches students Male: 5 to 10; Female: 5 to 20
Spanish MA from University of Nevada Reno
I have been a Spanish instructor teaching at the post-secondary level for seven years, where I have taught first and second-year Spanish as well as composition classes, and classes for Spanish heritage Speakers. As a Spanish instructor, I have had the opportunity to work with a diversity of students, from different backgrounds. As a Spanish instructor, one of the most important goals in class is to help students learn the language properly. Furthermore, one of my objectives is to motivate students fulfill their potential and imbued them an interest for the Spanish language as well as the Hispanic culture. It is also of my interest that my students get involved and enjoy non-academic activities where they can have the opportunity to practice the target language as well as the culture.
My name is Ana (Profesora Ana). I am originally from México. I graduated in 2010 with an A.A. in Spanish for Heritage Speakers and an Integrative Studies of Women and Gender Certificate. In 2012 I earned a B.A. in Spanish. I finished my M.A. in fall 2014. Also, I am an active member of Sigma Delta
Speaks American Sign Language
Master's Sign Language in Education from Gallaudet University
Teaching since 2015
Jared P.Book Now
Hello, my name is Jared Perez-DeBusk and I am Deaf. I am proud to share that American Sign Language is my very first language, not English. I have a Deaf sister and my family knows sign language. I always enjoy teaching people sign language. I discovered my passion to teaching, which led me to study public speaking and how to interact with the audience and eventually getting a bachelor’s degree in Communication in Performance Studies from University of South Florida. Few years later, I got accepted to Master’s in Sign Language Education program at Gallaudet University and graduated in 2018. I am looking forward to share my rich experience in sign language and Deaf culture with you.
I am Deaf college professor and I taught many American Sign Language courses at several institution. I went to Gallaudet University (the world's only university designed to be barrier-free for deaf and hard of hearing students) and graduated with Master's Sign Language in Education. My students alw
Speaks Spanish, French
Drama, Music from Trinity University
Teaching since 1989
I am proficient in Spanish and completed three years of study. As a substitute teacher I have taught Spanish classes on several occasions. As a professional tutor, I have helped individual students learn Spanish.
- Gerald G.Cibolo, TX on 6/19/13
Tim was an excellent tutor for my teenage son. He was always on time for their tutoring sessions, very accomendating to our busy schedule, and was very patient with my student. Tim adjusted and flexed to my son's tutoring needs. Tim changed channels and assisted with English as well as with Spanish as my son's studying needs dictated. He challenged my son and taught him how to determine the answer; he did not just give my son the answers. My student received fantastic scores on his homework and tests after studying with Tim. My son and I are very pleased with Tim as a tutor; I think you will be, too. We recommend Tim to meet your tutoring needs.
About Tim (William)
My name is Tim and I live in Schertz, Texas. I hold a BM and a BME from UTSA and an MM from Texas State. I also studied drama for 3 years at Trinity University. I have been a music teacher for 29 years. I have taught elementary music, secondary choir and college level music courses. I have perform
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Elsa is a very cheerful young lady, wonderful with Nicholas, and has a real talent for explaining French grammar and the nuances between French and English. I enjoy getting to ask her my questions and benefit from her knowledge on an adult level, just as I enjoy watching her engage with my son on his level. She is clearly very experienced in teaching young children and makes learning lots of fun for them. Anyone looking to learn French themselves and have their child begin French at an early age will really benefit from Elsa's classes."
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