My teaching methods depend largely on the student. If the tutee would like to have a grammar-based approach, lessons would first include a very structural teaching of the grammar, then the translation and formation of different sentences, the reading of texts (from ads to blogs or simple articles), a variety of other grammar exercises and the learning of vocabulary.
On the other hand if the tutee would like to take a -verbal- approach, the lessons would mainly focus on pronunciation exercises and techniques, the learning of new vocabulary and basically just placing the tutee on different scenarios in which he/she has to speak the language. For this approach, the more you practise the better.
Lastly, these approaches can be used interchangeably and the lessons can be a mixture of both of them.
I study economics and international relations in the university of Aberdeen, but I’ve previously taught both french and Spanish for about 3 years.
I am a Native Spanish speaker and I also have experience in the teaching of Spanish grammar and verbal expression. I’ve tutored both children and adults, mainly from English-speaking countries.
Finally, I love tutoring and helping people understand my language better!
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