My classes are based on interaction and communication for purposes. This is to say, that my idea is to show learners the real use of hat they are learning and how to use it in context. Additionally, I have personal interest in productive skills (speaking and writing). I love to produce language, and to help learners to explore their abilities in the English language.
I am an 18 year old A-Level student studying Spanish, English Literature and Politics, hoping to study Spanish at degree level. I would love to give lessons to secondary school pupils up to AS Level standard, using primarily oral, and comprehension to teach language and focus on structure whilst teaching literature.
I personally think a translation methodology is one of the best ways of learning a language, since I've realized that once you're older than five-seven years old the immersion method doesn't really work anymore. Nevertheless, I like to adapt to my students, finding the method that works better with each of them.
I am a geologist who wants to teach Spanish by using the language, sharing opinions about Worldnews trying to focus the attention on the topic instead of the grammar. Be able to communicate more or less fluent is the goal of my students.
I build the lessons around songs. This way, students are immediately immersed in vocabulary, culture, natural pronunciation and expression, and learn about a place and people in a fresh and exciting way. I've combined 15+ years as a language teacher, musician and intercultural trainer to create the best language lessons I could create.
I try to make my lessons entertaining and really useful, creating an open and relaxed atmosphere where mistakes are not a problem, but just a natural and necessary part of the process. We will focus on practicing your Spanish, always keeping in mind that a good grammar basis is really helpful.
My teaching method begins with the understanding of the needs of each student and their interest so that we can work on these things during class, generating interest and a pleasant time for learning. I like to give the lesson and then propose some practical exercises to control how the learning experience is going.
The methodology that I use in my workshops is very dynamic and flexible. I like to start with the practice and from there go to the theory. One of the best ways to learn is by doing, for this I use the game and the interaction with the everyday, that is, with the things you do every day, the places you move around, etc.
What are you going to do? First day: level test. Every week: test (to ensure your development) Boring things: grammar, vocabulary... The best: funny games (review exercises) The worst: I only answer in Spanish, could you manage it? 1-1, 2-1, Groups The better way to learn is with a friend or individually.
I am flexible with my time. I understand how it feels to learn a language that is completely different from the one you are used to, so I can definitely empathize with your situation and create a learning environment that will hopefully make you feel more at ease.
I am a Year 12 IB student who was born in Bangladesh but was raised in Spain. I lived in Spain for 11 years and attended both, primary and secondary school in the country. Hence, I speak Spanish fluently. I arrived to the UK nearly 3 years ago and sat my GCSEs, obtaining 10 A* to B/grade 6) results, with A* in Spanish and Grade 9 in English Literature.
My goal is to share my passion for languages with my future students, through motivating courses that stir up curiosity and openness to other cultures. I consider that an adequate teaching methodology must focus on the needs of the learner, deduction and analysis of language models and an emphasis on a communicative approach.
My teaching method is letting the student decide which topic he wants to start with and from there moving to related aspects. Curiosity will always be welcomed and encouraged. Some writing will always accompany the lessons to fix some key ideas.
I'm a native Spanish speaker who moved to London aged 11 and keen to help people with the language. Lessons will be structured in order for the student to be able to become as fluent as possible in every aspect of the language (speaking, writing, listening, etc) as well as help with accent and pronunciation.
Having held many one to one tutoring classes, I have learnt how to be attentive so that I focus on the areas that will most help my student improve over time. I also tend to allow a good amount of time to practice conversation, to really improve skills and boost confidence levels. Though some of the lesson needs to be structured, I do like to combine mix in plenty of pictures, games and videos.
My personal familiarity with multiple languages (including Spanish, Arabic, French, Italian & Persian) & the process of learning them, means that not only have I had extensive experience learning languages myself but also that I have been in the exact same place as you in learning Spanish.
I base my classes on repetition. For conversation for instance, we will chose a topic and discuss the matter naturally, concentrating on the most important vocabulary and constructions. As a tutor, I am really easy going , adapting to different and particular necessities.
My lessons focus on conversations- we go through some new vocab and aim to have full, natural conversations in Spanish. This can take the form of just chatting, or more formal talks to mimic the oral exams at GCSE and A-level. Speaking Spanish is, my opinion, the most vital part of learning, and it can really build your confidence in the language.
For private classes each session is tailor made to the individuals needs. This is assessed at the first meeting. For those students preparing for exams the focus is on the grammar using texts, gap fills, rhymes and conversation. All materials are provided.
My name is Elena and I am a Spanish Teacher from Spain. I hold a Postgraduate’s course in Education and a Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language.
I am originally from Santiago de Compostela, Spain. I am fluent in Spanish, English, with a good understanding of Portugues. I offer quality and personalized lessons for learners of Spanish depending on your purpose, level, interests and needs. I have a dynamic and fun teaching style. I teach face to face lessons and online 1:1.
I am a native speaker of Spanish, graduated as an English teacher with three TOEFL degrees (Teaching of English as a Foreign Language), recognized by UK Naric. I combine the precise knowledge of Spanish as it is my mother tongue, with the academic teaching background given my academic studies and work experience.
I am from Mexico, just for a short time in London. I am a Ph. D student in Classical Literature, I speak also Classical Greek and Latin, a little bit of French, Italian and Hebrew. So, I consider myself an expert in grammar. I can arrange my methods to match the students' needs.
I am a young professional in London giving lessons to students learning Spanish at secondary school and at A level. I structure my sessions depending on the needs of each student and which areas they like to focus on or need extra help with. I use different methods to teach for example podcasts, vocab learning, speaking practice, exam techniques and essay planning.
Hi everybody, My name is Anita and I have studied Spanish for 8 years. I started learning Spanish for my GCSEs and continued to do so right through to Undergraduate level. I am extremely passionate about the Spanish language and have lived, worked and studied in Barcelona, Spain, for two years both before and during my studies.
If you are a GCSE/AS student looking for guidance with French or Spanish, I'm the one for you. As an A-Level student myself, I understand what is really helpful in knowing when it comes round to that dreaded exam season.
I give lessons to secondary school students who are beginners, studying for a GCSE or A-Level in Spanish. I make my classes personal to the student. Every class starts with a vocab or grammar refresher and recap of the last class.
I tailor my classes depending on the need of each person. If it is preparing for exams or just to improve your personal language skills. I can adjust my lessons for every level, from beginers to GCSE level. I can also help if it is just to learn some before traveling or Spanish speakers wanting to improve their English.
My teaching method is speaking in Spanish whilst doing activities outdoors, which is much more fun. Also writing and spelling practice. Listening your favourite music and translating the lyrics. Correcting your pronunciation, in case we needed. Flexible hours.
My teaching methodology is based in socio-constructivism. As a psychologist, I am able to recognize and work with different learning styles.
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Perfect! Monica is a great Spanish teacher. She is well organised, uses a number of resources to cover different topics, makes classes fun and interesting, she is reliable, and above all very friendly. I highly recommend for Spanish classes.
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