Search for a New York City Spanish Tutor

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Gabrielle V. ...I have a big passion for culture immersion in my classroom. Spanish is my first language and I grew a passion to teach after spending one summer in my home country of Ecuador, teaching English to a small school in the Galapagos Islands. Teaching and inspiring students to become the best they can be is what I strive for.
1 Subject: Spanish
East Meadow, NY
Richard C. ...I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations within the Political Science department at Florida International University and a Minor in Psychology as well. I took a variety of social sciences / social studies courses which I passed with excellent grades. These courses included social science topics in religion, psychology, sociology, etc.
7 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, ESL/ESOL, social studies
New York, NY
Mark D. ...Sincerely, MarkI have a lot of experience in teaching vocabulary to children and adults. I have been teaching grammar for over 10 years. I have taught many children and adults how to read.
15 Subjects: including Spanish, English, reading, grammar
Brooklyn, NY
Aaron B. ...Aaron’s approach to teaching writing and composition for humanities coursework is grounded in the fundamentals that teaching foreign languages has instilled in him. Close reading, proofreading exercises, and structured feedback, which draw attention to the use of language, produce strong writers...
5 Subjects: including Spanish, writing, French, literature
New York, NY
Sirine Ella S. ...I therefore often encourage students to bring comics, funny quotes or jokes to class and dedicate a few minutes to having a good laugh. I always encourage students to create. One of the easiest way to engage students in a subject is to encourage them to create website or blog covering the themes covered in tutorial sessions.
3 Subjects: including Spanish, French, Arabic
New York, NY