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Maryel S. ...Right now, I'm a Graduate student at UNT with a major in Spanish. But also I'm doing my teaching certification in Spanish and Bilingual generalists. I can teach Spanish in all levels.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, grammar
$45.00/hr
Denton, TX
Erick A. I am currently a student at the University of North Texas studying English as my major, Political Science as my minor and obtaining a certificate in Latin and Mexican American Studies. I am very fluent in Spanish, as it is my native language. I have helped people learn to speak, write and read the basics of Spanish and have been very successful at it.
1 Subject: Spanish
$25.00/hr
Denton, TX
Starita S. ...I had a deaf student who was very persistent and determined to attend college. He kept trying to accomplish each testing goal until he succeeded. Each of these students helped me learn how to be a better tutor by paying attention to them and by learning new ways to connect with the different ways they learned.
13 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, public speaking
$50.00/hr
Denton, TX
Cynthia H. ...Additionally, I attended the Don Quijote Institute of Languages, Guanajuato, Mexico in their Superintensive course. I enjoy teaching Spanish to all age groups and integrate a variety of techniques to reach the student. I do not simply teach from the book. (That can get boring.) I have a wide v...
1 Subject: Spanish
$45.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Louann O. ...I like to use manipulatives, games, and educational computer games to make learning fun! I love to teach and to see my students be successful.I have an ESL certificate from Texas. I have worked with students in k-5 for over 30 years.
13 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, dyslexia, grammar
$45.00/hr
Frisco, TX

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