I graduated from the University of Oviedo, Spain with a Master’s degree in Teaching Spanish as a second language. Throughout my undergraduate education, I had the opportunity to enrich my life by studying French in Belgium and France. Through these experiences I understood how difficult it is studying a second language and how frustrated you feel when you cannot communicate with local people. These feelings encouraged me to teach Spanish in a dynamic and helpful way, where students do not encounter the same fears as I previously had.
With this in mind, through my internships as a Spanish teacher, I was lucky to have the chance to share my passion of teaching Spanish with students in different levels of learning and varying ages in a multi-cultural environment.
Also, my Degree in Modern languages, maiored in French Language and Culture gave me the chance to work as a teacher assistant in French Alliance where I taught French to children, teenagers and adults from basic to intermediate levels of learning.
I treat each student individual encouraging them to work in their weakness but use their strengths to their advantage. I love to bring French and Spanish culture to the class which makes students more interested in the new language.