vicrof
vicrof
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30 MIN
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Spanish as a second language

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13.00 USD /single lesson (60 min.)
Languages / Spanish

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nick vicrof
country Mexico
languages English, Spanish
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Education

    • Span ish teacher
    • PRIVATE SPANISH CLASS
    • 2008 - present
    • Mexico Mexico
    • Dram a teacher and theatrical producer
    • PINTORESCO SCENIC COLLECTIVE
    • 2005 - 2010
    • Mexico Mexico
    • Span ish teacher
    • High school
    • 2009 - 2012
    • Mexico Mexico
  • Experience: 10 years

About me

Hi, my name is Victor. I am a professional Spanish teacher as a second language and I have a Spanish teacher certification. I am a teacher drama too. My experience as a theatrical producer, business owner and radio host, has helped me plan, direct, coordinate, organize and choose plays that fall within the contemporary public taste. Applying this to teaching, I have developed strategies and alternate mediums of learning, based on existing methodologies. Through continuous personal research and learning for the benefit of my students, I strive to create progressive class planning, taking into account future problems. Designing creative solutions, plus innovating different study methods opens unexpected avenues where student motivation and self-confidence can bloom. This can't be done alone. Teamwork and communication among teachers are paramount, while each works in their respective field. Our prime and common goal is to help students learn more efficiently and succeed in their personal endeavors and destinies. PRIVATE SPANISH CLASS Spanish as a second language • Reading Skills - Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in different related documents. • Writing - Develop necessary skills to communicate effectively in various appropriate forms. • Speaking – Communicating with other in order to convey salient information effectually. • Instructing - Teaching students how to effectively participate in social life. • Active Listening - Carefully following what the students are saying and taking the necessary time to understand the points being made, asking appropriate questions but without interrupting their discourses.