I graduated from the International University of Barcelona with a bachelor's degree in Education. I have over 10 years of Spanish tutoring experience, teaching students of all ages and proficiency levels. I foster a welcoming and encouraging environment, and design individualized lesson plans that suit your unique learning style.
I prepare structured lesson plans that are completely customized to each of my student’s level, goals and needs (materials and practice worksheets included). And I keep the sessions interactive so that students stay focused, engaged and motivated.
I absolutely LOVE working as a tutor! It's incredibly rewarding to watch my students learn, grow, gain confidence and achieve success. I am passionate about empowering students to succeed by tapping into their learning potential!
Anna's enthusiasm is balanced with her laid-back attitude to learning. She made me feel seamlessly comfortable, which is exactly hat i look for in a teacher.
Anna is a great teacher. Lessons with her are funny, pleasant and effective. I can strongly recommend Anna even if you don't know any words in Spanish.
I’ve been learning Spanish with Anna during the last year, and no doubt that she’s one of the best teachers that I’ve ever worked with. She makes you feel confident and she helps you to learn Spanish fast. Highly recommend Anna if you’d like to improve your Spanish.
1) I assess the student’s current level, strengths and areas for improvement.
2) I ask what the student’s goals are.
3) I put together a tutoring plan that maps out what topics we will focus on, what materials we will use and a timeline, including how often we should meet and for how long.
I posses a Bachelor Degree in Education (University of Barcelona)
Sessions tend to be about 45 minutes long.
If you turn out to be a "regular" student, for instance three to five times a week, I can give a bit of a discount.
I accept Venmo or Zelle.
I have worked with students from 3 years old to 70 years old. I have been working 1:1 in person and online and I also have been an Elementary school teacher in Spain.
My last job was Spanish teacher in a language academy in Los Angeles.
I would advise the student to work with a teacher who caters to their particular learning needs. Does the student have any special interests the teacher should incorporate into the lesson? As a student, if you are having fun during the lesson and the activities are engaging, that's a sign you are also learning. Also if you take risks and are not afraid to make mistakes, that means your teacher is creating a a safe, comfortable learning environment that promotes language acquisition.