I prepare different kinds of material support and work with different tools, base on the age, goals, preferences and interests of my students.
My lessons are very nice, since I am flexible, adaptable, and friendly. I like to develop a kind friendship with my students and made they feel comfortable with me and do not be shy or feel embarrassing to talk, read and write in Spanish. Actually, I love to learn from my students too.
I used to worked in Venezuela as a university teacher for more than 5 years, and I have worked as Spanish teacher in 3 schools in Sugar Land.
I always enjoy to help and teach others, I used to be a tutor when I was studing in the university and help with different classes to my classmates, and other students.
I enjoy interacting with other people no matter what is her/his age. Even when I am a teacher or tutor, I learn from my students too which is really nice for me.
Anyone in need of a very good Spanish teacher, look no farther. Mary who is from Venezuela brings her own lesson plans and is very friendly and easy to work as she supports and challenges to be better
I have been seeing Mary for a few months now, and she has been amazing to work with. She is very approachable and willing to teach at a very high quality level. I would highly recommend her!
I was kinda of hesitant to enroll in a Spanish class but due to my job and my future plans it was necessary. I’m glad I chose Mary. She is not strict but she will keep correcting you until you have done it to her approval. She has exercises and techniques that may seem unconventional but it gets results. Her personality makes the class fun and it really removes the apprehension that I originally had. If it wasn’t for my demanding work schedule, I would take her class 5 days a week. I really look forward to our class now. I took Spanish in high school and college but that was over 30 years ago. Some things I kinda remember, some things I don’t have a clue but Mary will see me thru!!!!!
She is AMAZING. Very organized and methodical and flexible !!
1-The student sends me a text or email, requesting lessons.
2-We schedule a phone call to introduce us and talk about some important points for both parts
3-I will text the student before to call him/her
4-I call the student and talk with he/she for about 30min
5-The student decides base on our call, when, where, how many lessons per week, how many hours per lesson.
6-Before each lesson the student has to pay in advance by cash, Zelle, or direct deposit on cash.
7-The first lesson will be to know each other, and let me know the student goals, interests, preferences, and evaluate his/her level of Spanish knowledge. We could start with some lessons depending on how many hours the lesson is.
1-Teacher certification from Venezuela, Venezuela education office
2-Spanish teacher training by Coloquia Languages Arts