I am a teacher qualified to teach Spanish at different levels of education: primary, secondary and university (QTS). My Degree in Philology is based on a deep and extended study over Spanish Language, Literature and Culture. In addition, I attended a course about Pedagogic Competence Skills for young and adult learners and recently completed other one for Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language for Children” at London Cervantes Institute.
In terms of my experiences, I am currently giving Spanish lessons as a tutor to children, adults, professionals and university students. Previously I have been working at secondary school in Oldham, as a volunteer Spanish teacher assistant for pupils of KS3, providing supporting with the duties of their lessons and helping the development of activities within the classroom. I have also been giving them extra-class conversation, according to daily lesson objectives, with small groups or pairs for practise their speaking and listening and like this improving their Spanish pronunciation. As well as I have been making some practices as a teacher assistant for KS2 at primary school in Salford helping with pupil daily routines. Other duties I have been doing: working as a childcare with a few British families since September 2014. Before I had been working for a year as a Spanish teacher and for ten years as an Assistant book seller to schools and nurseries customers in a publisher by children's and youth's literature, both in Madrid, Spain.