After I finished my degree, in 2009 I did a teaching training course and I started working in a secondary school in Ecuador teaching Spanish and literature to pupils between the ages of 11-18; then in 2011, I set up a language Academy, with my husband, Matthew to help people from Ecuador to learn English, and also to teach Spanish to foreigners from different nationalities. Later in 2012-2013, in the UK, I worked at a primary school supporting the language area. Nowadays, I work as a private Spanish Tutor for young people and adults, also I work in a private secondary school, teaching GCSE Spanish with pupils in year 10 and 11
I love teaching people of all different ages, as I’ve worked with children, teenagers and adults in the past, as well as volunteering to aid the mentally and physically disabled. I think the most important part of being a language teacher is to motivate you to actually think in the language that you are learning, so it will be easier for you to feel comfortable and confident about learning any new language.
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I am greatly interested in everything that stems from different cultures of the world, as I come from a family with Spanish and Ecuadorian backgrounds. Additionally, I have a keen interest in Foreign Languages, Psychology, Education, and Digital technologies, as I truly believe that there is an interactive fusion between all these disciplines. In addition, I enjoy practising yoga and dancing salsa, and in my moments of free time I love watching social documentaries. All together I have a varied range of hobbies and interests and I regularly switch between them and then gain interest in new things that I learn, which is why teaching can never be dull.