I've been teaching Spanish as a foreign language for more than twenty years now.
I lived abroad for years but came back to Spain 7 years ago. I really enjoy teaching my native language. I've also had the opportunity to see published what I've learned in the classroom.
"Libro de ejercicios del Diccionario práctico de gramática" by Edelsa and "Protagonistas" By SM both in Spain.
1983 Bachelor of Education. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
1989 Master in Spanish Filology. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Professional Work Experience as Spanish Teacher for non native speakers.
1989 Dinámica, Madrid.
1990-93 Profesores de Español School Madrid.
1993-97 Tándem, Escuela Internacional, Madrid.
1996-97 Escuela Popular La Prospe. Madrid.
2004-07 Enforex, Madrid
1995 Clark University. Worcester, Massachusetts.
1997 El Taller Latinoamericano. New York.
1997 Multi-Languages Consultans Inc. New York.
1997 English Language Learning Centre, New York.
1998-2000 The Language Training Centre. Kingston.
1998-2000 University of The West Indies, Kingston.
2001 English Language Services. Paris.
2002/2004 Télélangue. Paris.
In my opinion, learning a foreign language has some kind of magic. I really like teaching my native language. At the same time I consider myself as a French and English learner and I think for a language teacher it´s important to combine both experiences,
I believe that learning a language by Skype is an excellent experience. Teacher and learner are in very good communicative conditions and this wonderful tool makes it possible to talk and to read and write, just like into the classroom.