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Spanish Tutoring in New York City, NY
Customized private in-home and online tutoring
Varsity Tutors offers Spanish tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Spanish through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
Selected Spanish Tutors in New York City, NY
Our outstanding tutors are available and excited to help you conquer Spanish. They have attended renowned programs like MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other leading schools.
Suny Oneonta - Childhood Education & Spanish
Queens College - Childhood Education With Bilingual Extension
University Of Texas At Austin - Double Major: Spanish Literature; History
Mc Gill University - Law
New York University - Economics
How we help you master: Spanish
CHOOSING INSTRUCTIONAL SPANISH GOALS
You will have learning objectives mapped out by our educational director based on your specific academic needs.
IDENTIFYING INSTRUCTIONAL PRIORITIES
Your instructor will identify your current skill level in Spanish, as well as specific weaknesses to be addressed.
INDIVIDUALIZED LESSON PLANS
Our personalized instruction will teach you how to address your weaknesses, polish your strengths, and succeed.
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
We discussed scoring and related general strategy for the SAT. We discussed the importance of vocabulary for success on sentence completion questions and strategies for learning vocabulary. Finally, we discussed the general techniques to use for sentence completion questions.
The first part of the session was English. We went over the problems the student had missed on his homework section. Then, we discussed the 8 comma rules, and I gave him a quiz on the material. During the second part, we did a complete reading section, and reviewed the problems that were incorrect or unfinished. That was a wrap. I think he will do well on his test.
I evaluated Reading fluency and we spoke about previewing strategies that help Comprehension. I also gave him a multiple intelligences survey to help boost his confidence in seeing the many areas he's strong, so he can use his strengths to help him.
We worked today on organizing his essay, creating a strong thesis statement and including 3 concrete examples per topic sentence. I'm looking forward to seeing how this essay turns out.
The student and I worked a little bit on chemistry and spent the majority of our time practicing the English and reading sections on the ACT. She did a very good job.
The student and I reviewed systems of equations which is the topic he is currently learning in Algebra. We went over three of the methods for solving systems including: graphing, substitution, and elimination. He has a good understanding of what a system is and how to solve for them. We also reviewed several sections from his Earth Science textbook. We reviewed topics such as Pangaea and formation of ocean rifts.
We started using a workbook. The student has come so far since we've started that all of his books at home are too easy for him to read. This workbook has him reading less, but more challenging text, and adds reading comprehension exercises to our tutoring.
The student is making steady progress on the verbal section. I am feeling very proud of her progress, but also believe that it will be beneficial for her to slow down. I have been giving her exercises (such as writing out her thought process to check scrambled paragraphs) to moderate her tendency to rush and under-check answers.
This session I worked with the student to help structure an essay concerning Romeo and Juliet. I told the student how to look for various themes in works and how to structure the essay in a way that made it fluid. I worked with the student to help structure his thoughts in an essay by asking a number of questions. Told the student to continue looking at history review for next session. No grades nor concerns.
The student had outlined for an essay prompt ,which she wrote in session and we reviewed and edited. The student showed excellent organization of ideas. Word choice and attention to structure are areas of focus. Assigned practice tests: writing sections.
The student is working on personal narratives and using 5 senses in describing objects. She did a great job on her book review! She is making amazing progress in her sentence structure and usage while writing.
Today the student and I worked through a challenging worksheet on sinusoidal functions and determining best fit for modeling data. He does an excellent job of reasoning through questions. He is capable of working through problems even when they are difficult. We also briefly discussed his quiz tomorrow, although a lot of the worksheet lent itself to the material for the quiz. I pointed out the pages in his book that he needed to look at to study tonight and we will focus on geometry next week.
How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master Spanish?
Varsity Tutors offers Spanish tutoring in New York City, NY and the surrounding metro area. Our tutors are enthusiastic, brilliant tutors who will make your studies in Spanish as efficient as they are fun.
Varsity Tutors offers Spanish tutoring in New York City, NY and the surrounding metro area that can help you master the language completely. Whether you’re struggling to conjugate subjunctive verbs or speak confidently, our Spanish tutors’ expertise and guidance can help you take the next step towards becoming completely fluent in Spanish.
Being fluent in Spanish is a skill that many employers love to see on an applicant’s resumé, but learning the language can be difficult. Whether you are trying to master Spanish on your own or taking an academic course, if the way in which material is presented to you doesn’t match your own learning style, the class can quickly become much more difficult than it needs to be. Our Spanish tutors in New York City, NY meet with you in your home or at a place you select when it is convenient in your schedule, and they work with you individually in the way and at the pace that best suits your individual needs. Private Spanish tutoring allows you to control the pace and location of your learning, and our tutors work to accommodate your busy NYC schedule and personal learning goals. Speaking skills are often woefully neglected when one tries to learn Spanish on one’s own and given short shrift in Spanish courses, but working with a Varsity Tutors New York City-based Spanish tutor ensures that you can get as much practice as you need for working with the subtleties of pronunciation and accents, ensuring that instead of just memorizing vocabulary words that you can’t pronounce correctly, you can speak confidently and be understood!
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