If you're learning Spanish and having a hard time with unfamiliar concepts or simply want to learn more, Varsity Tutors would be happy to assist you in reaching for your goals with top-notch Jacksonville Spanish lessons. Spanish is the second most used language in the world after Mandarin Chinese. It is also the second most spoken language in the United States. Spanish is a Romance language and is the official language of about 20 different countries. It is also the most studied language in the United States for many reasons.
One of the more common reasons people learn Spanish is for a school requirement. If you're a student attending a school such as Oakleaf High School or Mandarin High School, you may be required to take a foreign language course in order to graduate. Many higher education institutions such as the University of North Florida or Jacksonville University also require foreign language credits depending on the type of degree program you're in. Spanish lessons are a great way to supplement your school classes
Perhaps you're an established professional and are looking for ways to advance your career. Being able to speak Spanish fluently is an advantageous skill for any resume. There are 45 million people in the US alone who speak Spanish as a native or second language. Being able to reach this customer base is a tool you can use to gain an edge on other applicants.
Maybe you are planning to travel to Spain, Argentina, Guatemala, Mexico, or any of the other Spanish-speaking countries. Being able to engage in even the most basic of conversational skills can enhance your experience as you navigate the new area and culture of the area you're visiting.
No matter what your reasons for wanting to learn or practice Spanish, Varsity Tutors can get you started with the right Jacksonville Spanish tutor or class to help you reach for your goals.
What are the various skills or topics I can learn in Jacksonville Spanish lessons to help me learn the language?
Learning any new language can be difficult. However, if you work hard and have the right assistance, you can achieve fluency in the Spanish language. Your Spanish lessons can help you with unfamiliar concepts such as verb conjugation, gendered nouns, and assist you in understanding irregular verbs. You can also receive assistance with learning the proper pronunciation of any sounds you are having a hard time with. You can receive help understanding which nouns are considered masculine or feminine and receive assistance in understanding how this changes the articles or adjectives you are using. Learning all of these skills is important when learning to speak Spanish. A Spanish course can help you gain confidence in your ability to speak fluently.
What are the benefits of signing up for an online class for my Jacksonville Spanish lessons?
When you sign up for an online class with Varsity Tutors, you'll be able to access your classes using our interactive online learning platform. This unique learning environment allows you to access live class sessions anywhere you can find a computer and high-speed internet, making it possible to take your classes from the comfort of your own home. The platform also allows you to work on group projects with your classmates. You may have the opportunity to take part in group discussions or participate in various collaborative activities as you study the different skills necessary to improve your ability to speak Spanish. Working with others in this way has been shown to help students understand concepts more easily. For example, when working on vocabulary, you may be able to gain insight into different mnemonic devices to help you remember words more easily. When practicing your conversation skills with classmates, you'll be working on listening, speech, and pronunciation. You'll also have the option to set aside one-on-one time with your instructor if you find yourself struggling and need clarification on a topic being taught in the class.
When you enroll, you'll be able to choose between taking a two-week or four-week class. We offer class sessions at different times of the day and new sessions begin every month. This should make it easy for you to find a session that fits with your calendar. Our online classes are a great option for students who enjoy a social learning environment.
How is working with a private Jacksonville Spanish tutor different than being in a class?
Working with a private Jacksonville Spanish tutor is very different than enrolling in a class. With this option, your teacher only has one student: you. Instead of making lesson plans which must take a large number of students into account, your instructor has the ability to focus on your specific needs. He or she can take time to learn your academic strengths and weaknesses, as well as determining your preferred learning method. For example, if you are an auditory learner, your private teacher can assign an audiobook or Spanish podcasts for you to listen to. This kind of personalization is difficult in a traditional classroom environment. This option is excellent for learners who prefer a more informal and personal learning environment.
You have the option of meeting your instructor using our online Live Learning Platform or meeting in person. The Live Learning Platform allows you to attend face-to-face study sessions with your instructor from the comfort of your favorite study spot, whether that's at home, at the public library, or a local cafe. When you meet your instructor in person, you also have the option to meet at the time and location of your choice.
How do I sign up to start Jacksonville Spanish lessons?
When you're ready to begin your Spanish lessons, all you have to do is call and speak to one of our directors. We'll answer any questions you have and help you sign up either an online class or private instruction. Pick up the phone right now and let Varsity Tutors get you signed up for exceptional Jacksonville Spanish lessons.
Glenda: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
ACCOUNTING: Need help in making sense of all those accounting principles and entries that you must make?? ESPANOL: You want help from someone who is sympathetic to the challenges of learning a new language and can make the experience enjoyable and not a drudgery?? Then I am the tutor for you!... Allow the student to articulate the following: 1) His like/dislike of the subject matter; 2)His understanding of the subject matter; 3)Where his understanding goes off track; 4) current study habits for the subject I would then explain the importance of the subject to the overall scheme of his learning. Lay out the appropriate study habit for the subject matter. Depending upon the immediate needs of the student (i.e. preparation for an upcoming test), I would gauge an appropriate starting point.
Dominique: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
...have worked with elementary, middle school, high school and adult students, covering a variety of subjects. I mainly focus on helping students achieve academic success in the language arts (essay, creative and legal writing, reading comprehension, and research), social studies related subjects (government, law, U.S. and comparative history), public speaking and study skills. Highlights of my experience working to help students achieve academic success include: --A year as an AmeriCorps volunteer where I worked as...
Education & Certification
- Santa Clara University - Bachelors, Political Science and Government
- St. Thomas University School of Law - Masters, J.D., Law
- High School English
- Essay Editing
- Study Skills and Organization
- +14 subjects
Monica: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
I am an MBA graduate and native Spanish speaker. I have worked as a Spanish Coach and enjoyed very much teaching and coaching students who were learning the language. Outside of this, I enjoy reading, exercising, and traveling.
Carlene: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
...of Mississippi School of Law, and before that I graduated from Florida Southern College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. I spent three summers studying abroad in England, two at Downing College in Cambridge and one at Harlaxton (a campus of the University of Evansville). Before all of that, I earned my International Baccalaureate diploma from Bartow High School. I have a passion for learning and am excited to share that with others....
Christopher: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
I have been taking upper-level math and science classes at the University of North Florida for some time. I have about 33 credits remaining for a bachelor's degree with a concentration in general physics and a minor in mathematics. I hope to simplify matters that might seem complicated. Many times complex concepts are best mastered in a step-by-step fashion. This approach demands patience, however, it usually ends in a cumulative understanding of these principal concepts.
Andria: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
I am originally from the U.S. Virgin Islands and moved to Jacksonville to complete my education. I have made Jacksonville my home and enjoying living in the quiet city. I enjoy working with children and have a variety of experiences including Sunday school teacher, Duval County Schools Teacher, Extended day teacher and even experience as a baby sitter. I look forward to working with your future leader and providing the tools necessary for your future...
Education & Certification
- University of North Florida - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
- Liberty University & Florida Coastal School of Law - Masters, Business & Law
- College Essays
- +22 subjects
Melissa: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
...University of North Florida with a Bachelors Degree in Accounting. I plan to return to UNF to obtain my Masters Degree within the next two years in my quest toward my CPA certification. My favorite part about tutoring is the ???AHA!??? moment- the moment when it all finally comes together and a student understands. I can physically see on a student???s face when this happens and the excitement of it all finally making sense. When...
Education & Certification
- University of North Florida - Bachelors, Accounting
- College Accounting
- Elementary School Math
- +39 subjects
Crystal: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
...of Arts in Spanish and with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting. I also earned a Master of Science in Education from Johns Hopkins University. I currently teach 9th grade English I and English I Honors. I love teaching, and more than my love for teaching, I love helping students to realize and reach their potential. My hobbies include reading and digital editing. Each tutoring session will be an opportunity for students to ask questions,...
Education & Certification
- SAT Writing and Language
- +25 subjects
Emily: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
...in the Communications, Media & Journalism department and have over six years of experience working with high school and college students. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from New College of Florida and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. While I'm a photographer by trade, I also have a passion for and expertise in Math and the Natural Sciences -- as well as...
Alexander: Jacksonville Spanish lesson instructor
...students achieve academic success. Tutoring to me means helping students acquire the skills needed to successfully and consistently pass exams. There is an important difference between reading subject material (which can often be boring), and studying subject content (which is much more likely to be dynamic). I acquired my medical diploma while residing in a foreign country, studying in a foreign language, and because of that I could not learn the material simply by reading...
Education & Certification
- Instituto Universitario de Ciencias de la Salud - Bachelors, Medicine
- Instituto Universitario de Ciencias de la Salud - PHD, Medicine
- Spanish 3
- Spanish 4
- +12 subjects