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Enseño inglés a través del arte, la música, el teatro, la interacción pública y la escritura. Cada clase se basa en una determinada forma para que el cerebro no solo aprenda un idioma, sino que también aprenda a través del entretenimiento para mantener todo interesante y divertido.
I teach English through art, music, theatre, public interaction, and writing. Each class is built around a certain form as to keep the brain not only learning a language, but learning through entertainment in order to keep everything interesting and fun.
Living here in Buenos Aires, I find it a lot more beneficial to interact with others that I know who are bilingual and work in the artistic industry. As well as previously stated, I have a degree in the arts which brings a different and more interesting approach to language.
City / Country of origin: Valdez, Alaska, USA
Mother language: English
Spoken languages: English, Spanish, Other
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Hi! My name is Teresa and I am from Alaska, USA. I love to teach through games and art because it's a way to expand the imagination and reaches both sides of the brain. Plus it makes fun. I love to read, listen to music and sing, I'm an avid traveler and have been to quite a good amount of different places a cultures. My favorite thing to do; however, is cook.
Hola! Mi nombre es Teresa y soy de Alaska, EE.UU. He ensenando en muchos paises diferentes. Y eso me da la oportunidad de aprender de mis estudiantes y amigos también. Me encanta ensenar con arte y juegos. Yo, me encanta viajar, arte, musica, leyendo, y mas. Pero a mi me gusta a cocinar mas que todo.
This might prove difficult, because it's American Sign Language. So...
I have a BFA with a major in Theatre and a double minor in education and original works.
I studied at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA and graduated in 2006.
I have taught English (focusing on youth and children) in Nepal, India, Japan, Thailand, Brazil, and Argentina.
In Nepal and India I also taught American Sign Language to primary schools, as well as translated for the local Deaf community.