Hi! My name is Jessica, I'm from the United States, and I've been teaching English for 8 years. My experience includes online teaching, 1 year of teaching primary school students in Madrid, Spain, and 4 years of teaching local students at my university. I have a degree in Communication and Hispanic Studies. In the past, I have guided students in preparation for the citizenship exam, those who were studying in university, and students looking for extra conversational practice. As a teacher, I am a patient and understanding. I know what it's like to learn a language and feel timid about making mistakes. I'll help you:
- Feel confident and comfortable in your speaking ability, pronunciation, vocabulary and conversational skills
- American idioms and expressions
Take a class and see immediate improvements in your English now!
Communication, Concentration in Broadcast and Hispanic Studies
2013 - 2013
B.A. Hispanic Studies
Universidad Complutense de Madrid - Madrid, Spain
2016 - 2018
Auxiliar de Conversacion
The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport - Madrid, Spain
Implement instructional methods to teach English to primary students, specializing in kindergarten to second grade, with classes of up to 28 students. Responsible for developing educational activities related to the vocabulary used in English and Science courses, focusing substantially on improving verbal communication and pronunciation. Track weekly progress to analyze and ensure overall progression of children’s understanding. Collaborate with other language assistants to maximize lessons provided to each student.
2013 - 2014
English Language Partner
Scranton Council of Literacy Advance - Pennsylvania, USA
2010 - 2014
Language Department Assistant
The University of Scranton - Pennsylvania, USA
Prepare students of adult age for citizenship exam using lesson plans based on the curriculum. Conduct and grade language placement exams, maintain organized files and recordings for each student. Research new teaching practices and present findings to members of the Language Department.