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During the initial lesson with a new student, I have the opportunity to correctly assess his or her current level of Spanish. Once this is done, I am then able to recommend the appropriate text book to suit their particular needs. Over the years I have reviewed many different books available on today's market, and have narrowed this choice down to a select few at each Spanish level. So no matter whether you are a beginner or a more advanced student, I will be able to suggest the right text book for you. Luckily, they are also very reasonably priced.
Over the years, I have also developed a wealth of proprietary teaching materials that I often use in addition to the recommended text books listed above. These consists of handouts and homework exercises for each of the "Beginner", "Intermediate" and "Advanced" levels. In addition, I also recommend many other alternative sources for students to practice their Spanish reading and pronunciation. These include: magazine articles; Spanish movies; Spanish newspapers; Spanish authors; as well as many of the Spanish clubs and societies located right here in New York City.
At the end of each lesson, I generally set each student a few homework exercises to enable the student to practice the topics covered in the lessons. This also helps to reinforce the material covered during the lesson and enables the student to practice in between lesson.
Please note that any student who is really serious about becoming fluent in Spanish must be willing to put in the additional time and effort required outside of the weekly classes. The homework exercises will help to guide you in this effort and will noticeably speed up your progress when taken seriously. After all, 'practice makes perfect!'
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