I have a teaching diploma from Cervantes Institute and I have also a degree in Building Architectural Engineering. Such a weird combination, isn't it?
I am currently teaching Spanish in a language school and I am also providing several one to one lessons and group lessons, both Spanish and English. Besides, I have been teaching Spanish to children in Scotland in a summer camp.
At the moment I am teaching beginners, GCSE and A levels.
I have been teaching English to children (6 to 18 years old) for over two years. I was based in an English summer school camp where I did very entertaining activities while learning English. Also I have taught some adults, both in groups and one to one lessons.
My lessons tend to have many extra activities for having fun, as I believe the best way to learn is by enjoying your time, either for children or for adults. I am a very creative and logical minded person which helps me explain the lessons in a very simple and easy way even when the subject is meant to be difficult.
Currently teaching students who are going to Spain for summer holidays, the learning is based on topics such as going shopping, going to restaurants, asking for directions..etc.
I also offer a program based on vocabulary and grammar for those who want to learn the rules and the language.
It's only my sons second lesson ,however I am very impressed on how much my son is enjoying learning a different language.Patricia is very friendly and enthusiastic and put my son at ease straight away .I would recommend the lessons to anyone.