Private Spanish Tutor from StudyPoint
Dear Parent -
In my experience, learning a foreign language often seemed like a case of the haves and have-nots: for some of my classmates it came as naturally as learning to walk. For me, it was a constant struggle.
When learning Spanish doesn't come easily, the problem is compounded by the fact that it can be just plain embarrassing to ask for help. It's one thing to raise your hand and ask for help in math class, and it's an entirely different thing to attempt the same task in a foreign language. Doing so is often awkward and uncomfortable, and especially so for self-conscious teenagers. As a result, many students simply keep quiet and thereby fall further and further behind.
Working with a Spanish tutor offers two key benefits. First, your child's tutor can fill learning gaps and move at an appropriate pace for his or her current ability level. Second, a private tutor offers your child a safe environment in which to ask questions and practice diction. Once he or she is feeling more confident, your child will become more engaged in class. From there it's only a matter of time before he or she no longer needs the support of a tutor.
With as little as 90-minutes a week a great Spanish tutor can help your child learn the structures, diction, and vocabulary that are the difference between success or failure with a foreign language. Private tutoring can also provide your child the encouragement and discipline that are so essential to being prepared and feeling confident for that big Spanish test or final exam.
If your child would benefit from the support of a private Spanish tutor, I encourage you to click the link below to learn more about StudyPoint and our unique approach to academic tutoring.
CEO & Co-Founder