Learning Spanish In A Classroom Setting Analysis

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I have been peer tutoring three students in Spanish for at least three hours a week since my freshman year. Learning Spanish in a classroom setting since I was a second grader has instilled a love of the Spanish language. Having initially struggled with learning Spanish and subsequently having to figure out how to learn the material, I knew that I could help other students with the same dilemma. As is often the case, students who struggle find solace in apathy. Most students are eager to learn and sometimes certain classroom settings defeat their spirit, especially when these students don’t take to subject matter naturally. Tutoring reinvigorates an excitement about learning, as each student feels more confident and capable. The apathy
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