Living in four
different countries from an early age has meant I have been exposed
to a number of different cultures and I believe my interest in
studying modern languages has stemmed from this. I think it is a
shame that so few people speak another language as it opens up an
immense amount of opportunities. At the moment, I aspire to use a
language in a
businesssetting but am also interested in interpreting. I enjoy
helping other students develop their Spanish skills as I find that
teaching others is the best way to learn. I therefore act as a
Spanish mentor for younger students in the school.
My interest in business has developed from working at Waitrose. They have an unusual business model, based on staff partnership with the focus on encouraging staff to contribute their show more content
This has furthered my interest in combining Spanish with Business. Another topic I have enjoyed was Popular Culture specifically the sub-topic of cinema. This would be an interest I would like to pursue as part of a degree. Some Spanish movies I have watched include Pan's Labyrinth, Julieta and El Espiritu de la Colmena. After immersing myself into Spanish culture through film, I began to discover other aspects of it, specifically in literature. My favourite being Como Agua Para Chocolate by Laura Esquivel, which has helped to broaden my understanding of Spanish and South American culture. I have also studied Maths and Biology. These subjects have taught me how to analyse and interpret information which are useful skills for my chosen degree. As part of my Biology studies there were many opportunities to do group work which has given me the teamwork skills necessary for higher level study. It has also improved my independent learningskills through further research of the subject while maths has given me the opportunity to improve my problem solving
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