Lisa Schlottmann

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Lisa Schlottmann
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This worksheet is great to give to students who are in middle school or high school and who are learning or have already learned the names of the predominant Spanish speaking countries (I did not include Equatorial Guinea and the other lesser known
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In the following pages, I give you 3 different project ideas (writing a children’s book, researching a famous Hispanic cultural aspect and the last one is over Hispanic Artists). Each project has its own instruction page and ideas for use to go
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I have combined all of my subjunctive notes to form 2-3 (depending on how you use them) products into 1!! This is 13 pages (including answer keys) of Present Tense Subjunctive Notes that are a great addition to any book! I use the first set of
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This PDF file contains brief explanations on the pronunciation of the Spanish language. There is a "cheat sheet" that I created for native English-speaking parents of younger children learning the language because I could not find one online when I
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This could be used as a homework assignment, a quiz or an addition to a test. It is meant for second year Spanish students. It covers vocabulary over transportation, irregular preterit verbs, present progressive verbs and a few commands. It
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NOTE: I have combined my notes with my practice work and quizzes to create one product! There is now a total of 9 pages. There is a 3 page handout that gives students the ways to form commands (mandatos/imperativos) all in one place. It has Ud.
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The first 5 pages are notes over the Spanish accent rules. The notes are in English and include many examples. It is quite thorough! It is a great comprehensive guide to accents for middle school or above. There is one page of practice (this
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This is a one page handout you can use to help students with the vosotros tense. It gives all tenses on one handy sheet. Most teachers don't teach this but this would be helpful to have for students who plan to study abroad in Spain!
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This is 5 pages of notes over the preterit and imperfect tenses. This is best for a test review or after you have taught them both separately of course. There are also 25 practice examples that have the answers included as well as an essay
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I have taught Spanish to all ages (preK-college/adults) and in all settings since 2001. I usually create my own curriculum even when I taught at a public high school. I have also taught at Texas A&M and the University of North Texas, where I was required to use their curriculum. I prefer to be as creative as I can and use my own teaching tools when possible.


I prefer to use hands-on activities that get the kids (and adults!) engaged. I like cooperative learning and use it the bulk of the time in the classroom. I believe in worksheets, but not to the extreme. I believe when teaching Spanish it's important to teach all areas: listening, speaking, writing, and reading. I like to have a variety of activities (games, puzzles, group projects, songs, and with Spanish even videos are a must in my opinion to help with oral comprehension). I try to incorporate technology as much as possible as well.


I was involved in Sigma Delta Pi, the National Hispanic Honor's Society in Graduate School. Throughout college I was on the Dean's and/or President's List. While teaching, I was fortunate to work at a high school that allowed me to implement AP Spanish courses, which I consider an honor for sure. I also maintain a current teaching certificate in Spanish (secondary level) in the state of Texas.


I have my Bachelor's Degree in Spanish and my Master's Degree in Curriculum & Instruction and Spanish from the University of North Texas. I completed 45 hours of doctoral coursework in the Hispanic Studies program at Texas A&M University with an emphasis in bilingual education before I realized I have no desire to do a dissertation. I just love to teach and I do not enjoy research or publishing.


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