10 years teaching Spanish, English and Career Research in Florida public schools, Spanish TA in college, and English teacher in Mexico.
My classroom is a community where students learn about life, culture, and history by studying literature and foreign languages.
Gifted coordinator, Rotary foreign exchange student, 4.0 in Spring Arbor educator courses, "Highly effective" rated teacher. No ulcers or gray hairs... yet:)
Selected as a TA for Spanish department at Alma College, foreign exchange student in Mexico, former newspaper staff writer, writing tutor, features editor of college paper
I've been teaching Spanish and English for over a decade, and I've noticed that no matter what books we are using, we're never given really good, thorough reading comprehension questions. And the textbook publishers never supply good vocabulary list and study guides that teachers can print and students can complete. So, I write my own. All of the items in my store are items I've written and used in my classroom to answer the question "What do I need to study?" I don't like giving students surprises on tests, so I create reading and vocabulary/grammar guides that give students an overview of an entire story or Spanish unit that they can keep and study from day one of a unit until the assessment. I hope these help you!