Spanish Cubed

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It's easy to learn which Spanish words require written accents with this poster. Sun graphic gives you an easy to remember visual cue. Poster works hand in hand with the classroom exercises that include illustrations and answer page.
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Expands and supports the novel Pobre Ana by Blaine Ray. Makes a complete beginner's Spanish course by pairing the nine lessons with the nine chapters of the novel. Each lesson has three parts. Part 1 has Illustrations to prompt retelling of events
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Color chart displays the 125 most frequent words in Spanish. A second chart shows the English translation of each word. Words are divided into five categories: nouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs and function words. Students play 5-Word Bingo and
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught Spanish for over twenty-five years to children, homeschoolers, college students and adult education and now I'm having fun teaching my grandkids with games and songs. As an adjunct college professor, I taught beginning, intermediate and conversational Spanish. I also traveled to Madrid with the students for summer study.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Learning a second language should be a lot like you learned your first language. The most common words are acquired first, usually with a visual image that goes together with what you are hearing. I love using lots of visuals as prompts to get the students talking. About ten years ago I discovered a frequency dictionary of Spanish by Mark Davies and it revolutionized my teaching strategy to include more "high frequency" words in my lessons. It's really helped my beginning students to communicate faster after learning those frequent words and putting the words together with illustrations.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I hold a bachelor's in Spanish from Carroll College in Helena, MT.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I came from my native country of Cuba at age seven and couldn't speak a word of English. I remember feeling a little scared when the teacher would ask me something and I couldn't respond. It didn't take long to learn English in a "total immersion" environment. I was the translator for my grandmother whenever we went out shopping. I feel like I can really empathize with struggling students - it makes me love teaching Spanish!

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