In October I was contacted by a fellow blogger who asked if I minded if she nominated me for The Funniest Homeschool Blog Award at the Homeschool Post. I was thrilled! The voting came and went. One day I checked the site to see the winners’ list. I scrolled down to The Funniest Blog Award . . . → Read More: Speekee TV–Easy Spanish for Young Children
My third year teaching Spanish at a small Christian school in Nebraska, I was ambitious enough to start a Spanish club and plan a trip. The students and I worked hard to raise as much money as we could by doing odd jobs, having holiday fund raisers, and buying a snack machine for the school.
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I learned a lot my first year teaching Spanish. The kids would often ask me what words meant that I didn’t know. They would act offended every time I told them that I didn’t know the meaning of a word and to look it up in their Spanish/English dictionary. “But you’re the Spaaaaaaanish teacher,” they . . . → Read More: A New Spanish Teaching Strategy
My high school Spanish teacher was my favorite teacher. It was hard to find subs in Oklahoma that could speak Spanish, so since I was a native speaker, when he wasn’t able to make it to class he would have me teach the lesson, and the sub would sit in the back and supervise. This . . . → Read More: A Cool Spanish Teacher