- Teaches students:
- Ages 12+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
My first language was Spanish, then I formally took and passed the AP Spanish exam in high school. I pursued a bachelor's degree in Spanish Literature and then moved on to teach Dual Immersion in Spanish at the Elementary Level. My fluency also extends to culture. By traveling to Spanish speaking countries I bring added experiences to you!
Students can expect a variety of teaching techniques to improve grammar, conjugating verbs, and tips for vocabulary retention. For AP Spanish exams in Literature and Language, I find that non-native speakers benefit from verbal practice. My background in teaching special education children also helps me quickly identify areas of need. If you are looking to improve your conversational Spanish, then I have fun and creative ways to enhance your practice.
Let's start where you are and improve from there. My passion for words is my first love! I look forward to any questions (preguntas) that you may have.
The RICA was developed specifically for use in teacher credentialing to demonstrate competency in the following four domains.
1. Reading planning, organizing and ongoing assessment
2. Phonological and linguistic processes related to reading
3. Comprehension and promotion of independent reading
4. Oral and written language development
The CSET I and 2 are subject matter competency tests for Elementary School Level
CBEST is administered to all those who have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and pass the Reading, Math, and Writing. It is valid in for adults to teach children in Kindergarten -12th grade. All those who take this exam are registered with the Commission.Show More