Spanish instruction, Beginning Spanish, Teaching experience
For my Honor's Senior project, I chose to compile my teaching experience of beginning level Spanish. The note book I compiled includes lessons plans, worksheets, exams, and my insights on what I have learned through this project. The notebook's construction has given me the chance to reflect on the magnitude of work required for teaching and the accomplishments I have achieved over the course of three months. Throughout the quarter I have worked on lesson plans, invented a midterm exam, created a grading system, and experimented with different methods of material presentation. During the last three months, I have relied primarily on a system of trial and error in methods of teaching, grading, and overall classroom organization. The teachers of Chuckanut Academy have continually helped me by acting as sources of support and advice. Carolyn Brown, the Director of Chuckanut Academy, has served as valuable resource and mentor in the planning and construction of my class.
Manuel, Carla J. (Carla Jennings), "Spanish Instruction" (1996). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 214.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Spanish language--Study and teaching (Elementary)--English speakers
student projects; term papers
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