About

This blog is meant to be a place to share ideas, experiences, and materials used in the teaching of high school world language classes.  Though I’ve been teaching for 20+ years, this year has been a metamorphosis in many ways.  I changed schools and now get to combine both of my fields of study: medicine and Spanish as I teach “all the Spanishes”. Going from a huge school to a tiny one has been one of many Aventuras Nuevas this year. Away from school, I love spending time on other adventures with friends and family.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Profe Rita says:

    Hola! I love your chat mat for the quarantine. I have created a slideshow/unit based on the song “En mi cuarentena” by Juan Andrés Ospina. I would like your permission to include a link to your mat as part of the resources. I am not selling this unit (not my song!), but I would like to offer it for free in my TPT store. Can I include the link?

  2. Jennifer Kindlarski says:

    Hola! Thank you so much for your blog. I really like your weekend chat mats. Are these available for purchase in TeachersPayTeachers? The reason I ask is I would like to edit some of the activities to fit our Wisconsin seasons. For example on your updated “quarantine” chat mat you have I rode my bike. Because it’s winter students don’t do that in Wisconsin. I’d like to replace it with skiing or snowmobiling. I also want to be able to modify for the times of year (holidays, making cookies, etc.)
    Gracias!

  3. ¡Hola!
    Greetings from Centro MundoLengua in Sevilla, Spain! Your blog is really a treasure for Spanish teachers 🙂. Is there anyway to get in touch with you? 🙂

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