MS Intro to Spanish

TAUGHT BY

Janet Wilde

7th-8th Grade

This introduction will build a foundation upon which students can develop an interest and understanding of Spanish, giving them relevant tools to guide them into further language study. We will explore real-life vocabulary and language skills through oral, listening, reading, and written practice. Students will learn basic Spanish conversation, writing, and phonics through a combination of speaking activities, songs, games, and traditional methods.

CLASS MATERIALS

Materials needed: regular composition notebook, pencils, glue stick, scissors. $10 supply fee per student. Please direct questions to Janet at janetjeremy@morrisbb.net.

Being half-Cuban, Janet Wilde grew up speaking Spanish. She earned a B.A. in Spanish Education from Clemson Univ., and a Master’s of Library Science from Univ. of SC. Janet has taught Spanish at the elementary and high school levels, and has served as a Spanish interpreter in various fields. She enjoys spending time with the Lord and her family and friends, reading and rescuing old books, blogging, cooking and baking, homeschooling her two girls, doing genealogy research, watching her girls play tennis, and leisurely perusing thrift shops and antique stores.