The New Spanish Teacher

Feeling nervous about your first day or first year of teaching Spanish?

Check out these links- they are very helpful.  I watched everyone of them and found the information shared and demonstrated to be ideas that can actually be implemented in a Spanish language classroom.

Be a reflective educator. While you watch these videos think, How can I use this in my classroom?  If you can use it, great! If not, then can someone you know use it?

Best of Luck!

-Anel Patricia


Classroom Management- Day 1, Week 1:

As you watch this video complete the note sheet provided as a tool to help you reflect and prepare for your first day of school.

PDF: ClassroomManagement Week1Day1PDF


Classroom Management: Procedures and Routines

As you watch this video complete the note sheet provided as a tool to help you reflect and prepare for your first day of school.

PDF: ClassroomManagementRoutineProcedurepdf


Great Read – Click the Picture!

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Helpful Tip- Print the article and keep it by your side. When things get tough read it over and see if you can try something from the list.


The next tip is excellent.

I did this for the first few days of school and in the end we created classroom expectations that I would then post up for each class (I taught high school English/ESOL/Spanish).  It was a great way to start the class on a positive note.

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