Spanish for Educators

Spanish for Educators focuses on developing basic communication skills in Spanish to successfully engage with Spanish-speaking students and parents. Learn to speak, understand, read and write Spanish through hands-on practice.

This class is specifically designed for teachers, administrative support, counselors, nurses, instructional aides, librarians, resource officers and coaches.

Required Textbook:
McGraw-Hill’s “Spanish for Educators”
ISBN: 978-0071464918
Available through Amazon or your local bookstore.

Instructor

Marco Adame-Barcenas

Marco Adame-Barcenas

Marco Adame-Barcenas was born in Mexico City, Mexico. He moved to the United States to study high school and continued to further his education at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He did not speak a word of English, yet from day one ... read more

Who Should Attend

Teachers, administrative support, counselors, nurses, instructional aides, librarians, resource officers, and coaches.

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Be able to communicate more effectively with Spanish-speaking students and their parents.
  • Gain a basic understanding of the Spanish Language

 

Prerequisites

This course is designed for beginning Spanish learners, as well as those with a previous background in Spanish.

Notes

This is a noncredit enrichment program. Progress and courses completed are marked by Continuing Education Units. CEUs are not transferable to college or university transcripts.

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