Teaching Language with a Passion
¡Bienvenidos a mi clase de español!
Hello, and welcome to my Spanish class! My name is Rachel Blane (you may call me Miss Rei) and I have created two beginner level Spanish classes on this website to help you succeed in your language studies. I have a sincere passion for our culturally rich world and hope to engage my students with the same magic and inspiration that those languages and cultures have bestowed upon me. I believe that global competence is important and that all of my students should be highly prepared for the future language melting pot that essentially is our nation/job market. I love to travel, practice other languages, shop, daydream, listen to Japanese pop music, and make all sorts of nifty crafts and jewelry during my free time. I hope this will be an exciting couple of classes for everyone, and I wish you all the best of luck!
Spanish Level 1
Spanish Level 1 is a class that will discuss the basics such as how to conjugate basic verbs, greetings, a variety of vocabulary, how to express opinions and feelings, weather, the school setting, and other necessities for how to survive in day to day life. Look for some of the youtube links I have posted to get a better idea!
Spanish Game Site~
Spanish Level 2
Spanish Level 2 will be slightly more difficult with more detailed projects, longer conversations, advanced verb tenses, and critical analysis with various Spanish authentic texts. You can also find more about the content of this class by searching through some youtube videos I have posted. Enjoy~
Here are a few links that I think are supportive for fun and engaging language instruction.
Interactive Powerpoint Techtorial
These links are helpful assistive technology resources that will be beneficial to students with special needs who maybe are unable to write or see well.
This keyboard is for people with many disabilities who need a keyboard that changes its face. Also available are talking keyboards for people who need to listen to one thing while working on another project. It also gives speech feedback.
The QuickLink pen can scan, store, take notes, and save data for later so that students can go back to review what they marked. This is great for people with dyslexia who have difficulty reading and may need to take extra time to look at their notes.
Teacher Resource Links