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Top 50 Spanish Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Spanish Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Spanish Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.6% of Spanish Teacher resumes contained Spanish Language as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Spanish Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Spanish Teacher:

1. Spanish Language

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Here's how Spanish Language is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Developed engaging lesson plans by incorporating technology to promote Spanish language.
  • Instructed students in Spanish language using innovative educational techniques.
  • Teach future teachers the techniques and strategies of the Spanish language as well as its content and methodology.
  • Teach Spanish Language (Level 1) and provide weekend tutoring for Spanish Level 1 and 2 students.
  • Create every year a Hispanic Heritage celebration with all the Spanish language students participate in different performances.
  • Communicated with students and parents regarding their progress with lessons and overall mastery of the Spanish language.
  • Developed and increased functional proficiency in all aspects of Spanish language with each year of study.
  • Created activities that helped students utilize the Spanish language and culture within the community.
  • Developed and taught Spanish language, culture, and history classes for grades 9-12.
  • Instructed fifth and sixth grade students in written and spoken Spanish language skills.
  • Instructed general education students in the foundations of the Spanish language and culture.
  • Enhanced students' reading development in both English and Spanish language.
  • Instructed Special Needs students in written and spoken Spanish language skills.
  • Educated 7th and 8th graders in the Spanish language and culture.
  • Teach the Spanish language and culture to students in grades 1-8
  • Interact with parents in both English and Spanish languages.
  • Provided the necessary skills needed to enhance Spanish language.
  • Engaged students in the Spanish language and culture.
  • Instruct students in writing/reading the Spanish Language comprehension/grades K to 7 Spanish Tutor- tutored students at the end of the school day
  • Encouraged development of multicultural skills through the study of the Spanish language.

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2. Spanish Curriculum

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Here's how Spanish Curriculum is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Program Development: Developed elementary Spanish curriculum for after-school Spanish club.
  • Developed and implemented an Elementary Spanish Curriculum.
  • Designed an Advanced Placement Spanish curriculum and prepared students to pass the AP Spanish exam by creating engaging, comprehensive lessons.
  • Interact, engage and challenge students in the Spanish curriculum and lead classrooms as needed on 24 hour notice
  • Implemented the Spanish Curriculum, in a method that challenged cognizance, by using a variety of components.
  • Planned and implemented Spanish curriculum, supervised the school Spanish club, helped establish school's accreditation.
  • Revamped Spanish Curriculum (Grades 9-12) for Spanish Department and developed Spanish Club for school.
  • Aligned Elementary Spanish Curriculum to the State of New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
  • Developed and taught the Spanish Curriculum (preschool through 8th grade).
  • Prepared elementary Spanish curriculum for students in grades K through 7th grade.
  • Developed, coordinated, and helped to implement the Spanish Curriculum.
  • Prioritize tasks, work within my department to develop Spanish curriculum.
  • Created and implemented Spanish curriculum for high school students.
  • Participate in the development of the Spanish curriculum.
  • Implemented Spanish curriculum for grades 1-8.
  • Developed Elementary and Middle School Spanish Curriculum American Association of Teachers of Spanish & Portuguese member
  • Design, development, and implementation of a Spanish curriculum
  • Reinforced skills being taught in homeroom classes with Spanish curriculum Modified lessons depending on skills and learning styles of students
  • Created and implemented Spanish curriculum for the Spanish for Heritage Speakers program.
  • Created and implemented Spanish curriculum for 3rd and 4th grade * Invented strategies to motivate and integrate students of multiple abilities

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Enforced classroom management, the concepts of understanding by design, and differentiated instruction in interdisciplinary lessons.
  • Increased students' participation in and outside of classroom activities with passionate instruction and excellent classroom management.
  • Attended weekly professional development meetings to implement effective classroom management and teaching strategies.
  • Developed techniques for classroom management and participated in the Beginning Teacher program.
  • Followed classroom management guidelines to maintain a safe and optimal learning environment.
  • Implemented successful classroom management policy and community-building plan for students.
  • Attended monthly workshops which focused on classroom management and differentiation.
  • Demonstrated useful classroom management skills and implemented effective teaching strategies.
  • Attended several in-house workshops on classroom management.
  • Handled classroom management and curriculum implementation.
  • Use of consistent classroom management to monitor behavior and ensure that all students, staff, and the school is respected.
  • Participate in ongoing staff training sessions centered on classroom management, learning goals, student motivation and engaging learners.
  • Designed a classroom management plan that was conducive to a safe learning environment for all children to learn in.
  • Maintained classroom management using a daily bell ringer, solid agenda, prompts and daily objectives.
  • Establish rules, procedures, and classroom management to maintain a safe and respectful environment.
  • Learned and implemented systems of classroom management, and school-wide task and student management.
  • Maintain excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handled challenging behaviors.
  • Learned classroom management and supervision skills Teacher Support Team Committee Member
  • Collaborate with colleagues about lessons and activities, classroom management, common assessments, and curriculum.

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4. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Designed, developed and delivered lesson plans incorporating new methods of instruction.
  • Constructed differentiated lesson plans with student-centered activities to promote cooperative learning.
  • Develop lesson plans integrating 21st Century skills with traditional instruction.
  • Presented enthusiastic and dynamic lesson plans as a means of creating and nurturing a lifelong love of knowledge in students.
  • Prepared and executed lesson plans for Spanish I & II classes and worked individually with students in after- school tutoring.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and classroom instructional enhancements presented to multiple groups of up to 35 (8-12) graders.
  • Developed and delivered daily lesson plans for up to four different levels of Spanish per semester.
  • Developed lesson plans and materials for both beginner and intermediate level Spanish classes.
  • Create lesson plans and completed learning objectives for an engaging and communicative classroom.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive lesson plans that accommodate all levels of learners.
  • Developed daily lesson plans for 5-6 middle school Spanish classes per day.
  • Created annual plan and daily lesson plans for all grades taught.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans at the high school level.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for K-4th and 6th grade.
  • Prepared and delivered complete lesson plans and activities to children.
  • Design, teach and monitor daily lesson plans.
  • Develop schemes of work and lesson plans.
  • Incorporated Hispanic culture to lesson plans daily.
  • Created lesson plans for introductory Spanish.
  • Developed lesson plans and chose appropiate texsbooks and ancillary teaching materials.

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5. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Execute and maintain appropriate student-centered discipline techniques and effective classroom management strategies to maximize student learning and time-on-task.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities and develop forward-thinking plans to correct ongoing issues.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Integrated differentiated instruction into lessons to enhance student learning and involvement.
  • Administered Student learning objectives exam.
  • Assessed student learning, modified lessons, and administered frequent tests and quizzes to evaluate areas in need of improvement.
  • Improved student learning experience, managing structured, dynamic classroom in areas of teaching, assessment, and behavioral modification.
  • Communicated with colleagues and parents consistently and often to increase the rigor and success of student learning.
  • Assessed student learning formally and informally using a variety of assessments and grading rubrics.
  • Employed activities and techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Incorporated technology (SMART Notebook, Internet) to support instruction and student learning.
  • Differentiated instruction to appeal to a wide variety of student learning styles and needs.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans that fulfill the requirements in student learning styles.
  • Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
  • Use technology on a daily basis to enhance student learning.
  • Created a curriculum to challenge all student learning styles.
  • Create Student Learning Objectives to measure academic growth, ultimately demonstrating my impact on student learning.
  • Assessed student learning through conversations, tests, projects, bell work, and exit tickets.
  • Created summative assessments to measure student learning at the end of each unit covered.
  • Assessed student learning Designed intervention plans Created educational games as a tool for students to learn and review material presented in class

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6. Spanish Grammar

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Here's how Spanish Grammar is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Improved personal understanding of Spanish grammar concepts while providing comprehensive assistance to students in a variety of subjects.
  • Provided instruction in Spanish grammar and culture
  • Created a curriculum for 125 students based on introductory Spanish grammar and culture; used visual and kinetic educational techniques.
  • Developed students' skills in Spanish grammar analysis, reading comprehension and Spanish writing skills, with excellent results.
  • Create 26-53 lesson plans per semester to increase undergraduate's knowledge of Spanish grammar, culture and civilization.
  • Emphasized Spanish grammar and more analytic process of Spanish Language developing students capacity to use it more correctly.
  • Managed classrooms sixth to twelve grade; taught Spanish grammar, reading writing and conversational Spanish.
  • Evaluated and rectified student work on a daily basis for correction in Spanish grammar and punctuation.
  • Instruct students on Spanish grammar, pronunciation, spelling, vocabulary, composition and dialogue.
  • Plan, prepare and teach lessons on Spanish grammar and vocabulary to 8th grade students.
  • Educated 4 to 12 students in the basics of Spanish grammar and conversational speaking.
  • Teach Spanish grammar, pronunciation, spelling, vocabulary, composition and dialogue.
  • Specialized in teaching basic Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and Hispanic culture.
  • Provided students with review of Spanish grammar and vocabulary, and practice in conversational skills Exposed students to Hispanic culture and history
  • Crafted individualized lessons for one-on-one Spanish classes with young children and adults Assisted high school students with grasping advanced Spanish grammar concepts
  • Teach and guide the children in their development of Spanish vocabulary, Spanish grammar, speech and spelling.
  • Instituted and taught AP Spanish literature, Pre AP Spanish Literature and AP Spanish Grammar concurrently.
  • Exposed students to Spanish Literature, Art and Culture; Taught Spanish Grammar and Linguistics.
  • Job Summary: The job necessitated a Teacher of Spanish Grammar and Spanish Literature
  • Facilitated Spanish language acquisition Instructed students in Spanish grammar and vocabulary Assisted Leadership of High School Spanish Club Developed and Implemented Curriculum

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7. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared materials for class activities and utilized computers, audio-visual aids, and other state-of-the-art technological equipment to supplement presentations.
  • Coordinate class activities as deemed necessary.
  • Directed and supervised class activities of various size groups of students ranging from 17 - 35 individuals each.
  • Conducted classes, graded written material and arranged class activities appropriate for 7th grade Spanish classes.
  • Created worksheets and various in class activities to engage students in learning and practicing Spanish.
  • Utilize technology for grades, data, class activities, assessments, and attendance.
  • Designed lesson plans and class activities which promoted cultural awareness for second graders.
  • Lead teacher responsible for organizing senior class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Teach Spanish three days a week in an after school program Prepare lesson plans and conducted class activities
  • Organized lesson plans and class activities Filed class reports, grades, etc.
  • Be responsible for small classroom arrangement and class activities management.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physicalhealth Prepare materials and classroom for class activities.

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8. Spanish Club

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Here's how Spanish Club is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Advise Spanish Club, fostering student leadership and organizing social/cultural events.
  • Developed and organized extra-curricular activities, such as Spanish Club.
  • Support extracurricular activities such as Spanish Club.
  • Develop curriculum, instruct children in Spanish language and culture; and moderate Spanish club.
  • Lead extracurricular Spanish Club for student who desired more language exposure.
  • Assisted with Spanish Club to successfully fund raise for travel abroad.
  • Lead the Spanish Club on Hispanic cultural enrichment field trips.
  • Promote & support the Spanish Club and their activities.
  • Established the Spanish Club at the elementary level.
  • Helped organize and monitor Spanish Club activities.
  • Led the Spanish Club after school.
  • Introduced J. Carr Middle School Spanish Club
  • Sponsored the BCHS Spanish Club.
  • Supported extracurricular activities such as Spanish Club & Destination ImagiNation Coached tennis and football.
  • Sponsored Cheerleaders and Spanish Club Produced training video on instructional strategies for language teachers
  • Involved in extra curricular activities like: NESS Coach, Spanish Club, ESOL Competitions, Multi-cultural Club.
  • Acted as an academic advisor for a group of ninth grade students and the Spanish Club.
  • Devised coursework and Curriculum for students President of the Spanish Club.
  • Organized and chaperoned Spanish Club student trip to Puerto Rico.
  • Developed curriculums for Spanish from K- 8th grade Taught Spanish k- 8th grade Initiated the Spanish Club.

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9. III

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Here's how III is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct Spanish I, Spanish II, and Spanish III classes daily with an overall amount of 150 students daily.
  • Teach Spanish I, II and III to secondary students in a public high school setting.
  • Planned and executed daily classes in Spanish for levels I, II, III and IV.
  • Instructed students in Spanish III grammar, vocabulary, culture, history, and literature.
  • Instructed Spanish levels III, IV and IIX for Native Speakers.
  • Implement creative, original lessons for Spanish I, II, II-III, and III for a broad range of learners.
  • Set up and taught French IV AP program, French II and III; Spanish I and II
  • Mount Joy, Pa-Instructed students in Spanish I, II, III and IV.
  • Prepare & deliver lessons for Spanish I, II, & III.
  • Included Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Honors.
  • Teach Spanish level I, II, III, and IV.
  • Prepared lesson plans for Spanish I, II and III.
  • Instructed students in Spanish I, II, III.
  • Instructed levels I, II and III.
  • Instructed Spanish I, II & III to High School Students who are in disadvantage Students are prepare to enter college.
  • Developed lesson plans and interactive activities for the students * Taught Lesson in Spanish I, II, and III.
  • Facilitated classes for Spanish I-III, and Spanish for Native Speakers I, II Taught ESOL for two consecutive semesters.
  • Teach Spanish II, III, and IV Plan and execute field trips for additional cultural exposure and physical activity
  • Leave replacement in Foreign Language (Spanish) Levels I, II, and III .
  • Instructed Spanish I, II, & III for the Greenville Home School Enrichment Program

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10. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Assist with curriculum development instructional strategies and lesson planning to create an environment conducive to learning and student centered.
  • Prepared continuing education curriculum, made presentations, engaged in conversational exercises, and participated in curriculum development.
  • Collaborated with teachers and principals in regular meetings for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and curriculum development.
  • Attended various internal training and off site workshops regarding instructional design and curriculum development.
  • Collaborated with colleagues during weekly PLC meetings on curriculum development and common assessments.
  • Supervised instructors and provided guidance on curriculum development.
  • Collaborated with administrators and teachers in curriculum development.
  • Assisted department chair in upper-level curriculum development.
  • Participated in program and curriculum development.
  • Participate in curriculum development; prepare course objectives and outlines; create and Spanish class for the kindergarten class.
  • Spearheaded a specials classes group to foster ongoing curriculum development and enrichment.
  • Attended workshops for curriculum development and book adoption for the state.
  • Involved in curriculum development and all aspects of student activities.
  • Guided curriculum development for Spanish and English immersion courses.
  • Completed curriculum development for experiential TRPS model learning style Enrollment and success based on marketing strategy of classroom
  • Served on school committees and task forces focused on curriculum development, textbook review, fundraising and anti-bullying efforts.

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11. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared Spanish curriculum for kindergarten through seventh grades.
  • Developed, designed, and implemented indoor and outdoor kindergarten and upper level activities and educational lessons, among others.
  • Teach Spanish as a foreign language to students of all grades, from kindergarten to high school.
  • Created and implemented original Spanish language acquisition material for 400+ students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
  • Teach basics of Spanish language to children in kindergarten, first, second and third grade.
  • Teach Spanish vocabulary, pronunciation, dialogue and some grammar for students in Preschool and Kindergarten.
  • Teach eight separate classes once a week, ranging from kindergarten to seventh grade.
  • Teach the language to children from Kindergarten to Fifth grade as an immersion program
  • Developed and implemented Spanish, as a second language, for kindergarten curriculum.
  • Teach Spanish as a second language from prekindergarten to 5th grade.
  • Hired to teach Spanish to students from Kindergarten to 7th Grade.
  • Teach basic Spanish language skills to Kindergarten and First Grade students.
  • Teach Spanish language and cultural topics to grades kindergarten through third grade
  • Created Spanish curriculum for Kindergarten and 1st grade classes.
  • Instructed bilingual kindergarten / first grade class.
  • Salt Lake City, USA Taught beginner Spanish to children from Kindergarten to High School.
  • Teach weekly Spanish classes, adapted curriculum to teach students from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade
  • Instruct Spanish, Kindergarten to 8th Grades Create curriculum for all grade levels
  • Educated Middle School and High School students basic Spanish Spanish Immersion school instructor for Kindergarten and 1st grades
  • Address: Calle Post, Pueblo Mayag ez, PR Position: Spanish Teacher and Mathematics; Kindergarten to Grade Seven.

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12. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Emphasized Grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, Latino American culture and literature.
  • Developed curriculum and assessments for Advanced Placement course in Literature and Culture.
  • Instruct Senior level students Advanced Placement Literature using a set curriculum.
  • Implemented portfolio grading system in literature classrooms.
  • Tutored International Students in English Literature
  • Course emphasis on early childhood reading and comprehension skill development (elementary) and Latin American literature (high school).
  • Instructed students in beginning Spanish, as well as culture, grammar, and literature for the Native Speaker's class.
  • Plan lessons and prepare materials incorporating basic Spanish vocabulary and phrases with crafts projects, literature, songs and dance.
  • Use techniques such as role-playing, dialogue, language games, literature, film, and other formal exercises.
  • Designed Spanish curriculum, emphasizing 20th Century theories for literature, music, art, education and film.
  • Achieved 100% passing rate for AP Spanish Language and Culture exam, preparing students for AP Literature.
  • Guide students on the reading and analysis of some of the most relevant works of Spanish Literature.
  • Promoted active learning through class discussions, student presentations, literature circles, and technology integration.
  • Revised curriculum for all levels of Spanish from beginning to Advanced Placement language and literature courses.
  • Course emphasis included reading and writing, grammar, vocabulary, composition and Spanish literature.
  • Improved oral and written expression, grammar Worked on Spanish and Latin America literature excerpts
  • Plan and implement a curriculum that included culture, literature, theater and others.
  • Implemented courses strongly centered on literature, creative writing, and verbal communication.
  • Expose students to Spanish Literature and Latin American history and culture.
  • Teach 9th and 11th grade Geography and Spanish Literature.

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13. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Monitor student progress and adjust instructional materials and strategies to provide differentiated instruction and address individual needs of the students.
  • Collaborated in the development of the Spanish Curriculum, developed instructional materials and benchmarks to measure student achievement.
  • Developed differentiated instructional materials and delivered instruction to small and large groups.
  • Determined facilities, equipment, and instructional materials required to support learning.
  • Selected textbooks, equipment and other instructional materials.
  • Implemented lesson plans and provide instructional materials.
  • Developed course objectives and instructional materials.
  • Developed instructional materials and study aids.
  • Provided differentiated instruction to meet needs of the learner by selecting, developing, and modifying instructional materials and lesson plans.
  • Earn high marks for the quality and creativity of classroom teaching, lesson planning and instructional materials used.
  • Prepared lesson, assignments and, instructional materials while fully implementing the goals of the School Improvement Plan.
  • Evaluated and selected books and instructional materials in Spanish, that were used by the Spanish Immersion team.
  • Created and utilized lesson plans, instructional materials and visual aids to meet state-approved instruction standards.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver online lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
  • Use a variety of instructional materials, resources, and experiences to enrich student learning.
  • Develop lesson plans and instructional materials and individualize instruction to meet each student's goal.
  • Translate lesson plans and design instructional materials to engage all learners and their learning styles.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Middle School Spanish Teacher: Developed new lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Develop lesson plans and instructional materials adapted the District approved curiculum.

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels.
  • Develop grade levels Spanish curriculum.
  • Worked on grade level teams with Math, Science and Social Studies teachers where we created interdisciplinary lessons for our classes.
  • Planned, developed and implemented instructional lessons according to students' special needs and accommodations by grade levels.
  • Collaborate with classroom teachers to create interdisciplinary units that teach grade level content knowledge and skills through Spanish.
  • Planned lessons according to each grade level and student needs * Used a variety of instructional strategies
  • Mentored ESOL students and helped them improve the grade levels in the core curriculum classes.
  • Attend and participate in faculty, department, and grade level meetings and workshops.
  • Planned and instructed each grade level using a variety of teaching aids and strategies.
  • Implement current district curriculum and subject matter that is grade level appropriate.
  • Teach and manage 120 students per day in two different grade levels.
  • Planned and implemented units of study based on grade level.
  • Substituted internally for multiple grade levels and subject areas.
  • Developed daily lesson plans specified for each grade level.
  • Instruct students in various subjects at different grade levels.
  • Created games specific to lessons and grade level.
  • Teach Spanish for all three grade levels.
  • Develop curriculum Instruction and development for ESL/Spanish/English curriculum Collaborated with various grade levels for assessment and content mastery.
  • Collaborate weekly with grade level teachers about strategies, instruction ideas, and student progress.
  • Provided the basic vocabulary and conversation skills appropriate for each grade level.

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15. Spanish Program

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  • Developed curriculum incorporating real life/hands on experiences with diverse cultural activities for Spanish program.
  • Deliver Spanish program to Brazilian executives.
  • Planned, developed and implemented the Spanish Program for native speakers and Spanish as a second language.
  • Use the state standards and curriculum to create a rigorous, objective-driven, arts-infused Spanish program.
  • Developed all prep work and introduced new materials to complement oral focus for Spanish program.
  • Assisted, implemented and evaluated Spanish programs like Economics, Linguistic, History among others.
  • Implemented a new Spanish program for Alice Ponder Elementary, a school of 750 students.
  • Designed and implemented a successful, inaugural Spanish program for grades six through eight.
  • Designed, developed and implemented the curriculum for the school's Spanish program.
  • Created curriculum for new sixth grade rotational Spanish program for 240 students.
  • Initiated written mechanics, grammar and dedicated reading and writing Spanish program.
  • Introduced Spanish program to school for the first time.
  • Design and implement Spanish program for K-8 school.
  • Interacted with parents to insure understanding of the Spanish Program, and the expectations the parents had for their children.
  • Implemented Spanish program for fifth through eighth grades Substitute Teacher - Kindergarten through Eighth Grade
  • Initiated K-6 Spanish program, including language lab Attained a copyright for this program
  • Instructed program in Language Arts Intervention and an after-school Spanish program.
  • Deliver Spanish Program to the militaries.
  • Developed Spanish curriculum and established Spanish Program at Ringgold Middle School.
  • Deliver Spanish Program to executives of Hungary, Lituania, Estonia and U.S.A at Aon Risk Solutions

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16. Spanish Department

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  • Attend professional development with Spanish department throughout the year
  • Worked in Spanish Curriculum Committee within Spanish department.
  • Developed level appropriate curriculum for Spanish department.
  • Constructed the entire Spanish department curriculum.
  • Lead the management of the Spanish department and created a learning curriculum for the middle school grades.
  • Create Spanish Department and program for MBA upon opening of the school in 2000.
  • Provide structure, sequence, and work to vertically align Spanish department at Mt.
  • Manage the full-cycle recruitment and selection of 160+ students yearly for the Spanish department.
  • Serve as a communication liaison between the Spanish department and the school administration.
  • Head of the Spanish Department and teacher mentor at J. Carr Middle School.
  • Developed lesson plans and worked with other members of the Spanish department.
  • Establish and manage budget and expenditures for the Spanish department.
  • Substitute for the Spanish department for middle and high schools.
  • Support the managing team of the Spanish department.
  • Create and implement curriculum, manage department affairs, aid in the management of the Kenston Spanish department website
  • Participate in on-going planning, development, and evaluation of curriculum of both the ESL and Spanish department.
  • Led Spanish department in achieving highest test scores in the department Procured and implemented new curriculum for the Spanish department
  • Headed the Spanish department at an urban-based charter school in the Westlake area of downtown Los Angeles.
  • Organized Spanish department's all-student play for Dia de la Hispanidad and Hallowen featuring reading, poetry, and class-made costumes.
  • Head of the Spanish Department Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.

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  • Developed bilingual daily lesson plans for a Health class that consisted of 30 Spanish native speakers who were ESL students.
  • Provided opportunities, in both ESL and Spanish settings, for learning about and discussing cultural differences.
  • Instructed Spanish I and Spanish II (grades 9-12) and taught ESL for international students.
  • Helped to launch an Adult ESL and the first Spanish course offered at this college campus.
  • Designed lessons and assessments for ESL 1 for one year and ESL 2 for eight years.
  • Consult with teachers and staff to provide best-practice instructional models for students in ESL program.
  • Coordinate with other ESL teachers in district to transition students to and from TJHS.
  • Experienced tutoring ESL, Math and Basic Accounting for college and High School students.
  • Prepared ESL students with the necessary academic skills to transition into regular English courses.
  • Lead weekly ESL yoga classes in Spanish for all World Language students.
  • Manage and supervise ESL teacher in corporate contracts with the department.
  • Acted as interpreter for ESL students and their families.
  • Started a consistent ESL Program that followed state regulations.
  • Instructed ESL students in all grades.
  • Provide instruction in Spanish and ESL to grades K- 6 Instruct students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods
  • Conduct classes for middle school age in Bracket Elementary School, Arlington and Hanover Elementary School in Wellesley.
  • Focused on progress in literacy, communication, and math skills aligned to the ESL standards.
  • Administered entrance exam for students enrolling in the district that qualified for ESL services.
  • Assist teacher to conduct parent/ teacher conferences with the ESL Students.
  • served as faculty advisor for various student committees involved in the school play oversaw the ESL tutoring service project

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Here's how IV is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Develop interesting lessons plans which stimulate initiative and curiosity in learning a foreign language in students.
  • Designed and implemented communicative and task-based classroom activities.
  • Assisted and volunteered in several activities.
  • Use data to reflect on effectiveness of lessons and student achievement progress in order to improve instruction and personal practice.
  • Maintain the classroom through age appropriate discipline procedures using positive behavioral support system and building an excellent rapport with students.
  • Teach Spanish at the Intermediate level to five groups of high school students (average class size: 33).
  • Create a focused environment of fairness and respect that encourages students to take risks and strive to reach goals.
  • Coordinate with the special education department to strengthen my understanding of students with individual learning plans in my classroom.
  • Encourage and motivate students to build up oral and literacy skills suitable to age and abilities by consistent modeling.
  • Differentiate for individual students based on their unique learning needs so all students are appropriately engaged and challenged.
  • Assisted and volunteered in several activities including lunch duties and translating for the school.
  • Worked closely with families and hosted PTA meetings where progress reports were given.
  • Assisted and volunteered in several activities including extra help and Spanish Club.
  • Identified, selected and modified resources to meet students' diverse needs.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.
  • Enforced both classroom and administrative policies and rules at all times.
  • Measure student achievement of, and progress toward, the learning objectives and big goals with formative and summative assessment tools.
  • Developed Spanish-language lesson plans, homework assignments, and activities from scratch tailored specifically to student's particular learning styles.
  • Incorporated kinesthetic, TPR and active mini lessons for Preschool-5th grade Enriched students' cultural awareness and language skills
  • Received training for Danielson, Learning Focused and Josten's Renaissance program.

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20. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Introduce mathematics concepts using manipulative materials.
  • Conducted mathematics, language, and cultural studies lessons exclusively in Spanish as part of the school's full immersion program.
  • Assist the lead teacher with all aspects of the Montessori curriculum including, mathematics, language, reading and others.
  • Teach Spanish in a dynamic program, which included mathematics, science projects, music and basic writing.
  • Completed interdisciplinary, incorporating mathematics, science, social studies, and language arts skills.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and taught 15 children mathematics and Spanish on a bi-monthly basis
  • Planned and taught Language, Reading, Creative Writing, Mathematics and Arts.
  • Teach mathematics, science, Spanish and history, all in Spanish.
  • Promoted interdisciplinary approaches using science, mathematics, sports, and art.
  • Performed, instructional duty in the areas of Mathematics, and Spanish

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Assist the Kindergarten teacher by completing assessments, working with individual students and small groups, and helping with classroom management.
  • Differentiated instruction using small groups, note talking, and proper learning strategies to meet the needs of learning disabled students.
  • Provide individualized teaching to small groups and special need students in the Spanish class for Middle and High School Levels.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition in Spanish.
  • Worked with students in small groups of 3 to 4 to help develop their basic reading and writing skills.
  • Work with small groups of students teaching them numbers, phrases and words in Spanish.
  • Transitioned to teaching ESL to 2-3rd grades through small groups and in class co-teaching.
  • Planned, managed and facilitated Hispanic cultural and language sessions for small groups.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Design and deliver Spanish instruction to small groups with different levels of proficiency
  • Utilized cooperative learning with small groups of students to promote students teamwork.
  • Assist teachers throughout school day to aid in small groups.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Assist students individually and in small groups.
  • Tutor for individuals and small groups
  • Lead Teacher for a preschool classroom (ages 3-5) Teach large and small groups in a 100% Spanish immersion setting
  • Worked with small groups of children aged 3 to 6 years old Created class syllabus and materials based on Montessori Method
  • Tutored and assisted students individually or in small groups * Directed the Spanish Club after or before school.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Helped provide a safe learning environment for children Taught introductory Spanish lessons Supervised student small groups in math

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Here's how Target Language is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Created a non-threatening environment allowing students to feel comfortable communicating in target language.
  • Create high order thinking lessons which include students: creating, comparing and contrast, and synthesizing in the target language.
  • Joined the Spanish Embassy Club in DC to be able to maintain and record the updated materials of the target language.
  • Created unique and dynamic activities to engage students and encourage them to use the target language on a daily basis.
  • Utilized acting and theater techniques to create a sense of liberty and fluency in the target language.
  • Create and teach engaging lessons targeting all aspects of communication in the target language
  • Integrated project-based learning, literature analysis, and discussion in the target language.
  • Focused on communicative approaches and created real contexts to learn target language.
  • Learn and implement all the songs and chants of the target language.
  • Encourage students to speak the target language through many student centered activities
  • Created fun ways to encourage student interaction in the target language.
  • Prompt the target language according to their individual level of skill.
  • Develop online activities to help students learn the target language.
  • Encourage students to write and read the target language.
  • Train individuals to understand and participate in target language.
  • Assess student knowledge of the target language.
  • Conduct the class in 90% target language.
  • Provided instruction to students of all levels in target language using technology, Total Physical Response and appealing to multiple intelligences.
  • Performed several formal assessments to ensure adequate delivery of lessons tailored to students needs and competence in the target language.
  • Incorporated many means of technology to help students connect content to real life situations while using the target language.

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23. Special Needs

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  • Consulted weekly with Special Education Specialist on modifications and accommodations to instruction for students with special needs.
  • Provided differentiated instruction through implementing accommodations and modifications to help students with special needs.
  • Conducted one-on-one instruction with special needs students.
  • Modified instruction for various age groups PK-10; differentiating activities and independent practice opportunities for struggling and/or special needs students.
  • Participated in teacher/parent meetings where students with special needs were discussed and helped develop plans that would accommodate the student.
  • Adapted materials and resources which support learning objectives and address students' varying learning styles, backgrounds and special needs
  • Demonstrate patience and understanding while managing difficult children and others with some special needs like autism and physical disabilities.
  • Modified course content and assignments to accommodate students with special needs through collaboration with the Special Education staff.
  • Utilize differentiated instruction to modify lessons in order to meet the needs of students with special needs.
  • Managed four classes of approximately thirty students each, including students with special needs.
  • Teach general education students as well as students with learning challenges and special needs.
  • Informed during these conferences of which students had disabilities and or special needs.
  • Assess and report any special needs and/or services the student may require.
  • Assist students with special needs to reach learning goals in class.
  • Modified course content and assignments to accommodate students with special needs.
  • Modify lesson plans and assessments for students with special needs.
  • Provided classroom and assessment accommodations for students with special needs.
  • Attended PPT for students with special needs.
  • Prepared a variety of learning activities considering individual student's culture, learning styles, special needs and socio-economic background.
  • Adapt lessons to provide for individual differences and special needs to reflect the specific goals of each student.

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  • Created and implemented an innovative curriculum for heritage and non-native speakers aligned to the new common core standards.
  • Orchestrate the instruction of Spanish to native and non-native speakers.
  • Provided intensive individual instruction, to non-native speakers, 1:1.
  • Deliver Spanish courses: Elementary School level courses for non-native speakers of the language: preschoolers to sixth graders.

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Here's how Spanish Courses is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Created Spanish curriculum for 550 elementary students Implemented Spanish courses for members of the community Organized school-wide programs incorporating multiple cultures
  • Designed and executed daily lesson plans for 7th grade Introduction to Spanish courses and 8th grade Spanish Level 1 courses.
  • Instructed and mentored over 400 students per year in various Spanish courses at the advanced college preparatory and honors levels.
  • Plan, develop and teach Spanish courses 1001 * Write and grade test and quizzes * Attend meeting
  • Collaborated with other teachers in order to rewrite objectives and curriculum for the Spanish courses.
  • Provided Spanish courses to groups of 12-18 adults as part of a community initiative.
  • Teach Spanish courses online, from level 1 to AP Spanish Language and Culture.
  • General education Spanish courses- levels School District, Lancaster, one through Advanced Placement CA
  • Serve as instructor for basic and intermediate Spanish courses for adults.
  • Designed curriculum and taught Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Spanish courses
  • Teach Spanish courses, including 8th and 12th year Spanish.
  • Facilitate instruction in Spanish courses for 7th and 8th grade.
  • Teach Spanish courses to students in Grades 9-11.
  • Teach Spanish courses to Iranian students.
  • Teach Spanish courses to students in grades 1 - 5 Work cooperatively with other teachers in developing and sharing curriculum strategies.
  • Moderated Hispanic Youth Group and Hellenic Culture Group Administered and scored placement exams that designated incoming freshmen s Spanish courses.
  • Teach Spanish courses to students in Grades 9-12th Plan and implement lesson plans in sync with Spanish curriculum
  • Directed the curriculum description for all Spanish courses in Henrico High Technical Center.
  • Teach Spanish courses to students in Grades Pre K to 8.
  • Teach K-12 Spanish courses Prepare lesson plans for Spanish proficiency Monitor and conduct after school program

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  • Helped students with special needs to clarify some vocabulary words, review language arts, social studies and reading comprehension topics.
  • Created and managed systems for tracking large amounts of data; volunteered to tutored students in English Language Arts.
  • Coordinated and supervised a baking club, German club, language arts club, and cross-stitch club.
  • Teach all core subjects including math, science, social studies and language arts in Spanish.
  • Developed English Language Arts unit objectives and lesson plans for students in Pre-K through 5.
  • Experiment with language arts through computers, journal writing and performing in plays.
  • Co-chaired committee for textbook selection for 6-12 grade language arts courses.
  • Focused primarily on math and language arts skills.
  • Sponsored Latin Culture Club & Entrepreneur Club Conduct after school Spanish and Language Arts tutoring
  • Tutor for the English Language Arts and Reading prior the statewidetesting.
  • Lead level 1 Spanish classes Taught Language Arts and Health classes part-time

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27. K-8

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  • Teach K-8 Spanish and design curriculum to facilitate cross-curricular connections.
  • Co-developed elementary level Spanish curriculum for grades K-8.
  • Initiated and developed K-8 Spanish education program.
  • Developed appropriate curriculum for children K-8.
  • Established the first foreign language program for sequentially teaching Spanish by designing and implementing a Spanish Curriculum for Grades K-8.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for PK-8th grades, including differentiated learning styles based on the NCLB policy.
  • Teach K-8 Spanish in an inclusion classroom with an average of 25 students per class.
  • Developed, implemented and instructed curricula for 1999-2001 K-8 Spanish and 5-8 Art classes.
  • Implement on-line and direct teaching curriculum for Spanish program for grades K-8.
  • Planned, designed, and implemented lesson plans (K-8 grade).
  • Created lesson plans and taught lessons to students grades K-8.
  • Designed and implemented Spanish curriculum for K-8 grade instruction.
  • Teach Spanish to grade K-8th at St Francis Catholic School
  • Created and implemented a curriculum for grades K-8.
  • Developed curriculum for Spanish program, grades K-8.
  • Prepare and teach Spanish language curriculum to grades K-8
  • Teach students from K-8th grades.
  • Developed Spanish curriculum for K-8th grade by choosing texts and materials to be used for the program.
  • Developed themes for grades K-8 Attended parent-teacher conferences to inform parents of progress Participated in weekly meetings for personnel
  • created school-wide course of study in French (K-8) implemented early language-learning program in Spanish (7-8)

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  • Instruct Pre-K, 4th - 8th grade students in a variety of exploratory Spanish language and culture classes.
  • Provide instruction to more than 550 student students on a weekly basis from Pre-K3 to 8 grades.
  • Engaged Pre-K to 3rd grade students in Spanish for the First Semester ~ used self-developed curriculum.
  • Execute educational activities with children, ages 3 months - Pre-Kindergarten (5 years old).
  • Designed, wrote, and taught a Spanish language curriculum for Pre-K through 6th grades.
  • Created and implemented the first formal Spanish program for Pre-K to Middle School students.
  • Teach beginner level Spanish to Pre-K and 7th/8th graders at Model Laboratory School.
  • Created curriculum for all grade levels (pre-k4 through 8th grade).
  • Teach Spanish as a second Language to students Pre-K to Grade 8th.
  • Created and taught Spanish curriculum to grades Pre-K through 8.
  • Teach Spanish Curriculum to Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten children.
  • Developed Spanish language program for Pre-K through 5th grades.
  • Teach Spanish to grades pre-kinder through 2nd grade in groups of 15-36 students per class.
  • Designed the Spanish Curriculum and set Academic expectations for students Pre-k to 6th grade.
  • Substitute Spanish Teacher; 2014-2015 Working with Pre-Kindergarten and teaching Spanish Class.
  • Prepare Spanish lessons, retention skill games and songs for pre-kindergarten students.
  • Implement basic Spanish lessons plans for pre-k to 5th grade students.
  • Teach Spanish language to grades pre-k to fifth
  • Teach basic Spanish to pre-k ages 3-4, 1st through 4th grade.
  • Introduce Spanish/Latino Language and culture to Pre-k 4 and Pre-k 5 students.

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  • Utilized techniques such as Total Physical Response (TPR) and Total Physical Response Storytelling (TPRS) in the classroom.
  • Apply Total Proficiency Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) with students using multiple props for stories to aid in comprehension.
  • Design lesson plans to provide a strong academic structure for students learning Spanish 1 using the TPRS teaching method.
  • Introduced TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) to the middle grades with original curriculum.
  • Utilized Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) to increase retention and usability of vocabulary.
  • Experience teaching TPRS for the past 6 years with extraordinary success in student fluency and satisfaction.
  • Implemented aspects of the Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) method of instruction.
  • Applied various TPRS methods and visual techniques to instruct ethnically and racially diverse classes.
  • Employed TPRS style teaching with a mixture of traditional textbook activities and language exercises.
  • Used TPRS methods to promote student confidence and maximize use of the foreign language.
  • Used the audio-lingual method and natural approach, TPR, TPRS.
  • Used the TPRS model for language acquisition.
  • Prepare instructional material using the TPRS method Create and develop weekly lesson plans voluntarily assist students after school with tutoring/homework services.
  • Implemented TPR and TPRS strategies with emphasis on collaborative and active learning, along with extensive knowledge of second language acquisition.
  • Introduced and implemented TPRS teaching method at J. Carr Middle School.
  • Introduced the Blaine Ray TPRS method to Lovejoy's Spanish program.
  • Introduced and implemented TPRS method of instruction.

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  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials by using technology in the classroom.
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Collaborated closely with colleagues to maintain current and accurate course materials.
  • Created visual aids, board games, flashcards, and all course materials to strengthen the learning of the Spanish language.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content course materials, and methods of instruction.
  • Fostered students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
  • Created visual aids, board games, flashcards and other course materials to accommodate all learning styles.
  • Created visual aids and other course materials to enhance students' learning based on diverse needs.
  • Develop course materials, assess student mastery of academic skills, and update instructional methodologies.
  • Designed curriculum to include course objectives, lesson plans, and course materials.
  • Create games, activities, graphic organizers, and all other course materials.
  • Created visual aids, board games, flashcards, and other course materials.
  • Planned, evaluated, and revised course content and course materials.
  • Created own visual aids, flashcards and all course materials.
  • Create visual aids, board games, flash cards, and course materials.
  • Created visual aids, board games, flashcards and all course materials PRIVATE TUTOR
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Created comprehensive classroom social studies learning, resources, and encouraging students to take home, use, and learn material.
  • Worked with 1st-grade students to improve success in school through instruction in reading, writing, and social studies.
  • Provided home tutoring to students in Spanish, English, Social Studies, Geometry, and Algebra II.
  • Developed lesson plans that combined Spanish with major subjects including reading, grammar, science and social studies.
  • Integrated technology, visuals, and other disciplines including math, social studies and art.
  • Generate thematic units reviewing content based material for English, Social Studies and Math topics.
  • Create science, social studies and art lessons focusing on hands-on and cooperative group learning.
  • Assist children in learning of Spanish and Science, Math, Social Studies, Grammar.
  • Deliver Social Studies, Math and Language instruction in full immersion setting.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum in Social Studies and Spanish for 9th-12th grade.
  • Developed a unique Social Studies program for special needs students.
  • Connect Spanish lessons to social studies, math and culture.
  • Second Grade Teaching skills of math, science, Social Studies In IB skills and In the immersion language.
  • Teach other lesson in Spanish, Math, Science, Reading, Social Studies, etc.
  • Teach Math, Science, social studies in Spanish.

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  • SIP (Supplemental Instruction Program) Instructor providing additional instructional opportunity for identified student athletes in compliance with Arkansas State Standards.
  • Collaborated with English Department to effectively align curriculum across grade levels as well as align with the Common Core State Standards.
  • Planned, implemented, monitored, and assessed a classroom instructional program which was consistent with Sunshine State Standards and Benchmarks.
  • Utilize backwards design to develop and implement a standards-based curriculum using CRS and AP standards in combination with Illinois state standards.
  • Planned and implemented targeted curriculum and assessments for each student which adhered to the school's curriculum and state standards.
  • Coordinate curriculum with other Language teachers to align with State standards in order to achieve proficiency in the target language.
  • Planned lessons to meet curriculum goals and objectives based on state standards to provide excellent opportunities to all students.
  • Plan, create and conduct lessons aligned with ACTFL standards, state standards, school and district policies.
  • Worked extensively to choose texts, create assignments and assessments suited to the Common Core State Standards.
  • Helped 8th grade at risk students to meet Common Core State Standards in writing and reading comprehension.
  • Created learning targets and academic goals for the Foreign Language Department based on State Standards.
  • Created 9-12 curricula for Spanish courses level I-IV in accordance with New York State standards.
  • Developed lesson plans and a variety of activities aligned with the Sunshine State Standards.
  • Designed lessons that most take into account State standards and IEP goals.
  • Developed curriculum based on Ohio State standards in Foreign Language Education.
  • Maintained and enforced State Standards and Administration's rules and regulations.
  • Aligned 10th grade curriculum with the Common Core State Standards.
  • Utilize and ensured adherence to Common Core State Standards.
  • Provided students with the foundations of reading and writing using Harcourt curriculum while following the common core state standards.
  • Developed math curriculum based on Arizona State Standards for algebra I, algebra II, geometry, and pre-calculus.

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33. K-5

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Here's how K-5 is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Created and taught engaging Spanish units/lessons to grades K-5 that aligned with district, state and national standards.
  • Provided team teaching in the areas of reading and writing, and math (grades K-5).
  • Teach K-5 Spanish as a rotating special subject in self-contained classrooms averaging 24 students per class.
  • Teach K-5 students to speak Spanish fluently with a focus on perfect pronunciation.
  • Created a foreign language program for children, with a K-5 focus.
  • Developed the curriculum, lesson plans, materials and assessments for k-5.
  • Planned and implemented Spanish lessons for all classes (K-5).
  • Educated children in grades K-5 to 12th in the Spanish language.
  • Facilitate learning in an introductory Spanish course to students in grades K-5
  • Teach beginning Spanish to students after school (levels K-5)
  • Create Spanish units using K-5 common core as a foundation.
  • Composed lesson plans for various subjects on grade levels K-5.
  • Created after-school art program for students in grades K-5.
  • Collaborate with K-5 classroom teachers to correlate Spanish units.
  • Reserve taught for Spanish immersion teachers K-5.
  • Created and implemented first K-5 Spanish curriculum.
  • Established curriculum for grades K-5.
  • Job Responsibilities Included * Spanish language and culture instruction to students in grades K-5th.
  • Substitute Spanish K-5 teacher in the Mano a Mano Project which is an English and Spanish dual immersion program.
  • Teach Spanish K-5 Develop a curriculum tailored to each student Responsible for administering a phonics program for ESL students

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34. IB

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Here's how IB is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Communicate individual student progress knowledgeably and responsibly to the student, parents and professional colleagues who need access to information.
  • Take charge and responsibility for planning and executing challenging projects in developing teaching curriculum and delivery.
  • Assume all responsibilities of Spanish teacher, including professional development.
  • Fulfilled full-time teaching responsibilities for teacher on maternity leave
  • Supplemented curriculum with computer programs Other Responsibilities
  • Fulfilled the full range of routine classroom teaching responsibilities at local public, middle and high schools.
  • Assisted Head librarian to help students and staff in to locate and check out books and materials.
  • Exhibited good judgment and quick thinking while remaining calm and professional in a variety of situations.
  • Used differentiate instruction where students were matched with tasks compatible with their individual learning profile.
  • Exhibited students' individual work and managed to provide appropriate opportunities for the growth.
  • Utilized videos, music, magazines and other items to make culture more accessible.
  • Personalized learning for students by providing choices in collaboration, flexible seating, etc.
  • Opened, sorted, and distributed incoming messages, phone calls and correspondence.
  • Create engaging and comprehensible lessons for each student and class.
  • Recorded, transcribed, and distributed minutes of meetings.
  • Designed and executed mural for school library.
  • Compile bibliographies of specialized materials for outside reading assignments.
  • Coordinated all College Board foreign language testing Led a vibrant, diverse, integrated multicultural learning community in English and Spanish
  • Perform administrative duties such as assisting in school libraries, hall and cafeteria monitoring, and bus loading and unloading.
  • Worked cooperatively among faculty to acquire J. Carr Middle School IB certification.

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  • Differentiated curriculum for classes that included native and non-native Spanish speakers.
  • Designed and implemented relevant curriculum for native Spanish speakers.
  • Instructed students in grades 3-5 planning lessons for 30 classes per week for English and native Spanish speakers.
  • Tutor non-speaking and fluent Spanish speakers from 3 to 16 years old, 6-8 hours a week.
  • Help with duties such as study hall, homeroom and guidance translation and interpretation between English/Spanish speakers.
  • Worked with kitchen staff, teaching Spanish to English speakers, and English to Spanish speakers.
  • Created thematic units and lessons for both Spanish 1 and 2 (Spanish Speakers).
  • Instructed adolescent learners about the various cultures and basic language elements of Spanish speakers.
  • Tailored lesson plans to target students with special needs, and heritage Spanish speakers.
  • Translated for Spanish speakers at meetings and events during and after school hours.
  • Designed, implemented and taught a program of Spanish for native Spanish speakers.
  • Create and teach curriculum appropriate for native English and Spanish speakers.
  • Created challenging and relevant projects for native Spanish speakers.
  • Teach Spanish language to non Spanish speakers level 9-12.
  • Plan and implement curriculum for non Spanish speakers.
  • Instructed Spanish 1/2, and Spanish for Spanish Speakers (SSS2) classes.
  • Integrated authentic materials, exchanged experiences with native Spanish speakers from Colombia via email and Schoology.
  • Arranged after school tertulias, speaking sessions, and Skype meetings with native Spanish speakers.
  • Initiated and facilitated La Charla, monthly social gatherings between students of Spanish and Spanish speakers.
  • Teach the Spanish language to spanish and non-spanish speakers in 5th - 8th grade.

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  • Take students to the computer lab to work on Spanish culture, food, and weather related projects.
  • Introduced Spanish culture to aid in the learning of the language as well as a well-rounded curriculum.
  • Designed and taught a Spanish Culture curse (an alternative Spanish II or elective course).
  • Educated students about the Spanish language as well as Spanish culture and history intertwined with Catholicism.
  • Provide enrichment activities for students to learn Spanish culture through crafts, songs and movement.
  • Introduced music of Spanish cultures, using traditional instruments, and carols in Spanish.
  • Offered after school activities for students interested in learning about children's Spanish cultures.
  • Collaborated with Department Chair to increase interest in the Spanish culture and language.
  • Instilled concepts of Spanish culture through the use of interactive tools and activities.
  • Planned art projects for the students in relation to the Spanish culture.
  • Directed students in understanding the Spanish culture from various Spanish speaking countries.
  • Ensured that students had appreciation for the Spanish culture and literature.
  • Used authentic materials to aid in appreciation of Spanish culture.
  • Focus on exposure to diverse Spanish cultures.
  • Introduce Spanish culture and traditions to students.
  • Supported student instruction through modifications Explored Spanish cultures through discussion, projects, and field trips.
  • Educated students on the use of the Spanish language Investigated various Spanish cultures
  • Developed and implemented lessons involving the Spanish culture and language.
  • Developed lesson plans to expand and improve spanish speaking skills and understanding of spanish culture.
  • Prepare Spanich lesson for children English speaker * Introdution and learning Spanish culture.

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  • Coordinate with school personnel to determine the focus and efforts in providing services to students based on their IEP.
  • Interpreted multiple parent conferences, IEP meetings, parent phone calls and translated documents for teachers and school community.
  • Handled the largest number of IEP and 504 plans in the department as a first year teacher.
  • Collaborated with Special Education Specialist on IEP's to ensure all students' special needs are met.
  • Utilize differentiated instruction in the classroom for regular, IEP, ELL, and Advanced Learners.
  • Assisted in communication with Spanish-speaking parents and students (including attending IEP meetings for translation).
  • Attended parent conferences, faculty meetings, IEP and 504 meetings, and professional development days.
  • Possess first-hand experience with in class modifications and accommodations for IEP and 504 Plans.
  • Create and implement modifications in line with IEP's recommendations for special needs students.
  • Modified lessons based on handicaps, skills and ability, and IEP's.
  • Participate in IEP meetings to ensure needs of all learners are met.
  • Helped as an interpreter in IEP meetings for parents with non-English proficiency.
  • Translated IEP meetings, parent conferences and student mediation.
  • Attend IEP meetings to accommodate children with special needs.
  • Modify lesson and evaluations based upon IEP criteria.
  • Participated in IEP, staff and department meetings.
  • Worked cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula for special education students according to Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Developed and monitored IEPs in collaboration with other teachers.
  • Attended staff meetings, completed IEPs and participated in professional development and school improvement team meetings.
  • Read and followed all directives and accommodations of students IEPs & 504s.

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  • Incorporated use of technology including Windows Movie Maker, PowerPoint and educational Internet websites to enhance learning experience.
  • Developed organizational skills through designing lesson plans, posters, and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Created extensive PowerPoint presentations to produce a stimulating and challenging learning environment.
  • Incorporated extensive use of PowerPoint software to teach grammar and vocabulary.
  • Design daily PowerPoint presentations to enhance instruction and facilitate activities.
  • Integrate technology into lessons to engage learners, including use of interactive Smart Boards, YouTube, PowerPoint, and Word.
  • Used technology via PowerPoint presentations, use of SMART boards and assigning technology based projects to older students.
  • Delivered daily lesson plans and created daily PowerPoint presentations, maintained grading records in school's database.
  • Designed and developed education materials using PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Excel, and internal applications.
  • Used a variety of technology in the classroom such as, PowerPoint, audio and video.
  • Integrated technology with computer programs, through projects, and other resources such as PowerPoint.
  • Developed and updated curriculum, workbooks, training materials, PowerPoint slides and handouts.
  • Created and conducted daily lesson plans in PowerPoint presentations, grading, and tutoring.
  • Experience with Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel Computer Programs.
  • Develop PowerPoint presentations, worksheets, and handouts for classroom instruction.
  • Designed, developed and implemented Powerpoint projects into a previously paper-based curriculum.
  • Teach live lessons through Blackboard Collaborate platform Create power points for student lessons with Apple Keynote and Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Designed and presented lessons using the Smartboard and PowerPoint.
  • Incorporate multicultural units, props, videos, Powerpoint presentations and grammar worksheets to vary lessons and solidify concepts.
  • Used Smartboard and Powerpoint for optimum engagement.

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39. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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  • Observed and participated in parent-teacher conferences and contributed feedback in course material selection, department objectives and institution direction.
  • Team member of on-call translators for family engagement activities, parent-teacher conferences, and correspondence or newsletters.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences to provide parents with student academic reports and language skill development.
  • Attended parent-teacher conferences and maintained open communication with parents.
  • Served as Spanish/English interpreter for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attended faculty meetings and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences every quarter.
  • Develop strong relationships and communication with parents through e-mail, face-to-face contact and phone calls, and lead parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, advising parents on their child's educational progress in the classroom.
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences and advise parents of student progress and how best to reinforce education.
  • Discussed student's learning improvement and behavior in class with parents during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintain contact with parents through parent-teacher conferences, telephone, or written communications.
  • Report progress of children to parents in bi-annual reports and through parent-teacher conferences
  • Participate in Open Houses, Parent-Advisor, and Parent-Teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 20 times during the school year.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences and informal ad-hoc conferences with parents and students as needed.
  • Plan and implemented parent-teacher conferences based on the child s progress Assists with and teaches children self-care skills.
  • Served as an interpreter in parent-teacher conferences and as a translator ofschool flyers and documents.

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40. Student Records

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  • Maintained accurate student records and communicated student progress to families.
  • Maintain accurate, complete, and correct student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Assessed and kept accurate records of student performance, maintaining confidentiality of student records and information at all times.
  • Maintained appropriate records including checking papers, student assignments and the necessary clerical work required to maintain student records.
  • Assess student performance through direct feedback as well as formal and informal assessments, maintaining student records.
  • Preserved the confidentiality of student records and information at all times.
  • Maintained student records in terms of progress and consistency.
  • Maintain student records to monitor their progress and consistency.
  • Maintained current and accurate student records and assessments.
  • Maintained a database of student records.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records.

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41. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Provided instruction to accommodate all levels of learners by incorporating educational activities that engage students in meaningful learning experiences.
  • Integrated new technologies with educational activities that engage students in meaningful learning experiences.
  • Designed educational activities and incorporated resources to create fun and educational learning experiences.
  • Incorporated educational activities that engaged students in meaningful learning experiences.
  • Incorporated educational activities that fostered meaningful communication in target language.
  • Directed, organized, and implemented Spanish-oriented educational activities.
  • Prepare educational activities to enhance the learning experiences.
  • Planned and implemented social and cultural educational activities.
  • Create, Execute, & Evaluate daily lessons, quizzes, test, & other educational activities in the Spanish language.
  • Research and create differentiated educational activities and methods to adapt to diverse learning styles to increase student participation by 60%.
  • Organized social and educational activities for students and their families including sponsoring the Spanish Club and Spanish National Honor Society.
  • Incorporated educational activities, cultural songs and poems in the target language that engaged students in meaningful learning experiences.
  • Confer with parents and staff to discuss educational activities, policies, and student behavioral or learning problems.
  • Supervised day to day educational activities that stimulated the children's interests in learning another language.
  • Serve on school committees focused on student educational activities beyond the classroom setting.
  • Introduced children to the Spanish language through fun, educational activities and music.
  • Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities.
  • Administer fifty plus (50+) educational activities to encourage greater learning.
  • Create different educational activities such as Language Week and Readers Club.
  • Coordinated educational activities (field trips, cultural projects).

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42. Costa Rica

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  • Enhanced enthusiasm for world language learning by inviting guests from Peru and Costa Rica to give presentations at our school.
  • Organized meetings, trips to Europe and Costa Rica, and activities for International Club with 40+ members.
  • Advised Spanish Club and lead several student trips abroad to Spain, Costa Rica, & Peru.
  • Formulated an International Travel Club and organized the school's first educational trip to Costa Rica.
  • Organized and lead a student cultural tour abroad in Costa Rica for 10 days.
  • Led experiential learning trip to Costa Rica involving 10 students and 3 adults.
  • Assist students with Spanish skills for a service learning trip to Costa Rica.
  • Traveled to Costa Rica to gain knowledge of regional dialects and culture.
  • Organized trips and traveled with students to Mexico and Costa Rica.
  • Co-led study abroad trips to Argentina and Costa Rica.
  • Lived with Costa Rican family.
  • Helped plan events and participated in fund raising in order to provide student scholarships to Costa Rica and Per .
  • Lead meetings and taught Spanish classes for parents and students involved in the Costa Rica Eco-Study Tour 2011 and 2012..
  • Coordinated and leadstudents travel abroad to England, France, Spain and Costa Rica.
  • Chaperoned and co-chaperoned groups of students traveling to Costa Rica and Puerto Rico.
  • Coordinate and chaperone educational trips to Costa Rica and Spain.
  • Plan and fundraise for international student trip to Costa Rica.
  • Co-led student summer travel to Costa Rica and Ecuador.
  • Study Abroad, University Studies Abroad Consortium, Puntarenas, Costa Rica 1/15-5/15 Assimilated to Central American culture and sociolinguistic environment.
  • Organized & led student trips to Costa Rica; 10 day home stay exchange program with bilingual school in San Jos .

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43. Staff Members

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  • Collaborate and assist staff members in planning for professional and curriculum development.
  • Volunteered interpreter services to administration and other staff members.
  • Worked with the Evaluation Committee to develop and present a new teacher evaluation tool to district staff members.
  • Work well with students, teachers, faculty and staff members, director, parents and guardians.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Communicate with Spanish-speaking parents and families as needed for other staff members in the building.
  • Conferred with mentors and other staff members to plan lessons aligned with approved curricula.
  • Demonstrated respect and concern for students, parents, staff members and administrative colleagues.
  • Interviewed candidate students with a team composed of the faculty and staff members.
  • Ensured excellent communication with students, parents and fellow staff members.
  • Interacted positively with faculty and staff members being a traveling teacher.
  • Foster positive relationships with students, parents, and staff members.
  • Present interactive teaching tools to 25+ staff members and administrators.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to improve classroom instruction.
  • Collaborated with other staff members and planning teams.
  • Supervised and evaluated 20 staff members.
  • Collaborated with staff members to establish an on-going international exchange student program.
  • Worked closely with other facility and staff members regarding discipline, required testing and to ensure child safety.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Act as a resource/contact/support for new staff members (i.e.

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44. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Lead Spanish teacher in the DC Public Schools Summer Program for level 1 and level 2 courses.
  • Teach Spanish to kids at Public Schools and after school programs.
  • Teach after school enrichment program for Lake Orion Public Schools.
  • Teach after school enrichment programs for Oxford Public Schools.
  • Represented Granville County Public Schools as Teacher of the Year (2013-2014).

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45. Actfl

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  • Provided global learning experiences in Spanish to high-school students, guided by the ACTFL standards and the district world language curriculum.
  • Designed and implemented lessons and assessments including IPA assessments based on curriculum, Ohio World Languages Standards and ACTFL proficiency guidelines.
  • Attended ACTFL conference as a representative of the county and shared 21st Century Tools with teachers across the county.
  • Teach per the ACTFL standards of foreign language learning, resulting in compliance with state and district guidelines.
  • Created dynamic lesson plans, activities and content to help students achieve oral proficiency according to ACTFL standards.
  • Created lesson plans aligned with ACTFL three modes of communication and the use of project based learning.
  • Developed middle school curriculum to support ACTFL Oral Proficiency Guidelines and National Foreign Language Standards.
  • Designed lessons following the NJCCS and addressing the ACTFL standards and modes of communication.
  • Developed curriculum for all grade levels using ACTFL Guidelines.
  • Ensured compliance with school standards and ACTFL guidelines.
  • Implemented multi-faceted curriculum to meet the standards set by the American Council of Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL).
  • Adapted ACTFL rubrics to assess a mixed level group of students in interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational communication.
  • Design and implement curriculum in line with PYP and ACTFL standards Instruct 18 hours per week
  • Developed new curriculum based on ACTFL standards with the Descubre Series.
  • Presented and passed ACTFL Language Proficiency both oral and writtenexams.
  • Align curriculum so as to meet the ACTFL standards Assist the Principal in the observation and supervision of teachers.
  • Developed an engaging two year Spanish curriculum based on ACTFL standards.

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46. Visual Aids

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Here's how Visual Aids is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed students using lecture and demonstration, audiovisual aids, computer technology and other materials to supplement coursework.
  • Included design and fabrication of visual aids to assist the children in their learning experience and acquisition of a new language.
  • Developed and organized manuals, multimedia visual aids, and other educational materials resulting in the Spanish program for the School.
  • Instructed students through lectures, discussions, visual aids, and other effective teaching methods for student comprehension.
  • Instructed students using lectures, discussions, visual aids and other creating engagement for optimal student comprehension.
  • Developed teaching aids such as instructional software, multimedia visual aids, and study materials.
  • Use computers, audio-visual aids, and other equipment and materials to supplement presentations.
  • Created visual aids, board games, flashcards, and all teaching materials.
  • Utilize visual aids including power point presentations and videos.
  • Create visual aids, games and different assessments.
  • Incorporated visual aids into teaching methods.
  • Utilized computer skills to develop visual aids and manipulatives.
  • Instructed preschool and kindergarten classes in Spanish through songs and games Created lessons and visual aids for Spanish classes

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47. K-12

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  • Coordinate meetings with the k-12 teachers to improve the teaching effectiveness, evaluate text books and reading books of all grades.
  • Earned a teaching license and an endorsement in Spanish (PreK-12) to teach 75 - 125 at-risk students per year
  • Provide literacy and spoken components of Spanish to native and non-native Spanish-speakers in grades K-6.-Certified WIDA Test Administrator K-12
  • Substitute Teacher Reliable On-Call substitute teacher for K-12 graders with demonstrated sense of urgency and purpose.
  • Collaborate with K-12 Spanish teachers in planning of curriculum, assessment and instruction.
  • Planned and organized lesson plans to provide Educational instruction to K-12th grade students.
  • Serve as the Writing Adversarial Chair for K-12 teachers in the district.
  • Provided interesting, effective and fun learning opportunities to students K-12.
  • Advanced from Elementary Education to Highly Qualified status grades K-12.
  • Instruct Spanish language to K-12 students and adults.
  • Coached middle school soccer for three seasons.Seven Years North Carolina Public SchoolsSpanish Teacher Taught K-12 Spanish with emphasis in middle school.
  • Substitute Teacher Barnstable Public Schools; Barnstable, MA - 1993-2000, 2004-present Teach grades preK-12 in all school subjects.

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48. Cultural Awareness

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Here's how Cultural Awareness is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Emphasized cultural awareness and implemented strategies to accommodate diverse needs of students in a fun and productive learning environment.
  • Promote cultural awareness and civic engagement through various activities and projects.
  • Incorporated cultural awareness by implementing student projects on different Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Participated in school extra-curricular activities to promote foreign language cultural awareness.
  • Executed several school-wide projects centered on cultural awareness and tolerance.
  • Promoted diversity and cultural awareness through specific cultural practices.
  • Included a variety of cultural awareness learning opportunities.
  • Developed lessons focused on cultural awareness and variations.
  • Increased intercultural awareness through in class research study.
  • Promote cultural awareness, respect and tolerance for other groups and cultures using the language as a window of opportunity.
  • Aligned curriculum to meet common core standards with added emphasis on vocabulary building, writing, and cultural awareness.
  • Increased cultural awareness by organizing the school's first ever question of the day for Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • Organized a trip to Spain and France with advanced Spanish Club students to improve fluency and cultural awareness.
  • Promoted diversity and cultural awareness through a variety of enrichment programs/activities such as Latin Dance, Video analysis, and Pulsera Project
  • Developed and implemented an in classroom study to address best intercultural awareness and development practices.
  • Present academic content to students using technology to enhance lessons and improve cultural awareness.
  • Provided a safe learning environment for high-risk students Developed lessons to promote cultural awareness
  • Celebrated Hispanic Cultural Awareness by incorporating cultural significances in lesson plans.
  • Promoted cultural awareness utilizing past experiences abroad.
  • Organized and sponsored the Cultural Awareness Club; foster the appreciation for cultural diversity which is a gap-bridger for the world.

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49. Esol

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Here's how Esol is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with parents to resolve conflicting educational priorities and issues.
  • Resolve student behavioral and academic problems.
  • Test ESOL students that just entered the school in order to determine the right services they should receive by Miami-Dade County.
  • Even if there is someone who has a problem I always can Resolve it and move on with my Day.
  • Confer with parents/guardians, other teachers, counselors, and administrators to resolve students' behavioral and academic problems.
  • Team-planned with first grade colleague and ESOL teacher that p roved effective enhancing instruction and overcoming language challenges.
  • Trained students in the process of peer mediation and how to resolve conflict in a safe environment.
  • Established open communication with parents and administration to resolve and support any concerns or issues.
  • Communicated with parents to resolve conflicting educational priorities and issues through phone calls and emails.
  • Served on the Faculty Advisory Board to assist the administration with resolving faculty concerns.
  • Exercised knowledge and skill to advise on and/or resolve moderately complex HR problems.
  • Supervised children during their preschool time to ensure their safety and resolve conflicts.
  • Work with other teachers and staff to resolve student issues.
  • Resolve conflicts among students both in and out of classroom.
  • Teach students to resolve their problems while utilizing patience.
  • Administer FCAT and CELLA tests to ESOL students.
  • Involved with a system of communication with parents that assured them of support and resolved any concerns and issues with students.
  • Mentor to an ESOL student through Old Mill Middle North s mentor-mentee program.
  • Tutored ESOL elementary students in an afterschool program.
  • Assessed students and prepared final performance reports.Met with parents to resolve conflicting educational priorities and issues regarding Spanish language learning.

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50. Spanish Instruction

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Here's how Spanish Instruction is used in Spanish Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and delivered Spanish instruction to students of diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Conducted elementary and advanced middle school curriculum based Spanish instruction.
  • Supported academic content area and Spanish instruction.
  • Provided Spanish instruction to elementary school students.
  • Provided Spanish instruction with an emphasis on culture, speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
  • Provide Spanish instruction to four sections of second grade, third grade, and fourth grade.
  • Consolidated the use of technology and Project Based Learning (PBL) for Spanish instruction purposes.
  • Created a scope and sequence protocol for Spanish Instructions for grade first through sixth.
  • Provided first- and second-level Spanish instruction with class sizes of up to 30 students.
  • Note: Middle School students received Spanish Instruction 5 days a week.
  • Provide private and on-line Spanish instruction to students for language school.
  • Administered remedial and purposeful French and Spanish instruction to large audiences.
  • Provided Spanish instruction to 325 6th through 8th grade students.
  • Plan and implement daily activities for 5-8th grade Spanish instruction.
  • Provided Spanish instruction to over 125 high school students yearly.
  • Provided Spanish instruction to students in grades K4-8th.
  • Delivered Spanish instruction to high school students.
  • Provided Spanish instruction to 2 year olds through 6th grade in a private school setting.
  • Created part of a district-wide new curriculum for Spanish instruction.
  • Plan and execute Spanish instruction to a group of 14-15 pre-school-aged children.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Spanish Teacher

Spanish Language

21.5%

Spanish Curriculum

19.7%

Classroom Management

18.1%

Lesson Plans

11.5%

Student Learning

4.3%

Spanish Grammar

3.1%

Class Activities

2.3%

Spanish Club

2.2%

III

2.2%

Curriculum Development

2.1%

Kindergarten

1.8%

Literature

1.6%

Instructional Materials

1.5%

Grade Level

1.4%

Spanish Program

1.3%

Spanish Department

1.1%

ESL

1.1%

IV

1.1%

Exam Rooms

1.0%

Mathematics

1.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Spanish Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Spanish Language 18.6%
2 Spanish Curriculum 17.0%
3 Classroom Management 15.6%
4 Lesson Plans 9.9%
5 Student Learning 3.7%
6 Spanish Grammar 2.7%
7 Class Activities 2.0%
8 Spanish Club 1.9%
9 III 1.9%
10 Curriculum Development 1.8%
11 Kindergarten 1.5%
12 Literature 1.4%
13 Instructional Materials 1.3%
14 Grade Level 1.2%
15 Spanish Program 1.1%
16 Spanish Department 1.0%
17 ESL 1.0%
18 IV 0.9%
19 Exam Rooms 0.9%
20 Mathematics 0.8%
21 Small Groups 0.8%
22 Target Language 0.8%
23 Special Needs 0.8%
24 Non-Native Speakers 0.6%
25 Spanish Courses 0.6%
26 Language Arts 0.6%
27 K-8 0.5%
28 Pre-K 0.5%
29 Tprs 0.5%
30 Course Materials 0.5%
31 Social Studies 0.5%
32 State Standards 0.5%
33 K-5 0.4%
34 IB 0.4%
35 Spanish Speakers 0.4%
36 Spanish Culture 0.4%
37 IEP 0.4%
38 Powerpoint 0.4%
39 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.4%
40 Student Records 0.4%
41 Educational Activities 0.4%
42 Costa Rica 0.3%
43 Staff Members 0.3%
44 Public Schools 0.3%
45 Actfl 0.3%
46 Visual Aids 0.3%
47 K-12 0.3%
48 Cultural Awareness 0.3%
49 Esol 0.3%
50 Spanish Instruction 0.3%
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