I currenntly use Viva el Espanol- Systems A and B (there are
more levels, but it takes me 4 years to get the kids through
those 2 levels!) They are great. They are from the Wright Group,
McGraw-Hill. If you contact them, they are amazing at sending
out samples and keeping in contact.
Also, I decided to stay at my current job...I absolutely love
it, but the pay is AWFUL!! That's really the only reason I was
looking for another job, but I decided to stay one more year to
get a better program put in place for them.
On 6/19/07, Tricia wrote:
> On 5/26/07, Hola wrote:
>> On 4/10/07, Maestra Stacey wrote:
>>> I'm having the hardest time finding job postings for
>>> teachers in Nashville! I've taught Spanish in elementary
>>> school- all ages- for 4 years now, and I'm looking for any
>>> openings in/around Nashville. Anyone know of any available
>> Glendale Elementary is your best bet. Bilingual School in
>> Metro Nashville. Good Luck!
> I happen to come across this post. I have never taught in the
> elementary classroom only high school. I am looking into a
> position in an elementary school teaching Spanish. Can you
> suggest a particular curriculum or program you follow? It
> would be so much easier if I had a guideline to follow. thank
> you. I hope you have luck in your job search.