Taught by Seņora Hill
Seņora started teaching 3 years ago, in 2010.
Seņora teaches Spanish 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Seņora lives in Petersburg, Illinois.
Seņora and Spanish 4 both oversee Spanish Club.
We had the chance to interview Seņora, and we asked her a few questions, here are her responses.
Q: Did you always want to
be a Spanish teacher?
Q: Why did you become one?
A: "I was taking a college class that was canceled because there weren't enough students in it, so I was looking for an easy college class. I found Spanish and took it. Eventually I started tutoring and decided that Spanish could be my major."
Q: Do you enjoy teaching?
A: "I enjoy students more than I enjoy teaching."
Q: Would you change your major if you had the option?
A: "Yes, probably."'
Q: What would be your favorite part about teaching?
A: "The students."
Q: What are your goals for Spanish class?
A: "I want kids to not only to learn Spanish, but also understand the culture of Spanish speaking countries."
Q: Do you think of the class as more of a community or a family?
A: "I think that the class acts more like a family."
Above is a list of countries that one can learn about in Spanish class.