Spanish Resources for Teachers
These resources have been gathered through the collective effort of international students and study-abroad returnees.They are a what international students have used in their daily lives and items that study abroad students remember from their times abroad.
I am a American ethnic studies major at Willamette University. As a native Spanish and English speaker, I hope to use Spanish while working with students and families who may only speak Spanish.
My name is Emmanuela and I am from Ecuador. I was an exchange student at Willamette University for a year and I am an Art History major. The following resources depict a little piece of my country from my perspective, in terms of culture and art.
I had an amazing time studying in Granada, Spain in the fall semester of my junior year. Being a native Spanish speaker, I will always be using Spanish in my everyday life. However, after graduation I want to work with a non-profit that serves youth of color and their families and I know that my Spanish skills will be a great asset when communicating with families that only speak Spanish.
I studied in Spain for 6 months, which was a great experience and I strongly recommend studying abroad. My goal is to go to graduate school to become a pediatric nurse practitioner and continue to use my Spanish skills in the medical field helping patients.
If you have additional resources you would like to share, or feedback on the resources we have provided, please email Nomi Pearce.[back to top]