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Aurelia 's journey into foreign language began when she was young. At eighteen years of age, she learned how to speak Spanish by association and interaction with native speakers. Thereafter, she attended a university and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in both Spanish and French. She completed a certification program for translators. Ms. attended graduate school to complete her Master of Arts degree in Secondary Foreign Language Education and English as a Second Language. Her published master's thesis is entitled, Computer Assisted Instruction-Its Value to Second Language Learners. In addition, she has written books entitled, How to Learn a Foreign Language-A Question and Answer Resource Guide and B.A.L.L. Stories and activities for listening input and vocabulary retention, Spanish Volume I. She has gained several years of experience teaching English as a Second Language (ESL), Spanish, French, and German in public schools.
Ms. is a university instructor who teaches bilingual, ESL, and global language methodology courses. She continues her studies in curriculum and instruction, conducts research, and develops language learning materials. Since many curriculum developers are not teachers, Ms. hopes her perspective as an educator will contribute substantially to the field of language education.
Native English Speaker
From 2000 to present-State-Certified Language Teacher in public schools
From 1995 to present-Instructor of ESL (English as a Second Language) Classes
The BALL method of pre-learning and pre-teaching vocabulary combined with listening as an initial and primary channel of learning and teaching.
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Additional Languages: Spanish
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- Wayne State University (2002) - ESL (English as a Second Language) (Masters) (✘ Not On File)
- Oakland University (1997) - Spanish and French (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)