Author Archives: vicentepayannoriega

About vicentepayannoriega

Currently an Auxiliar de Conversacion in Madrid. My educational background consist of majoring in Child Development with minors in Psychology and Family Studies at Humboldt State University.

Resume

ResumeVicente-mooc Here is a copy of my resume. Advertisements

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1 & 2 ESO

  Although I was working with two different grade levels, my work with the students was extremely similar. My essential role has been to facilitate small group discussions with two set of student groups, differing every class period. The primary … Continue reading

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4º ESO

Working with the 4º ESO B, English class was very different compared to the rest of the English classes I had because the teacher I was working with changed throughout the year; thus, my contribution and responsibilities in the class … Continue reading

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Family Feud

Family Feud Here you will find a version that I made for my students!

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Schedule

A typical class schedule, here is mine for example, for Auxiliars in Madrid can look similar to this. I work in a High School, grade levels range from ESO to BACH. The grade levels are called a bit different then … Continue reading

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Tongue Twisters

You can always find tongue twisters to match the level of your students. I have included the Tongue Twisters  I use with my students. I always like to make this a competition between the students. I always have two students  come … Continue reading

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Clue or Murder in the Classroom

This lesson plan is provided by http://www.onestopenglish.com/community/lesson-share/pdf-content/speaking/speaking-murder-in-the-classroom-lesson-plan/154249.article It’s a good way to engage students in various activities that allows them to practice their English. Since some students are character they practice their speaking while the students asking the questions get to … Continue reading

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