Elementary Spanish Program
Welcome! I'm Heather Norberg (Belinsky) and I teach Spanish to Kindergarteners-5th graders at South River and Tenniswood Elementary. I've been teaching in the district since August 2000 and I'm very excited to be your child's teacher this year. I use songs, games, TPR and skits to teach reading, writing, speaking and listening in Spanish. Your child will have Spanish once per week for 40-50 minutes.
In May 2000, I graduated with a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University in Psychology, Spanish and Education. Before becoming a teacher, I spent a summer taking classes at Universidad de Alcala de Henares in Spain and also participated in a MSU/OSU graduate program in the Dominican Republic. I earned my Master's Degree in Elementary Education from Saginaw Valley University in May 2006. In 2011, I completed Central Michigan University's Master in Counseling program. I consider myself a lifelong learner; I am always trying to learn something that will help me become better at what I do.
In my spare time, I like to read, travel, be outdoors, camp and spend time with my daughter.
Click on the Spanish link on the left hand side of the screen to see the Spanish curriculum for each grade.
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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