EL Department Chair
I enjoy teaching students from all over the world, including the United States. I earned my BA in French and Spanish from Villanova University, then taught middle school students in for six years. After obtaining a MA in ESOL/Bilingualism from the University of Maryland, I went on to teach elementary EL students in Baltimore City. I have been teaching English Language Learners at the high school level since moving to Loudoun County in 2000. I am a wife, and mother of three, and I love teaching!
In this course, EL students develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the language of mathematics. They will develop pre-Algebra skills in preparation for Algebra I. A variety of small group activities are used to meet the current needs and level of each student.
In this course, EL students become independent readers by talking about literature, decoding words, and comprehending various types of text. Students create individual reading goals. A variety of small group activities will be used to meet the needs and level of each student.