General links
My Google calendar
My Syllabi and websites
for Spring 2014
Spanish 1003 (.docx)
Spanish 1003 (.pdf)
Supersite
Spanish 2002 (.docx)
Spanish 2002 (.pdf)
Supersite

UMM Links
UMM Main page
Division of Humanities
Office of Community Engagement (including Jane Addams and community ESL)
Spanish Discipline
Spanish Conversation Table (Wednesdays 6pm-7pm at TMC)

Welcome to my home page!
¡Bienvenidos!  Bienvenus! Willkommen!

Windy Roberts
Teaching Specialist
Division of Humanities
University of Minnesota, Morris
wroberts@morris.umn.edu

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I am from Caracas, Venezuela. One of my passions is to teach Spanish and the diverse cultures of each of the Hispanic countries. I have a Masters degree in World Language Instruction and I enjoy very much teaching Spanish here at UMM. I have traveled to many countries in Latin America and Europe, including trips with students to Mexico and Costa Rica. I enjoy bringing Hispanic cultures alive in the classroom. Here is my CV.


"Good teachers move mountains for their students.  Great teachers show the students how to move mountains for themselves."  Georgann Freeman


Office Address: 

UMM Div of Humanities
213 Camden
600 E 4th St
Morris, MN 56267
Office Hours:   

Mondays 9am-10am
Tuesdays 1pm-2pm
Fridays 2:15pm-3:15pm
and by appointment
Phone Numbers:  

320-589-6294 (office)

320-589-6250 (Humanities Division)

320-589-4628  (home)



The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.

Page maintained by Windy Roberts.  Last modified on August 20, 2012
 Language links

Why study Foreign Languages?
WordReference.com
Spanish Dictionary
Top ten reasons for studying Spanish
Accents in Spanish
Free Spanish podcast
ACTFL
National AATSP
Minnesota AATSP
CARLA
Vista Higher Learning
Annenberg Video Library
Technology Lesson Plan
Sample Podcast


Countries
Venezuela

Traveling with students
Costa Rica photos
ISE
Other Languages at UMM
French
German

The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.