Hello everyone, I am Robygue Martinez and I am a PhD student in the Hispanic Literature program at the University of Arizona. I am originally from Mexico and I have been living in the United States for the past ten years. I graduated with a Bachelors and Master degree from the University of Texas-Pan American, which is located few miles away from the border with Mexico. Due to its proximity to Mexico, the main concentrations of students have a Hispanic background. During my stay at UTPA, I had the opportunity to work as a Spanish tutor at the university writing center and also I had the privilege to teach SPAN 1301 (basic Spanish course) for the Modern Languages department. I previously taught the basic Spanish course at the University of Arizona, and now I have the opportunity to be part of the Spanish Heritage Language program. I am really happy to be able to help students to maintain and extend their cultural heritage. æ
Combines all forms of language skills (speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension) with intermediate grammar.
Essential points of grammar, with emphasis on syntax and development of writing skills.