In episode 131, Maris Hawkins interviews Inga Paterson-Zuniga about all the ways her language teaching has changed over the years and how she got started writing comprehensible novels for Spanish learners. Inga shares how her teaching approaches have evolved over the years to be more equitable and focused on success for all students.
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Maris Hawkins is a secondary Spanish teacher and has been a contributor the We Teach Languages Podcast since December 2017. You can get in touch with Maris on Twitter @marishawkins or on her website marishawkins.wordpress.com.
Inga Paterson-Zuniga teaches Spanish to novice students in grades 7-8 at West Essex Middle School. Inga has more than 20 years experience teaching. If you want to reach out to her, you can find her on Twitter @IngalaG2.
Resources mentioned in the episode…
…Magaly Rodriguez’s Berto y sus buenas ideas
…Inga’s book Cinco pesos
…Inga’s book Ahorita
…Inga’s newest book Madre tierra
If you want to cite this episode, our suggested APA reference is:
Johnson, S.M. (Producer), & Hawkins, M. (Interviewer). (2020). Evolving Teaching and Writing Comprehensible Novels with Inga Paterson-Zuniga [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://weteachlang.com/2020/01/17/131-with-inga-paterson-zuniga/