My name is Mr. Anderson and I have the privilege to be teaching French I and Spanish II.
I was born in Rockford, Illinois and moved to Greensboro in 2012. I graduated from Illinois State University where I studied French and Spanish. I am Swedish by heritage and very proud of it. Languages and cultures different than mine have always fascinated me since childhood.
I have two miniature dachshunds, Otto and Greta. Otto is very active. He loves long, long walks and chasing squirrels. Greta is more content taking in the sun and smelling flowers.
I have traveled all over France and was an exchange student for a short while. I spent a week in Montréal in the providence of Québec. I went to Mexico when I was a teenager and during Summer Break in 2016 and Sweden for two weeks in the summer of 2018.
For me, learning a foreign language is giant puzzle. It is our task to break the code. Sometimes this task can seem overwhelming, but I assure you it is possible with patience and time. I am here to help you.
If you are experiencing any problems, I ask that you stop by for extra help. Ten minutes of your time will make a world of difference. You should be prepared to work, participate and ask questions in class daily. I will do the same. Review vocabulary on a nightly basis.
Now that you know me a little better, I ask that you come to class with an interesting fact about you. I excited to meet each and every one of you.
Please refer to the syllabus for your class for testing procedures, classroom expectations. and grading system. Click on French I or Spanish II and go to "general info."
If you would like to e-mail me, please use the link below my picture or you can copy and paste my address. firstname.lastname@example.org
¡Hasta pronto! A bientôt!