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Michael Allred

¡Bienvenidos a todos!
 
My name is Michael Allred. I am happy to be back at Lovejoy this year! I will be teaching Spanish 3 Pre-AP and Spanish IV AP Language. I am originally from Plano, TX and have lived in Spain and France. I love to travel and return periodically to Japan and Wyoming to visit my family. I have been teaching in different capacities for eleven years. My passion is teaching and learning languages. Right now, I am learning Catalán and improving my German. 
 
My Qualifications:
PhD World Language Education- University of Wisconsin-Madison
Masters of Engineering in Technical Japanese (METJ)- University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA in French- University of North Texas
BA in Spanish Language Teaching and Secondary Teaching Certification- University of Texas at Austin
MA in Educational Leadership with Principal Certification- University of Texas of the Permian Basin (in progress)
Spanish 3 Pre-AP 
 
Prerequisite: Spanish I and Spanish II Pre-AP
Grades 9 , 10 , 11 
1 credit hour

Intermediate level Spanish. Must have completed Spanish I and II Pre-AP with a passing grade (above a 70). Spanish III focuses on higher levels of grammar, vocabulary and literature.This course, along with Spanish I and II Pre-AP, is geared to develop pre-advanced and advanced languages skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading, and writing and prepare students for the Advanced Placement exam. 
Spanish IV AP Language
 
Prerequisite: Spanish I, Spanish II, and III Pre-AP
Grades 11 & 12
1 credit hour

Intermediate high to advanced low level Spanish. Must have completed Spanish I, II, and III with a passing grade (above a 70). Spanish IV AP focuses on advanced levels of grammar, vocabulary and literature focusing on longer texts and other linguistic artifacts. This course, along with Spanish I, II, and III Pre-AP, is geared to develop pre-advanced and advanced languages skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading, and writing and prepare students for the Advanced Placement exam.