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Middle and High School Spanish Teacher

Category: Middle School Education
School: The Sagemont School
Location: Weston, FL
Date Opened: Sep 20, 2022
Job ID: 15356

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Description

Sagemont School is a private, K-12, college-preparatory school, located in Weston Florida. The richly diverse school community, representing 28 countries, contributes to programming that supports the school’s global perspective.  Sagemont’s course offerings include a broad array of honors-level and Advanced Placement courses, including the AP Capstone. Sagemont faculty are collaborative and innovative in their approach to teaching and committed to creating an inclusive and supportive culture in their classrooms and throughout the school.

As a Spanish teacher, at The Sagemont School you'll provide instruction in speaking, reading, writing, and understanding the Spanish language, as well as lessons in Spanish literature and culture. Topics vary between middle and high school grade levels and courses, focusing on grammar, pronunciation, composition, spelling, vocabulary, and dialogue. History of Spanish-speaking countries may also be included.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Build students' bilingual skills and enhance their understanding of the Spanish language
  • Plan, supervise, and implement the Spanish curriculum in accordance with Sagemont Schools policies and procedures.
  • Fluent and accurate written and verbal skills and in-depth knowledge of Spanish culture as it relates to the curriculum.
  • Responsible for maintenance and inventory of Spanish curriculum at your campus.
  • Attend all staff meetings and in-house training programs.
  • Collaborates with other staff to co-plan, co-deliver, and individualize instruction for all students in a class
  • Monitor, document, and assess student progress. Maintain close communication with the principal and parents regarding student progress and issues, and conference as deemed necessary.
  • Submit weekly lesson plans to your director.
  • Establish a non-punitive method of seeking positive rather than negative methods to correct student behavior.
  • Demonstrate patience and self-control in dealing with students and staff.
  • Use appropriate language in and out of the classroom.
  • Appropriately dressed, well groomed, and neat.
  • Other duties as assigned by Upper School Director

Skills and Qualifications:

Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Education

Minimum 4 years of experience as a classroom Spanish teacher 

Fluency in the Spanish language

Outstanding verbal and written communication skills

Proficiency in basic computer programs

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