Robin Rosch has enjoyed teaching Spanish at Lipscomb Academy for nine years. She and her husband, Frank, were missionaries in Peru and Hungary. They have two grown daughters, Megan and Kaitlin. Mrs. Rosch is involved with the praise team ministry and the Hispanic ministry at church where her husband is the Hispanic minister. Her hobbies are singing and painting.
Mrs. Rosch has taught Spanish and English as a Second Language for 14 years. She attended Harding University, has a B.A. in Spanish from Abilene Christian University and a Master of Education from Lipscomb University. In addition to Mrs. Rosch's certification to teach Spanish PreK-12, she is certified to teach ESL K-12, and elementary K-6.
Pre K learns simple greetings, numbers 1-10, colors, animal names and sounds, foods, and body parts through games, songs, and fun hands-on activities. They also learn to follow simple directions in Spanish. They learn about the birth of Jesus and Noah’s ark.
Kindergarten learns simple greetings, numbers 1-20, colors, more animal names, how to pray, special holidays, expressing how they feel, Noah’s Ark, Little Red Riding Hood, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, body parts, what they like, food, and following simple directions through games, songs, and hands-on activities.
Pre First learns simple greetings, numbers 1-20, colors, how they feel, what hurts, body parts, how to pray, days of the week, fruits, simple commands, Columbus’ voyage, special holidays, what they like, clothing, weather, please and thank you, seasons, date, day, and year through songs, culture, and fun hands-on activities.
First Grade learns simple greetings, numbers 0-30, colors, following two part directions, the days of the week, fruits, simple commands, expressing how they feel, what they like, body parts, how to describe themselves, hot, cold, please, thank you, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, classroom objects, special holidays, and seasons through songs, culture, games, and hands on activities.
Second Grade learns more advanced greetings, numbers 0-35, colors, how they feel, days of the week, the alphabet, how to read the story of creation, ordinal numbers 1st-7th, special holidays, family, simple commands, Three Clever Goats, more body parts, foods, and simple expressions such as “I’m sad,” and “What is it?” They learn to express they are cold, hot, sleepy, hungry, thirsty, and to say how old they are.
Third Grade learns greetings, numbers 0-50, colors, how they feel, the alphabet, and additional food vocabulary. They learn which countries are Spanish speaking. Third grade learns how to order food and opens their own restaurant. They learn how to express they are cold, hot, tired, etc. They also, learn the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
Fourth Grade will learn numbers 0-100. They will learn how to tell time. They will learn a little about Spain and how Spanish made its way to the New World. They will study a little about the cultures that were there before Spanish came such as the Inca, the Maya, and the Aztec. Fourth grade will also review greetings and colors as well as learn the days of the week and months of the year. They will also learn about families.