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Requirements
Because you will be teaching Spanish, you must have an adequate degree of proficiency in the language to participate. You will participate in a brief language assessment process prior to teaching. If this assessment suggests that you need some extra practice before beginning to teach, we will let you know and help you come up with a plan for getting that practice. In general, if you have taken or are planning to take Spanish 275 or 276 by Fall of 2011, your Spanish will be fine for teaching 3rd and 4th grader students. As previously mentioned, the A2LP program will run only September to April in 2011-2012. You will not be required to teach during U-M’s Fall or Spring Breaks,

and teaching will end a week before exams begin each semester. Otherwise, you are required to teach if the schools are in session. If you are physically unable to teach, you must find a substitute teacher from among your classmates, just as professional classroom teachers do. There are very few acceptable excuses for not showing up to teach.

Apply to Teach
We welcome applications from students across the university as well as from qualified community members! The application will be available after January 1, 2011, and is due by March 31.

Time Commitment
You will teach 2 days a week, and between 2 and 4 classes each day. (The average is 3 classes a day.) Each class is 30 minutes long. In addition, you should expect to spend some time each week talking with your classroom teachers about how the classes are going, lesson plans, and

management issues. Further, you should expect to spend some time each week with your teaching partner discussing the details of your lesson plan and creating lesson materials. Though Ann Arbor Public Schools’ school year runs September-June, the A2LP program runs only September to April. You will not be required to teach during U-M’s Fall or Spring Breaks, and teaching will end a week before exams begin each semester. Otherwise, you are required to teach if the schools are in session. If you are physically unable to teach, you must find a substitute teacher from among your classmates, just as professional classroom teachers do.

Benefits
Those interested in receiving Spanish department credits for participation in A2LP may register, for one semester only, in SPAN 448, an internship course, for 3 credits. This requires permission from Dr. Maria Coolican, who will determine your eligibility for 400 level Spanish credit. You may not take this course unless you are working at the 300- or 400-level in the Spanish dept

Future
In the 2010-2011 school year, approximately 55 Apprentice Teachers are teaching all 3rd and 4th grade students in the district. Classes are held in students’ regular classrooms, with classroom teachers as mentors.

Overview
The Ann Arbor Languages Partnership offers an opportunity to University of Michigan students and Ann Arbor community members to teach Spanish to 3rd and 4th graders in Ann Arbor Public Schools. The program is a course that combines intensive preparation in teaching Spanish at the elementary level with extensive clinical placements that are supported through collaboration with the Ann Arbor Public Schools.

Research
As the A2LP affects every 3rd and 4th grade child in the entire district, the Partnership will soon begin a study of this year’s experience from the perspective of students with language-related disabilities, including autism, specific language impairment, and auditory processing disorders. We hope to include the views of the students themselves, their parents, teachers, speechlanguage pathologists, and Apprentice Teachers.

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History
A2LP was originally conceived in 2008 as part of AAPS’s Strategic Plan to offer world language instruction in elementary schools. When U-M determined to partner with AAPS, this element of the Strategic Plan came to fruition.

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Why I chose my design My design for the Ann Arbor Languages Partnership (A2LP) consists of two figures with their hands reaching toward each other and the name of the organization. The two figures represent an adult, the teacher, and a child, the teachee. The A2LP aims for adults to partner with children to teach the kids Spanish. The two figures are positioned next to each other reaching toward one another to symbolize partnership and the want of partnership. I also used a person figure because the client liked the ‘Save the Children’ logo. In that logo, there is a figure representative of a person or child. I titled the figures to draw the eye toward the most important part, the name of the organziation. I positioned the text next to the figures for readability. I chose the colors green, orange and blue because the are similar to the colors on the webite and are child-friendly. I made the first figure and ‘Languagues’ green because the adult in the partnership is the person with the language knowledge. Also, the eye follows the green color from the start of the figures to the center of the text. I made the second figure and ‘Partnership’ orange because the child needs to form a partnership with the adult with language knowledge in order to learn. I made ‘Ann Arbor’ blue because it went well with the organge and green colors. I chose the font because it felt like it could appeal to both adults and children. Also, it is readable. I designed the website to look like a notebook sitting on a desk because the A2LP is about children with notebooks who sit at desks in classrooms. I wanted to make the website feel like an extension of the classroom.

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