Garza, Maribel

  Maribel Miranda-Garza

Monolingual I and Bilingual Spanish I 
Charro dance
E-mail :
Phone:    956-254-5159
Room  32

Class Schedule

 1st  Period                         (8:37 -   9:32)                Monolingual class

 2nd  Period                        (9:36 - 10:31)               Monolingual class

 3rd  Period                       (10:35 - 11:30)                Bilingual Spanish I

** Lunch B                        (11:34 -  12:04)
** Conference Period           (12:08  - 1:03)

5th Period                       (1:07 -  2:02)                   Bilingual  Spanish  I

6th Period                       (2:06  - 3:01)                    Monolingual Class
7th Period                       (3:05  - 4:00)                    Monolingual Class

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 Academic learning must begin with motivation and inspiration. 
Students deserve an educator's passion for both the subject at hand and learning as a whole.  To achieve active learning, a teacher must demonstrate enthusiasm and express confidence in the students' abilities to learn and be successful.  
      As a teacher my goal is to provide an honest, well rounded education to every student I encounter.

Updated August 12, 2016


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