Vilma Lizeth Rodríguez

Vilma Lizeth Rodríguez

I am musician!!!
I teach music in a Bilingual School in Foundation Stage, and it's an amazing job, I love it.

Location In El Salvador Central America! a very small country, really hot during summer and rainy during winter!

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  • My philosophy is that students need to enjoy what they are doing, they don´t have to feel that music is stressful or frustrating, and while they are learning to play an instrument they don´t have to compare to other all of us have our own pace of learning, and lots of people stop doing things because they don´t feel "good enough" or because "other are better...

  • Hi!
    I´m feeling very familiar with your comment! sometimes I have dificulties to find time to planning my lessons and I´m finding myself russhing with an activity I just saw hours before the lessons, and that´s really anoying for me! I think sometimes we have sooo many activities in our head, because of our experiences that we "trust" that everthing will be...

  • Hi!

    Due to the Quarantine, we are in LockDown, but I want to share with you my experience.
    I was taking this course before and I share the PDFs with my Deputy Head, he is the one that observe and evaluate my lessons, he took some of the points on the PDFs and have a wide view of what to evaluate in specific from me and my lessons. I think that it was...

  • Hello everybody!

    This is not the first time I'm taking this course, but before I coulnd´t complete it! It´s amazing to have the oportunity again!

    I´m from El Salvador, Central America and I teach general music in a bilingüal school for the last 10 years, I work with PreKinder and Kinder! the best ages for me! I do love little ones, their spontanous...

  • Hi! I'm Vilma Rodríguez, a music teacher in El Salvador, Central America, and I'm really excited to take this course, that I know that will help me a lot to understand more different ways to teach music, I'm very passionate about music, I'm a musician, I play flute in different orchestra...
    quite difficult because of the time but this is my life! and I can't...

  • What do you love about your job?
    *The possibility to develop children passion for music and their engagement and also all the resources, activities, etc. that as a teacher we have, teach the different subjects in a very different range of ways, is amazing! Look for ways to motivate the kids, that motivates us too! and make us try to find a challenge everyday...

  • Which description is most like your own view of continuing professional development? Why?
    *For me, the first teacher, because, I consider continuing professional development a lifelong process, where we require a lot of patience while we develop all our teaching skills, professional skills, etc. as a teachers, we need to be prepare all the time and offer our...

  • Have you used a reflective journal before? How useful was it?
    *I have used a reflective journal before as it was required in university, and is an amazing tool, if you need to explain something in front of other is easy to follow the line with it...

    How do you plan to reflect on the ideas and activities you encounter on this course?
    *I'm a music teacher...

  • My name is Vilma and I'm from El Salvador Central America!

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    Awwwww how nice my name is!

  • Vilma is ainm dom (waaa!!! It's LOVELY!!!)

    I;m from El Salvador in Central America, my interests in this course is to love Ireland more and more by learning it language, I want to improve my professional development in english as well, I'm not a english speaker, I'm spanish speaker, and I want to perfectly understand my colleagues at school I'm working...

  • Hi!
    I'm a music teacher in a British School in El Salvador Centre America, as a music teacher I have to explain my subject in English, I'm not a native English speaker, and sometimes it's quite difficult for me to express myself, and with children we have to be very carefully because they learn everything they hear, so, a mistake would be horrific! I'm happy...

  • Hi!

    I'm so happy to join this course, I'm a music teacher in a bilingual school and I teach children, so any suggestion will be welcoming!

  • What do you know about Shakespeare’s tragedies?

    I juts read Hamlet but I know that his tragedies always have a really sad ending, involving dead of the protagonist, and others.

    What tragic plays and stories are there in your language or culture?

    no Stories to tell...

  • What else do you learn about theatre-going in Shakespeare’s time?

    Theatre was a very important entertaiment for people at that time, they demand plays, Thas why Shakespeare was pressure to write more and more and he loved that. At theatres people from every class level could see his plays and the higher level of the theatre, the higher level of the...

  • Shakespeare lived his rural home and family because he was passionate of the diversity of culture that London had at that time, the difference we can find are that the chity it is not the same, London was smaller and most of the buildings Shakespeare knew there are destroyed now because of the great fire of London. Now is a very big and busy city full of...

  • “Shakespeare was writing for everyone. He belongs to everyone.”

    Do you agree with James? Does Shakespeare ‘belong’ to you? How?

    I`m partially agree with James, in my country people know Shakepeare plays but, they just know: Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet and what they say is that is a ridiculous that love story (Romeo and Juliet) and it is ridiculous to die...

  • When I was around 14-15 years old I remember at school, teachers told us to read a long list of books, those I`ve never read, they were boring and they had non sense to me.

    Almost at the end of grade 8th, they asked us to read Hamlet, and my father has it in a collection of books, and I thought -"Ok I'll try to read it"- and was amazing!!! I couldn't stop...

  • Hi everyone!

    I'm from El Salvador, in Centre America, it's a very small country, I live in Santa Tecla, a very nice city, Salvadorans love to go to the beach every holiday it's very close to the city, around 40 mins, El Salvador it's a tropical country, very hot during summer, and very rainy during winter.
    I'm really happy to participate in this free...

  • Yes, for example I use my smartphone to help me with a translator, watch videos in english which is a very good things for me, I use tables to read books. etc.

  • There are many differentes types of english , but I think we think that because there are lots of different accents in the world, and other thing is because we will never know all the words that english has so when we hear english from other countries, we say: That's a different english, I can't understand a word. and of course the dialects and slang english...

  • Well, when I speak in english I feel more professional, I don't really know why, but it really different, of course, my mother language if spanish and so, it's completely different, but It makes me feel more professional, I feel older, and I try it to speak slow because I like to pronounce the words properly,.
    I noticed that some people from my country...

  • Well, when I speak in english I feel more professional, I don't really know why, but it really different, of course, my mother language if spanish and so, it's completely different, but It makes me feel more professional, I feel older, and I try it to speak slow because I like to pronounce the words properly,.
    I noticed that some people from my country...