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College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Tess Ladd-Hill, M.A.

Lecturer II, Spanish
Dept of Modern Languages and Literatures

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Office hours: via Skype

About
Teaching
  • Biography

    Tess Ladd-Hill joined UTSA as a Spanish lecturer in 2009. Previously she taught first and second year Spanish at Texas State University in San Marcos.

    Her style of teaching utilizes multiple strategies based upon the students’ learning styles as well as the department’s expectations. Her research and teaching interests include: first and second year oral and conversational Spanish, grammar, reading, composition, and comprehension, as well as literature and culture of the nineteenth and twentieth century in the Caribbean and Latin America, and Peninsular Literature.  At UTSA she serves as a member of the textbook and curriculum development committees to improve upon the university’s language acquisition standards. In spring 2012 she also launched an online course that implements various media during instruction to stay current with technology trends and foreign language learning standards.

  • Recent Courses

    • SPN 1014 - Elementary Spanish I

    • SPN 1024 - Elementary Spanish II