Lucy Hill
Spanish language teacher

  • Email: lucy.hill@ncl.ac.uk
  • Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 7475
  • Address: Room 6.20 Old Library Building
    School of Modern Languages
    Newcastle University

Introduction

Consultation Hours: Monday 11-12, Wednesday 11-12 & Thursday 11-12

Background

Mrs Hill started her teaching career in 1983 after she graduated from Caldas University. She taught Spanish and French for five years in Colombia.

In England she has taught Spanish to GCSE and A Level for over 19 years at various schools.

She joined Newcastle University in 1997 when she started teaching Spanish for the Degree Programme and for the Foreign Language Programme. She has taught courses at all levels, from beginners to Advanced levels.
Her responsibility at Newcastle is for the Spanish language component of the SML’s degrees.

Roles and Responsibilities

SML Spanish Language Teacher
Spanish Language Teacher (SPA1064, SPA1065 and SPA1066)
Teacher of Spanish for Medical Purposes.
Module Leader for Spanish Beginners (SPA 1064)
Module Leader for SSC Medical Spanish

An appropriate share of Spanish language assessment duties (exam setting, scrutiny, invigilation, marking, processing etc.).

Qualifications

Modern Languages Teaching Degree (Spanish, French, English, Literature, Phonetics, Semantics,Communication, Teaching Practices, Psychology) at Caldas University.
MA in Linguistics for TESOL (Dissertation title: “Teaching Learning Strategies to the Adult Learner”) at Newcastle University.

Undergraduate Teaching

SPA1065 level A (Semester 1)
SPA1066 level A (Semester 2)
SPA1064 Spanish beginners (Semester 1 and 2)
Medical Spanish (Semester 2)