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Rocío Vallejo-Alegre

Adjunct Lecturer of Spanish
Welles 3B
585-245-6339
vallejo@geneseo.edu

Rocío Vallejo has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2008.  In 2011 she received the Joseph M. O'Brien Award for Excellence in Part-Time Teaching. In 2017, she received a Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching. 

Rocío Vallejo

Office Hours: Fall 2019

  • At Welles 3B: M 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
  • At Wyoming Global House: R 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. / F 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
  • And by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • M.A., Business Administration, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Mexico City.

  • B.A., Cybernetic and Computer Sciences Engineering, La Salle University, Mexico City.

Publications

  • I CAN a series of three books for Basic Spanish co-authored with Elizabeth Adams. Level SPAN 101, SPAN 102, SPAN 103: With a technology platform to support classes with flipped classroom approach.
    First Edition I CAN 1 : para empezar Summer 2015
    First Edition I CAN 2 : Segundos pasos Summer 2015
    (Forthcoming... I CAN 3 : para alcanzar el éxito)

  • 1985, "Computer Evaluation," guest speaker at the Annual Meeting: "Knowledge Evaluation", La Salle University, Mexico City.

  • 1985, Basic for Kids/(Basic para niños) - Book presented in the Second International Symposium about Computers and Elementary Schools.

Interests

  • Spanish culture
  • Family activities
  • Swimming
  • Reading
  • Traveling

Classes

  • SPAN 102: Elementary Spanish II

    A continuation of SPAN 101. Prerequisites: SPAN 101 or its equivalent. Offered every semester

  • SPAN 201: L/Int Span I:Span-Medical Prof

    This course reviews the fundamentals of structure and continues to develop mastery of the four language skills in Spanish: (listening, speaking, reading and writing) correlated within a practice associated within the five core competency goals for foreign language learning: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities. Oral and written exercises are included. Assignments include reading and news materials emphasizing cultural and contemporary topics as well as providing historical insight into the development of Spanish-speaking countries' values and policies. As indicated by course subtitle, vocabulary and readings focus on different specialty areas that may relate to students' interests, majors, and future professions. Students are not required to have a background in these areas to take a subtitled course. (May be taken twice under different subtitles.) Prerequisites: SPAN 102 or its equivalent. Credits: 3(3-0)