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Judy Martialay

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Judy Martialay was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and received a BA from Mount Holyoke College and MA from Columbia University. She taught Foreign Language in elementary school, middle and high school.
During and after retirement, she devoted time to public advocacy for foreign language education with the New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers.
Her dream is to give all children the opportunity to experience a foreign language, as early as possible.
Judy has traveled to Mexico, France, Spain, Italy, Algeria, China, Ethiopia, Greece, Israel and other countries. She loves guitar, oil painting, and gardening. She is currently studying Japanese. She lives in Sea Cliff, N.Y. with husband Javier, has two daughters and one granddaug
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Judy Martialay I'm currently working on a Spanish only version of the story part of the book, so that it can be used in FLES (Foreign Language in Elementary School) …moreI'm currently working on a Spanish only version of the story part of the book, so that it can be used in FLES (Foreign Language in Elementary School) classes which prefer not to use English, along with the rest of the book.
I hope to produce a book for French next. I have Italian, Chines and Arabic after that. No rest for the weary!
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