Free printable mini-poster! Flowers have the right idea: “Bloom where you are planted.”
March 28, 2019Carrie McLaren Have you ever stared at a blank page and wondered where to start? Whether you’re writing an assignment, creative fiction, a tweet, or even
I wanted my students to see how they could use the language and language learning skills in the real world and I wanted them to have a more authentic experience.
Free printable mini-poster! Remind students that just getting loud won’t get you anywhere: “Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.”
How do you nudge a group of timid Level 1 students to overcome their initial awkwardness with the target language and become adventurous, curious, talkative explorers…
How often do you do drawing activities in class? Maybe it should be more often! Not only is drawing fun, it’s also a great way to demonstrate comprehension
February 15, 2019 Audrey Irias For those who have taught for more than two years, you know that different fads come and go, imposed upon us teachers from
On the surface, this idea sounds simple. Input is stuff coming in. For a language class, that means students are hearing or reading something.
Free printable mini-poster! The planets in our solar system labeled in the target language, along with a helpful reminder… because sometimes kids get lost. 🙂