Q&A Recorded FB LIVE Session – January 2019

Whether you are just beginning to Dip your Toes into the waters of comprehension based teaching or are a seasoned pro looking for hacks and novelty, you've got questions! Get your questions answered in LIVE Q&As There is no one right way to teach comprehensibly, and hearing many different perspectives will help you to develop … Continue reading Q&A Recorded FB LIVE Session – January 2019

Gasolinazo: What’s happening in Mexico?

Head's up, USA: "Gas Shortage in Mexico could mess up your Super Bowl party by causing a guacamole crisis". You've GOT to be kidding me. Language teachers share authentic perspectives Perhaps you have heard mention of the gas shortage in Mexico. In an effort to crack down on the costly huachicol (petroleum theft), Mexico's newly inaugurated president Andrés Manuel … Continue reading Gasolinazo: What’s happening in Mexico?

Cataplún/Kaboom! – Small group game for language classes

Tomorrow is Friday, it's the first week back from break, and you're exhausted. What to do, what to do... "MovieTalk?" --you think-- "No, too much standing and talking." "Asking a story?" --but you dismiss it-- "Too much standing and talking and energy used in general." "Picture Talk?" --now there's an idea!-- "No, too much using … Continue reading Cataplún/Kaboom! – Small group game for language classes

How did you learn and grow as a professional in 2018? Share your #MyFives #langchat to inspire other teachers in the coming year!

#MyFives: 5 Ways I learned in 2018

You know who I followed in 2018, you've checked out my recommended blog posts...now, it's time for #MyFives Day 3: Ways I learned in 2018. Remember to share your #MyFives Ways you learned in 2018 on whatever platform you use to connect with teachers (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.). Follow #MyFives #langchat to round out the … Continue reading #MyFives: 5 Ways I learned in 2018

FIVE language teachers that I followed in 2018...and I will keep following in 2019! #MyFives Day 1 #langchat

#MyFives: World language teachers I followed in 2018

I'm closing out 2018 with FIVE blog posts, each one featuring a collection of FIVE fast and furious reflections on 2018 or glances toward the future. I invite you to join me by sharing your #MyFives each day in your own way: blog them, tweet them, Facebook them, comment them, Insta them...however you share, share! … Continue reading #MyFives: World language teachers I followed in 2018