Good stuff for French learners like me

I've learned a lot about early language acquisition recently. As I've been formatting the French adaptations of my Spanish curriculum, I have been SUPER EXCITED about all of the language that I have picked up along the way. (You can read something that I wrote about it--in French--here!) I'd like to share with you some of … Continue reading Good stuff for French learners like me

TCI Training Video available online!

If you missed the live EPC Show #15 this afternoon, have no fear! You can still access the content and engage with the presenters. View the hour-long iFLT15 preview on YouTube (click here), or check out its Google Plus event page to watch the archived show and read through the during and after-show Q&A (click here). … Continue reading TCI Training Video available online!

Free TCI training TODAY (Sunday) at 6pm Central Time

This evening--Sunday, May 17, 2015--you can attend a TCI training for FREE from the comfort of your own home. Join Paulino Brener’s Google Hangout "Educators, Performers, Creators Show #15" at 6pm CDT to hear TCI strategies from Carol Gaab, Kristy Placido, Carrie Toth, and me! Here is the link to the Hangout: https://plus.google.com/…/events/cac27nnu40brd8cggk5tj67r3ds. Click the image below … Continue reading Free TCI training TODAY (Sunday) at 6pm Central Time

Five great Cinco de Mayo resources for Spanish classes

Cinco for El Cinco

Here are five great Cinco de Mayo resources that I've found around the Web. Coming off of a lively #authres conversation during #langchat (that I read post-facto), I want to clarify what makes a 'great resource' in my mind: A great resource is interesting [or it can be made interesting] That's it. If it's interesting, I'll find a way to … Continue reading Cinco for El Cinco

Paperless hoarding

My husband's real estate business is completely paperless (you can check it out here--it's awesome), and he is constantly harassing--I mean encouraging--me to become a paperless teacher. Ha! I mean, seriously. I was just down in our "dungeon" (most people would call it a crawlspace), where all of my teacher materials are stored, and I think … Continue reading Paperless hoarding

Superlame

I recently discovered this awesome website: www.superlame.com. Don't let the title fool you--it's great! Superlame allows students to upload photos and add speech, thought, etc. bubbles with text to them. What I love about this--as opposed to other, similar websites--is the ease of use. There are no 'catches' here! Unlike Bubblr (which requires students to use photos … Continue reading Superlame

Announcing…the Christmas Giveaway!

Thank you to November's winner, Kristin Duncan, for responding to my HELP! Tweet about ideas for the December giveaway. Thanks to her brilliant mind, I am very excited to announce that this month, one of my lucky readers will win a year-long subscription to www.textivate.com. I blogged about this awesome resource back in 2012, and … Continue reading Announcing…the Christmas Giveaway!

Immigrant Archive Project

The Immigrant Archive Project is a really neat website that I found through the Esperanza Teacher's Guide. It contains pages upon pages of videos of immigrants to the United States telling their stories. The possibilities for classroom use of this site are endless! The activity that is published in Chapter 9 of the Esperanza's Teacher's … Continue reading Immigrant Archive Project