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Claudia Willis Mar 7
I always dreamed for my students to use the target language in class. Thanks to Methodology, I can see faster outcomes and more meaningful language production.
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Vicky Mercier Jun 11
So proud of my junior class motivated to use drama & collaboration skills to learn French & present their play Le garçon qui joue des tours using green screen app=> c’est fantastique!
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Claudia Willis Mar 11
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Audrey Misiano Jun 17
speed reading contest-check this kid out! He is amazing-he even beat me at speed reading the entire play-in under 50 seconds! And O hear he has memorized the play, too! 🤩😊
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Pauline Galea Jul 15
No PP with Lessons all planned for you. Very interactive and listening/speaking focused. Check it out!
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Steve Lai Apr 26
Historically for me, the issue is the pace of learning AFTER they go on to higher grades. Pace slows... I start teaching them at grade 1.
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textivate Mar 9
Textivate is a tool for generating interactive text-based activities (text reconstruction, gap-fills, text games, vocab games etc) based on any text that you put into it. Website: User-guides:
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Steve Smith 🇪🇺 Feb 19
Did you know? Mayer et al (2015) found learners recalled words best, especially long term when they performed gestures to go with the words. But anything which makes words memorable thru deeper processing is good.
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Hands On ilm Apr 23
Back to basic phrases, tu veux, tu peux. After some modelling, have them think up questions for their classmates to respond to. Good infinitive & negation practice too eg je veux mange ou je veux manger? We do this using an 'r' gesture.
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Victoria Vajda Jul 5
Some things may never change. Yes, I may have been the only person sitting on the floor at but an never sits in chairs, always floor, kneeling, crouching or standing. I made my own
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Sylvia Duckworth Jun 20
A2: Because I was a Core French teacher, I used it to teach new vocabulary. Also, because I was an teacher, my students used it as a way to do story retells.
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Trevor C Anderson May 27
I’m planning a to sometime in the next few years. If anyone has taken students there and can offer any advice, let me know.
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Victoria Vajda Jul 5
Some tres tres fantastique ideas for your FSL classroom 👍👍👍
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Clique Education May 1
Come see us at alley featuring new companies We are helping teachers get access to resources and lesson plans!
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Hands On ilm Jul 8
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Richard Smith Jan 15
My fellow teachers: Ask not what your students know about the language. Ask what your students CAN DO WITH the language. (Inspired by John F.Kennedy’s inaugural speech)
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Mackenzie Neale May 1
I love the Dessine 1-2-3 activity from - the pictures make me laugh so much.
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Trevor C Anderson May 23
Replying to @monsieurtca
Getting a head start on organizing a correspondence project between my 7th/8th graders and a class from a Francophone country during the 19-20 school year. Contact me here, if you can help.
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Mlle Mesquita Mar 20
Grade 6 students are working on putting sentences in order 🐸
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Mackenzie Neale May 23
What are your favourite music or drama activities in your foreign language classroom?
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