Top Pins 2015

A few years ago, we brought your our Top 10 Pins as determined by the number of repins on pinterest. At that time, we only had 500 followers. We now have almost 7,000. If you aren’t following us yet, here is your personal invitation!

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Click on any of the images below to re-pin to your own boards.
1. Cuando tu profesor te separa de tu mejor amigo en clase

AuthenticResourcesPinterestUsing Instagram as authentic resource of images in our Spanish Lessons. Real life language used as comprehensible input.



2. Uh oh. Teacher called on me. Wasn’t listening. Minion Meme.

Teacher called on me. Wasn't listening meme

Our minion meme is one of our most popular teacher memes. Forget “Grumpy Cat”; the minions are the big hit of using memes in the classroom. Use these images to remind students to pay attention.




3. Subject Pronoun Door

Remember the subject pronouns can be tough work for early Spanish students (heck, they sometimes struggke with the English versions) so these posters are perfect to hang on your door as visual reminders.




4. Trivia Crack Questions in Spanish
TriviaCrackSpanishQuestionsUsing Trivia Crack in your Spanish class. Great way to see authentic questions such as
“¿Cúantos ojos tiene el personaje Mike Wazowski de la película Monsters Inc.?”



5. How Fluent are you?
Fluency in Spanish

A comic that deals with language aquisition.

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