To piggyback off one of our earlier posts where we talk about the importance of Perspective in World Language, we wanted to post our perspective images that make up our Perspective Wall to display in your classroom.
My theme for my classes this year will be travel, and you get see all our previous posts about this topic here. Today’s posts offer some images that you can print to use as bulletin board material or frame and hang to … Continue reading
Got into my classroom today and am making some progress on decorating. Wanted to share what I’ve got so far; perhaps an idea might inspire you. I love using plastic tableclothes for bulletin boards. They are so easy to put … Continue reading
Take those old road maps, or vacation brochures with maps and create an inspiring bulletin board. Use the die-cut machine and create messages such as “Travel” or messages in the target language to inspire your students to see the world. … Continue reading
Looking for an easy way to “class”-up your classroom on the cheap? We’ll show you how you can turn an ordinary month-to-month calendar into a piece of art. Step 1: Find a monthly calendar on clearance in December or January. … Continue reading
I saw this picture on pinterest and, like many images, I thought of how I could incorporate it into a foreign language classroom. This post from SewWoodsy featured this door covered in pictures in the style of instagram. How cool … Continue reading
Ok, I’m frustrated. There is nothing more aggravating when kids just sit at their desks because they don’t understand a word. Nope, instead of bothering to look in their notes, they would rather do nothing. And you would they would … Continue reading
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We took slides that our students created as a result of our Futbol webquest and turned it into a bulletin board: We arranged them in order as the teams finished the previous season with Barcelona at the top as champions, … Continue reading
I decided to spread my influence outside my classroom this year and take on a bit of the hallway. I created the following display, featuring “Todos Somos América,” with an outline of North and South America and pictures of various … Continue reading
Welcome back, teachers! The 2013-2014 school year is upon us. Many teachers have already headed back to work, some are getting their classrooms ready, and some still have precious few days left. To help with the transition we’re posting some … Continue reading