As language teachers, we know the impact words have. So I appreciated a recent thread in a facebook group that Bill Langley (@welangley) posted for how teachers can use better language to provide a more welcoming environment in their classroom. There were some great responses and these were my favorites: Continue reading
SpanishPlans on InstagramWho will win this year? Download bracket (link in bio) #spanishteacher #spanishclassJoin our FB group and get the latest!16 songs from the past year battle it out to see who wins as voted by students of Spanish. Print the bracket and get playlist. #spanishteachers #spanishteacher #maniamusicaldemarzo #locurademarzo #marchmusicamadness #iteachspanish #spanishclass #spanishtribe#jaja9 songs revealed from our March Music Madness. Join our FB (link in bio) to see which songs. And less than 80 new members to reveal the final 7 at once. #spanishteachers #iteachspanish #spanishteachers #spanishteachertribe #spanishprofeI don’t know about you, but creating a family tree did little to advance my proficiency in the amount of time that it took to draw it. #spanishclass #unpopularopinion #AgreeorDisagree ?
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- RT @placido: I’ll be using this bracket with my classes in March! Are any of you also doing March Musical Madness in your language classes?… 6 hours ago
- Download the bracket now! spanishplans.org/mmm20/ https://t.co/jLvQHSd7lJ 1 day ago
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- Love using these stories from Eric Herman's book "Assessing Spanish Proficiency with Stories". The stories are quic… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- Bracket released! SpanishPlans.org/mmm20 https://t.co/HPR3Jymo4j 3 days ago