SpanishPlans on Instagram#mindset #growthmindset #teachersofinstagramDon’t limit your students to the tenses that are “covered” in your textbook. Students can pick up any tense when you use them naturally. Comprensible and repetitive use in the context of a story is more beneficial than memorizing verb charts. My students don’t know what a “stem change verb” is or “imperfect tense” but they can use both of them in level 1, with good accuracy (you can’t expect perfection) #teacherrant #spanishteacher #clasedeespañol #spanishteachersofinstagram #spanishtribe #ciworks #spanishteachersI loooooved these cookies from #CostaRica. #chiky I used to be able to buy them at Walgreens years ago. #galletas (Edit, apparently you can still buy them at @walmart , just not at mine 😩)When life imitates art..... I asked my girlfriend to marry me on New Years Day. She said Yes!!!! 💑♥️💍Wow, I have over 50 Spanish novel titles for my Spanish 1 students, plus several higher level novels, plus a TON of printable booklets, plus authentic magazines and other books. My room is full of books! #spanishteacher #freevoluntaryreading #spanishteachersofinstagram #clasedeespañol #fvr #ssr #spanishtribe #profedeeleFrom @nprmusic . Can’t wait for our annual March Music Madness tournament this year!
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During last week’s first days of school, our blog passed the 4 million total views mark. Wow, what an honor to know that thousands of Spanish teachers around the world have visited our blog. We are truly amazed to see … Continue reading
Oh my god, you guys!! Look who visited my class today! I had my fan girl moment as Juanes was part of our class story. We’ve also had visits previously from Beyonce (not Bey-doce or Bey-trece), John Cena, Cristiano Ronaldo, … Continue reading
Our Facebook Spanish Project, after going over a major upgrade this summer, has reached over 1,000 sales. If you have downloaded this product in the past, make sure you have the newest version by signing in and downloading the product … Continue reading
February: It’s the year’s shortest month and yet somehow it feels like the longest. To help get us through the month, we’d like to add a little humor to your workplace. Many of you are familiar with our teacher memes, … Continue reading
To give you something to look forward to as you head back to the classroom, we are pleased to announce a Back to School Contest. One lucky winner will walk away with a notebook, pen, and one of our most … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we have been nominated and make the voting process For the Top 100 Language Learning Blogs as presented by lexiophiles.com. Out of 935 nominations, our site, Spanish Plans, is up for Top Blog. If … Continue reading
Teacher Appreciation Jackpot! Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week, and Sunday, May 6th is sure to be your lucky day! I’m excited to announce the very first Teacher Appreciation Jackpot, an amazing “blog hop” event involving over 130 education bloggers!