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SpanishPlans on Instagram12,000 teachers have downloaded our free lesson…. But maybe it’s time for part two. What would you add as stereotypes 11-20 to address with your students?Which one would you use the most? Tell us in the comments and we’ll select one teacher to receive their favorite stamp.How to use the target language on the first day and then discuss strategies of what a teacher and student need to do to make sure they understand and that they can be successful! This lesson is free. 🥳 The link in in our bio, but please leave a comment If you’re going to download it.New to teaching with CI? Want some easy to implement strategies and lessons to use through the year? Get inspired with this teachers guide. Leave a message if you want a direct link.Teachers love these posters! Who needs a link 🙋? leave a comment ⬇️ and Make sure you are following us.Anyone started their blood born pathogen and other compliance training?
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With the recent discussion about names, this message popped up: What are your thoughts about this? Does this seem right? Would this spark controversary? Take a minute to gather your thoughts before reading ahead….
What was once a very common practice in Spanish classrooms has now become a bit controversial. While many teachers are choosing to no longer give students random “Spanish names”, the practice still continues. But those that continue to give names … Continue reading
Thank you to all those who have participated so far in our #MoreThanSombreros campaign. Our goal is to celebrate the rich culture of the Mexican community and bring an awareness on how some images may be stereotypical. We choose to … Continue reading
I happened to take a look at some of the products a popular Spanish-teacher catalog was promoting. As someone who enjoys not only the language, but the culture of the Spanish-speaking world I was embarrassed by what I have seen … Continue reading