Here I am going to list resources as I peruse the Internet for ” Back to School.” Check back often!
Refresh your Syllabus and Teach About Proficiency! – Thanks Leslie Grahn!
Need some ideas for refreshing your Syllbus – Here are some ideas from The Creative Language Classroom.
Resouces to Build Relationships with Your Students. Thanks Leslie Grahn
Positive , encouraging message in varfious Languages – Thanks Leslie Grahn!
Don’t miss these Class Opening Slides – Thanks Leslie Grahn!
Do yout need resources to gauge your students’ language proficiency at the start of the school year and build classroom community at the same time? Here are some resources for you. Thanks again, Leslie Grahn!
Here are some visuals to help you gauge your studens proficiency at the beginning of the school year. Thanks for another great resource Leslie Grahn!
Here is another interesting resource I have found. How to respect my ethnic name Thanks @AnpuLondon. Anpu has added You’re welcome to share this with your workplace etc. Please credit me. A PDF is available to download. – Download the resource here (free PDF): https://www.anpu.london/name
Liues lie Grahn suggests the following – Make yourself a warm fuzzy folder (real or digital) for all positive messages, cards, notes, emails, etc. you have received. When you experience a rough day, it’s your go-to place to focus on the positive, remind you how you have made a difference and how appreciated you are! Read more here!
What scaffolds and supports will you provide your students? word wall? chat mat? expressions of the day? Here are some resources for you. Thanks Leslie Grahn.
Are you a Spanish teacher in search of a word wall? Here’s a free downloadable one, Thanks again Leslie Grahn!
What are your class norms/expectations? Will students collaboratively create them (ex. class constitution)? Here are some resources. Thanks Leslie Grahn!
Are you planning to share the benefits of being proficient in another language with your students? Here are some resour. Thanks Leslie Grahn.
Need some brain breaks and mindfulness activities for your students? Here you can find some. Thanks Leslie Grahn
All of Lesalie Grahn’s resources and tips for starting the new year are here on her blogpost.
Be sure to check out these Brain Breaks. Fun
Here are 10 Nifty Starters for Languge Lessons from Language Teacher Toolkit: Steve Smith’s Blog!