Core Practices Hacks: But, For R.E.A.L. from Kentucky Teacher. Follow this link to read the fourth of a series of articles that highlight to Core Practices. In each you will find ideas, examples and reflections on these practices. You can find the links to the other articles on this page.
Want to incorporate Google Geo Tools in your classroom? Then be sure to visit Google Geo Tools: Virtual Reality in the Language Classroom by Heidi Trude.
Want to consider (reconsider) your gradebook categories. You will find some ideas in this blogpost Grade for Proficiency from The Comprehensible Classroom.
Do you like to use games in your classroom. Then check out this article GimKit – You HAVE to check it out! from Srta. Spanish. The blogpost states that it is better than Kahoot, Quizlet and Quizizz! Let us know if you try it!
Many MaFLA colleagues incorporate Brain Breaks into their classes. Want some new ideas? Check out BEST BRAIN BREAKS – from the Comprehensible Classroom!
I am trying to incorporate more topics about Social Justice into my classes. This website – Spanish for Social Justice – is a gem. The Spanish for Social Justice Teacher Network was form in 2010 by a group of high school Spanish teacher in Vancouver, BC who wanted to move beyond their textsbooks, and provide students with engaging content that promotes mindful global citizenship. Be sure to browse the various themes and resources available!
Want to check out the 2018 OFLA Conference and the various presentations? Then visit this Pinterest Page – OFLA Conference 2018 – Contextualize This! – to see the various resources from the sessions. Thanks OFLA for sharing!
Stephanie Carboneau, a French teacher in Maine, recently published a blogpost in which she share several of her go-tos to keep her students using the language. Check out this blogpost at Footprints in the Language Sandbox.
So what are your Go-tos? Here is a great list of Go-Tos from the blogpost March Sanity#3: Savor Your Go-Tos shared by MaFLA’s Rebecca Blouwoulff. Gracias and Merci!
Do you sometimes have issues keeping students in the target language? Then be sure to check out this blogpost – Motivating Students to Stay in the Target Language – from the Confidence Classroom.