Language is the lovely, wild flower growing in the forest.
This poster can be downloaded and used to make your expectations visible in the classroom.
Reader’s Theater is a way of “revisiting” a familiar text that makes it fun and compelling.
Blaine thought his new students were a little bizarre. They were all squirrels and refused to sit in their chairs. Blaine gave them books, but his students ate the books. He gave them worksheets, but they ate the worksheets.
“Enjoy yourself. Have fun. Laugh at their funny ideas.”
My friend Christine, who has been studying English with me for several years now, was explaining to me that she
I adopted the approach “I teach using contemporary principles and methods for language learning and the results are excellent” instead of “I do things differently”.
Who is Sabrina Sebban-Janczak ? If you’ve met her, Sabrina is Sabrina, unique and unforgettable. If you haven’t met her
I was struck by the friendliness, the generosity, the helpfulness and the gracious hospitality of the Germans. More than the monuments and architecture, what impressed me were the lively, animated conversations that were being carried on in the cafés and streets and trains. There always seemed to be someone laughing somewhere. I hope to return before long.
What are ways to keep a entire film interesting to our students, scene after scene after scene?