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Answers in Red
Ms. Alphin’s routine for grading homework also serves as great quiz and test preparation. It’s a simple but very effective strategy that works well with all of her students – even her most intractable learners.
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Charting Class Participation
For this foreign language teacher, managing classroom discussion and encouraging full participation is a must. Her technique for getting students to speak up, and her strategy for tracking their participation, will work in any class.
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Donde esta la Rana? (Where is the Frog?)
Here's a unique way to see if your students learned their vocabulary words: instead of a test or quiz, emply this activity. You'll see their progress and they will have fun!
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Fiesta with Friends
What better way to learn Spanish than with a field trip fiesta and some menotoring from older students. Read about Ms. Adams' tip and see why her students say it's muy bueno!
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Foreign Langauge Ice-Breakers
Getting your foreign language learners back in the groove when school starts can be fun with this tip. Ms. O'Neill's students think so, too! See if her tip can work for you.
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French Web Site
When Ms. Wells discovered there were very few sites available for students in French programs to use for review and extra help, she designed her own! Read about her tip and check out her website!
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Sharing Language Skills
Ms. Naveau found a great way for her elementary school French learners to practce their skills, she she enlisted her local high school students. Read about the local pen pal arrangement that helps them learn technology tools as well!
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Smack It!
Who would think that using a fly-swatter could help students learn vocabulary words? Ms. Matic knows it does! Read more about her "Smack It!" tip to build vocabulary.
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Spanish Skit Dialogues
Amy G. likes to help student pairs construct skit dialogues at the end of a unit with recycled and current content and vocabulary. With props and preparation, this fun activity also serves as an effective learning experience.
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Teaching Vocabulary with Power Point
Ms. Blaurock created a Power Point that reinforces new vocabulary words for her Spanish learners. The presentation scrolls on a monitor while she's teaching class. Find out more about her "electronic bulletin board" idea.
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