I had been tossing around the idea of doing the QR Code Running Dictation post from Keith Toda over at Totally Comprehensible Latin combined with a sort of..scavenger hunt adventure to work ... Read More about QR Code Interpretive Reading Activity
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The end of the year is coming quickly! Everyone is antsy - teachers + students. It's hard to focus. It's hard to get work done. This is that time of the year where you find your GO TO, high ... Read More about 5 End of the Year Activities for Spanish Class
Listening with Vibby I'm always on the hunt for new ways to practice listening in my classes. I'm also always on the journey to find better ways to incorporate technology to support language ... Read More about Listening Activity: Vibby
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I love technology in my classroom. In my first few years as a teacher, I was lucky to work in a school that was 1:1, wasn't in the crazy roll-out stage, and had an instructional technology ... Read More about Technology & Acquisition – Friends or Foes?