It is time for our weekly Friday round-up together! I am back from a wonderful time in South Carolina and Virginia. As much as I love being by the beach, it also feels so nice to be home in Maryland as well. Many teachers seem knee deep in traveling or conferences, but there are some great posts to read this week:
- This post is thoughtful as foreign language teachers continue to define what exactly being “intermediate” looks like.
- I really appreciate the honesty in Señor Fernie’s post about his reflection of his last year and how to recalibrate.
- Google Forms now allows you to grade question by question to make it easier. I am enjoying using Google Forms for a lot of feedback recently, and I am impressed with the updates.
- Also- I really identify with Keith Toda’s post about language camps. As someone who uses comprehensible input but also uses IPAs, I often feel in between two camps.
- Here is my reflection from last year’s World Language EdCamp in Maryland.
- Speaking warm-up or exit ticket ideas
- This is the journal reflection that I use with my students.