Movie Talks

I read about movie talks with Martina Bex. (www.martinabex.wordpress.com).  I had a “typical” worksheet to watch Julieta Venegas’ “Limon y Sal.”  My students were going to watch the video and number the scenes as they saw them.  However, I threw it out and decided to just pause the video and ask questions.  I asked questionsContinue reading “Movie Talks”

Authentic Resources on Assessments

Like most teachers, I always try to increase my use of authentic resources in the classroom.  One of my favorite ideas I got from the Creative Language Class blog.  (www.creativelanguageclass.wordpress.com)  I display several articles in the target language throughout the classroom.  Students find their vocabulary words and copy down the words in Spanish and English.Continue reading “Authentic Resources on Assessments”