Last year, I saw the idea of having students take photos of the vocabulary for their homework. I later used their pictures on their vocabulary quizzes. However, I think that this technology twist would really amplify the assignment. They can go to Phrase It, and they can add a caption to their photos! Each studentContinue reading “Picture vocabulary”
If you are addicted to Pinterest like me, I am sure you have seen the lists that extol the virtues of fall. It also exists in Spanish here: You could use it in many ways. You could ask students to figure out the different vocabulary, or you could ask if they like certain things. TheyContinue reading “Authentic Resource: Cosas que me gustan del otoño”
I found this on Pinterest today, and I HAD to share it with you! Check out some GREAT activities to do if you have five minutes left. Hopefully, you can use these this week.
I have transformed the way that I have my students present any projects this year. Since the students had worked hard on their magazines, I wanted students to actually look at two magazines in-depth. I had each student fill out two questionnaires for students. I had each student answer the following questions: 1. What isContinue reading “Presenting magazines”
This year was the first year that I had my own undecorated classroom. I spent some time crafting this summer. However, some of my easiest decor came from simple printouts that I laminated. I left the signs in English, and they are by my door. I want these small signs to symbolize how I feelContinue reading “Decorating my room”