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A detailed explanation of the Cornell Method of notetaking. Very helpful!

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from TIME.com

The Secret to Quickly Learning a Foreign Language as an Adult

How to teach yourself another language - How David Bailey learned French in only 17 days | Time

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from Kid World Citizen

"My Place in the World:" Kids Geography Project

My Place in the World project...this would be perfect for teaching levels of trust for kids with social thinking issues - further out = protect yourself

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Taylor Swift songs in Spanish? You know your students will be running to class to hear this! Check out the Spanish version of these 10 hit songs!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

The Ultimate Spanish Substitute Plans

Too lazy to write your Emergency Sub Plans for the school year? Don't fear! The Ultimate Spanish Substitute Teacher Plans are here! These Spanish class substitute plans are designed for the Sub who does NOT speak Spanish. Read now, organize yourself for the school year!

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Learn Beginner Spanish: PRESENTARSE ( Introduce yourself) Great for reviewing the basics and comparing the different accents in Spanish regions.

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Feelings - quiz worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

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What's your language level? A guide for self-assessment, based on the European Framework of Reference for Languages, by Via Optimae, the fun way to learn Italian http://www.viaoptimae.com/2014/10/how-to-teach-yourself-italian-step-02.html

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from About.com Education

100 Spanish Words You Need To Know

100 Spanish Words You Need To Know: If you can learn these 100 words and understand how they're used, you'll be a long way toward being able to communicate freely in Spanish.

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Do you still find yourself singing the alphabet song when looking something up in a dictionary? What about using a song or rhyme to remember which months have 30 or 31 days? We all have learned this way! And what’s more... we still remember it as adults! That’s because it works! Now you can teach Spanish this way too! This song is a quick and easy way to teach the basic food vocabulary taught in Spanish 1. The song is sung to the tune of 'Do Your Ears Hang Low' and both the Spanish

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