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Inside: A peek into dozens of Spanish classrooms, of all kinds, shapes, and sizes! A well-designed room won’t make or break your teaching. Oh, but it can make a difference in how you and your students feel. Some of you have very limited options, and very tight budgets. There’s some serious classroom eye-candy here, but the
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Making rhymes and playing with words is one of the most reliable indicators that children are getting control of language. They are becomin...
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Are you a new Dual language teacher? Welcome! I hope you'll find this tips helpful! This post may contain affiliate links. It might seem obvious, duh I'm a teacher of course I have to be patient! It is so different when you have a room full of kiddos who are learning a language. You will give directions and some students will give you a blank stare because they have no idea what just happened. Let me tell you, when teaching language learners, you will have to find the patience you didn't…
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An important way to build relationships in your classroom is with a morning meeting. One of the components of morning meeting is a “game.” As a Spanish immersion teacher, I am always looking for easy, quick games that can be used during this portion of the day. I often use equity sticks and let the ... Read More about 12 Morning Meeting Games in Spanish
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If you teach Spanish reading to beginning readers in the USA more than likely you are expected to teach high frequency words. Here are 3 things you may want to keep in mind when teaching these words: 1. Spanish high frequency words are not sight words. Sight words in English, are words that usually cannot be decoded phonetically or 'sounded out'. Because of this, we teach children to recognize them by 'sight’ that is, to memorize them. Spanish however, is a mostly phonetic language, words…
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