Children's Books Forever PDFs of French children's stories
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Children's Books Forever - Livres gratuits en français (format PDF)
Children's Books Forever--free French books online
Livres pour enfants à télécharger
Children's Books Forever - free online books. In a few languages. Link goes to French books, but it's a quick click to English on the left.
Childrens Books Forever: French children's books pdf
French Immersion Links
Classic Chocolate #Mousse cakes| http://moussecakescollectionsmarc.blogspot.com
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Zut alors, these french expressions are great!
Teach students how to use WordReference instead of Google Translate!
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Teaching FSL: Word Reference vs Google Translate
http://www.wordreference.com/fr/ Teach students how to use WordReference instead of Google Translate for French words !
Las vocales: a, e, i, o, u - Spanish vowels. Very catchy tune with words.
Las vocales: a, e, i, o, u - Spanish vowels. Very catchy tune with subtitles in Spanish and English.
21 Grab-And-Go Teaching Tools For Your Classroom
21 Grab-And-Go Teaching Tools For Your Classroom ~ Every teacher wants to be able to make his or her classroom environment the optimum place for learning, interacting and engaging. Today, there is a wide assortment of free technology options available to enhance your instruction.
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Talk about this photograph of kids playing baseball to help your child learn Spanish. The questions that follow, like all the Learn Spanish with Pictures activities, are ordered to help children master the vocabulary and gain confidence with the language. Start with Describe the photo (1) and be sure to point to the objects in the picture as you talk about them. Use gestures, facial expressions and actions to help your child understand what the words mean. When your child understands the key words, ask questions from Choose the answer (2) and Pointing and counting (3). Ask the questions in Yes and No (4) to practice more of the vocabulary used in the description. If your child is comfortable enough with the Spanish words to produce them easily, include the questions in Say a little more (5). The questions in What about you? (6) give your child a chance to talk about herself. You will find a list of the words used in the description and questions in Vocabulary (7). Read more about Learn Spanish with Pictures here. 1. Describir la foto – Describe the photo Tres chicos juegan al béisbol. Uno de ellos se desliza para llegar a la base. Otro lleva un guante de béisbol y va a atrapar la pelota. La pelota está en el aire. El tercer chico tiene un bate. Detrás de ellos hay una cerca verde. En la cerca se puede ver la sombra de los chicos y la pelota. [Three boys are playing baseball. One of them is sliding to get to the base. Another is wearing a baseball glove and is going to catch the ball. The ball is in the air. The third boy has a bat. Behind them there is a green fence. On the fence you can see the shadow of the boys and the ball.] 2. Seleccionar la respuesta – Choose the answer ¿Hay tres o cuatro chicos? ¿Juegan al béisbol o al fútbol? ¿La pelota está en el guante o en el aire? 3. Señalar con el dedo – Pointing and counting ¿Cuántos chicos hay? ¿Dónde está la pelota? ¿Dónde está el bate? ¿Dónde está la cerca? ¿Dónde está la sombra de la pelota? 4. Sí o no – Yes or No ¿Hay cinco chicos en la foto? ¿Hay una cerca verde? ¿Los chicos juegan al fútbol? ¿Dos chicos tienen guantes de béisbol? ¿La pelota está en el aire? ¿Hay sombras en la cerca? 5. Decir un poco más – Say a little more (respuestas/answers) ¿Qué deporte juegan los chicos? – Juegan al béisbol. (They are playing baseball.) ¿Cuántos chicos hay? – Hay tres chicos. (There are three boys.) Un chico va a atrapar la pelota. ¿Qué tiene en la mano? – Tiene un guante de béisbol. (He has a baseball glove.) ¿Dónde está la pelota? – Está en el aire. (It’s in the air.) ¿De qué color es la cerca? – Es verde. (It’s green) ¿Dónde están las sombras? – Están en la cerca. (They are on the fence.) 6. ¿Y tú? – What about you? ¿Te gusta jugar al béisbol? Sí, me gusta…No, no me gusta…. ¿Qué deporte te gusta? Me gusta…. ¿Tienes una pelota? Sí, tengo…No, no tengo… ¿Qué te gusta hacer con tus amigos? Me gusta jugar…, Me gusta charlar…Me gusta ver televisión…etc. 7. Vocabulario – Vocabulary tres – three chicos – boys juegan – are playing el béisbol – baseball uno – one se desliza – is sliding llegar – to get to, to arrive la base – the base otro – another lleva – is wearing un guante de béisbol – a baseball glove va a atrapar – is going to catch la pelota – the ball el aire – the air el tercer – the third tiene – has un bate – a baseball bat detrás – behind hay – there is una cerca – a fence verde – green se puede ver – you can see (impersonal you) la sombra – the shadow Photo Credit: goingslo via Compfight cc
Description and questions about photo are structured to help kids master vocabulary and give them confidence. A fun, simple speaking activity. #spanish #baseball #activity
(FREE) This is a beautiful poster of the Spanish alphabet. Each letter has a colorful picture with word. The printable also include "ch", "ll", and "rr" and notes that they are no longer unique letters but specific sounds in the Spanish language.
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Using project based learning in the WL classroom
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Great ideas for Project based learning ... Especially menu project
Don Doehla, MA, NBCT's picture, Project based learning for World languages.
Free French Children's Stories Online | Feature on Trilingual Mama
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Free French Children's Stories Online | Feature on Trilingual Mama + links to other websites with free ebooks in multiple languages
Alexis Thornton's portaportal guest sign in "Athornton" amazing resources/games for all topics
Body System, 2Nd Grade
Nevermind the image, this site has many links to websites for interactive body systems
Only pic I could pin was an ad on the page, but there are a ton of great online activities already organized here for 2nd grade
I believe that games are a fabulous way to learn new material. Games should not be saved for special days, but rather integrated regularly into language classes. As we know, learners need repeated contact with the target language and culture to ultimately become proficient in the language they are studying. Games are a great way …
10 games useful in any language class
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10 Instant Games for Language Classes - Real Life Language
Using games in the foreign language classroom.
Great game ideas
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Amy Lenord on Twitter: "I have these edited as much as I can! Thanks to Greg Duncan for letting me adapt his text to make these! #langchat http://t.co/kQYpJ0w7qe"
8 Things Kids should Be Able to Do with Technology.
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21st Century Learning
What do you think about this? I'm on the fence on this one. Isn't the ethical use of technology a 21st century skill we want our kids to have across the contents, in addition to a learning tool?
Technology is a Tool, not a learning outcome. It is important that educators know how to use technology effectively in the classroom, especially in technological literacy. Some teachers just make students use technology to complete work but yet it is not enhancing their learning. Use technology to let students learning become more advanced and allow them to think more critically about different concepts through research. It is important in using technology that educators teach the safe ways of doing so. It is also important educators try to avoid sending students hope to complete technological tasks because of some families that do not have the technology like a computer or tablet to complete tasks.
Technology is a Tool - Remember this!
Get to know each other using the TL! | Creative Language Class