Foreign Language Teaching

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Foreign language teaching with an emphasis on German.

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Choice Boards by Communication Mode in the Foreign Language Class

There is increasing research that shows that learner independence builds confidence and increases academic performance and language proficiency. I have seen an increase in choice boards among language teachers on social media. These boards provide students with options of how to learn and practice content or a skill. They also encourage students to be more…

17 Spectacular Castles in Southern Germany you NEED to visit (map included)

Looking for the best castles in Southern Germany? This itinerary has 17 of the most beautiful castles & palaces, with a map, itinerary & guide to help you.

How To RECORD & ADD VOICEOVER to Google Slides - Distance Learning

Welcome to Teach Ms. Campbell! Learn an EASY & DETAILED way to RECORD and ADD VOICEOVER into Google Slides! I use a FREE website to RECORD MY VOICE called ht...

What I Know About Germans

Here are some things about Germany and its inhabitants I have noticed during my time spent here, living in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Weiden in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria and Kiel, Schleswig-Hols…

11 German Idioms

Germans will sound crazy iif you do not know the idioms that they are using, because idioms is something of a secret to the people of that language.

Fast vergessene deutsche Vornamen

Vor hundert Jahren gang und gäbe - heute fast vergessen: Hören wir diese Namen schon bald gar nicht mehr?

6 Free and Cheap Review Games

Classroom games are great for those days because they're the best of both worlds: your students get to have fun; you know you're still covering content.Try out these 6 different super easy games for test review, trivia contests, introducing a unit, or anything else you can think of!

5 German Short Stories For Beginners

How to find a good short story in German? We've collected a couple of short stories suited for beginning language learners you can read right now!

The Elements of Literature

Speutschlish

cataclysmicmelody: “ deutschepillenvonvirginiadalo: “ Endungen mit bestimmten Genus ” they DO have a rule??? desire to learn german intensifies ”

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How to create a Comprehension-based Midterm or final - The Comprehensible Classroom

Learn how to design a midterm or final exam for a proficiency-oriented language course. Find out what to include and see examples!

Reading Stations in the Foreign Language Classroom

Students need to engage with a text to truly understand the themes, concepts, vocabulary and structures. Reading comprehension questions don't provide much engagement with text. Here are some ideas for creating reading stations for your foreign language students. These are activities that require students to engage with the text and make meaning. These are general…

Foreign Language Speaking Activity, In-Class or Distance Learning

Like everyone else I am figuring out what I can use during distance learning. This is a speaking activity that I do in the classroom either as a whole class or in small groups. It has transitioned well to the remote learning classroom, particularly with platforms that allow screen-sharing. You can copy the template to…

10 add-ons to Google Classroom you MUST try - Ditch That Textbook

The basic functions of Google Drive and Google Classroom are only the starting point for the innovative and creative uses one can use in the classroom. Alice Keeler, my co-author in our upcoming book Ditch That Homework, proves that again and again. Alice is one of the only people I know personally who codes for […]

Choice Boards by Communication Mode in the Foreign Language Class

There is increasing research that shows that learner independence builds confidence and increases academic performance and language proficiency. I have seen an increase in choice boards among language teachers on social media. These boards provide students with options of how to learn and practice content or a skill. They also encourage students to be more…

Here’s All The Virtual Tours Available That Are Totally FREE

This list of virtual tours and field trips will let you explore the world like never before! Here's The Entire List of Virtual Tours You Can Take This Year.

Free Virtual Vacation Field Trips

A teaching blog filled with engaging and helpful resources for the elementary classroom. Come to find freebies and other fun resources!

17 Spectacular Castles in Southern Germany you NEED to visit (map included)

Looking for the best castles in Southern Germany? This itinerary has 17 of the most beautiful castles & palaces, with a map, itinerary & guide to help you.

How To RECORD & ADD VOICEOVER to Google Slides - Distance Learning

Welcome to Teach Ms. Campbell! Learn an EASY & DETAILED way to RECORD and ADD VOICEOVER into Google Slides! I use a FREE website to RECORD MY VOICE called ht...

How to Teach Remotely with EdPuzzle

Learn how to teach remotely with EdPuzzle, a video customization platform that will help transform video lessons into interactive experiences for students. I...

What I Know About Germans

Here are some things about Germany and its inhabitants I have noticed during my time spent here, living in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Weiden in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria and Kiel, Schleswig-Hols…

11 German Idioms

Germans will sound crazy iif you do not know the idioms that they are using, because idioms is something of a secret to the people of that language.

Summer Reading 2015 | The Ultimate List for Teachers | Education Closet

The school year may be getting ready to come to an end, or has already ended for those lucky few. Here is a nice summer reading collection of books to keep.

A Great Summer Reading List for Teachers

Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

Fast vergessene deutsche Vornamen

Vor hundert Jahren gang und gäbe - heute fast vergessen: Hören wir diese Namen schon bald gar nicht mehr?