I love Quizlet. It’s a great practice tool for students in many ways! I love that there are so many different things you can do with it – like playing Head’s up using Quizlet to support students. A little while ago, I stumbled upon this post by Quizlet about some variations. I decided to try out… Read More Quizlet Live Variations
Exciting news! Señora Lee and Yona from Spanish Resource Shop will be representing over 20 of the best-selling Spanish teacher-authors from Teachers Pay Teachers at the Southern Conference On Language Teaching in Atlanta from March 15 – 17. They can’t wait to give away tons of free resources, TPT gift cards and gift baskets! Maybe you’re like me and worried about missing out (#FOMO anyone?).… Read More SCOLT Atlanta – Pre-Conference Giveaway!
My goal as a Spanish teacher is to help my students become proficient in the language. In my first few years of teaching, I was never against retakes – as people, we don’t always get everything right the first try. But, I did really struggle with how to organize and structure retakes in a way… Read More How I Handle Retakes
February is almost over, and the world is starting to turn green for March. Because it’s spring? Not quite.. more like because St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner! St. Patrick’s Day is a fun holiday, but it’s hard to enjoy it in Spanish class. Here’s a few ways you can bring a little green… Read More St. Patrick’s Day in Spanish Class
If you’ve been following along for a while, you know that my department and I are still tied to our textbook (En Español). It’s frustrating and we are working to rewrite curriculum to get away from it, and have been trying to include more and more authentic resources as we go, but for now it’s… Read More Spin a Sentence + Telephone Pictionary
I’ve decided to do a Share the Love Giveaway over on my Instagram! Hop over to there to find TWO chances to win: Tag your teacher bestie(s) for a chance for THEM to win $10 to TpT. Want an entry for yourself? Head to my TpT store, then comment on my Instagram post with the… Read More Share the Love Giveaway!
Every now and then when I’m teaching, I become completely flabbergasted when a student raises their hand and asks me, “Where’s (country)?” It never fails to surprise me when students are unfamiliar with geography, but it always encourages me to continue to try and find ways to build in that geographical understanding as we are… Read More Google Maps to Integrate Culture and Geography