Writing Topics Jump to navigation Read our full response to the COVID-19 crisis and see how Thoughtful Learning is here to help. Writing Topics How do I use writing topics in my classroom? 10 Emotions That Can Only Be Explained in French Franz Lang / © Culture Trip Add travel ideas to a Plan and see them on a map Got it! French is a romantic language that seduces the heart like none other, so there’s no surprise it’s enriched with a wealth of words describing emotions that are tricky to articulate. Here are some of the most poignant examples. Dépaysement Tips and Tricks: Some Essential Basic Tools any 21st Century Teacher should Know About. Do you know how to download a video from youtube or convert a PDF or a website into an editable Word document? Do you know where to find free images and videos to use in your projects or how to record audio and create a QR code to share with your students and colleagues? Did you know that long URLs can be easily shortened so that they can be shared more easily? If you don’t, then this post might be for you! I’m not a digital native.
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Travel - Why the French don’t show excitement When I was 19 years old, after five years of back-and-forth trips that grew longer each time, I finally relocated officially from the United States to France. Already armed with a fairly good grasp of the language, I was convinced that I would soon assimilate into French culture. Of course, I was wrong.
6 Digital Tools for Differentiated Instruction As educators, we are always looking for ways to address the numerous academic needs of our students within the classroom. There are students who need more help, students who need to be challenged more, and those students somewhere in the middle. Technology can help both assess what students need as well as challenge them to grow.
La Dyslexie: A French language podcast This page authored by Laura Franklin, Northern Virginia Community College, based on the Neopodia website Author Profile Summary In this listening comprehension exercise, students will complete a questionnaire based on a podcast on the topic of dyslexia. Teaching Strategy: A Daily Warm-Up to Build Empathy in Class Assess your own level of empathy. Before you start talking about empathy with students, think about your own ability to be empathetic and understanding. The Toronto Empathy Questionnaire (TEQ) is a quick self-assessment that allows you to reflect upon your skills.Set clear expectations. Establish the expectation that everyone shares a response to the question, including you!