Yr 7 Spanish Teaching the sound-written links Phonics is for me the point of departure for language learning whether introducing KS2 learners to a foreign language for the first time, beginning with an ab initio KS4 GCSE class or teaching adults. What I mean by phonics is teaching the key sounds of the foreign language (‘key’ being those sounds that are written the same butpronounced differently in English) and fixing them in long-term memory by embedding them in words, often nouns but not always. The words are learnt in a multi-layered way through seeing a vivid image, hearing and repeating the sound of the word and doing an accompanying gesture. The three strands of this VAK approach strengthen memory, making the knowledge robust and secure enough for easy retrieval at any time, and more importantly, for application to new words in new contexts.
Cuando sea mayor, seré profe.: marzo 2013 J'ai découvert cette oeuvre magnifique il y a deux ans, l'auteur s'appelle Warja Lavater. Elle s'est inspirée d'un conte connu de tous, Le petit chaperon rouge, et elle a fait défiler de petites formes géométriques au fil de ses pages pour raconter l'histoire. Je l'ai utiliser en cours de FLE en Espagne avec un groupe d'adultes et ça a cartonné ! Pour commencer, j'ai déplié le conte, je leur ai demander de me dire ce qu'ils voyaient.
EnAnOSaLTaRíN Mind42: Free online mind mapping software Interactive Graphic Organizer Holt Interactive Graphic Organizers "Graphic organizers are tools that help your brain think." - Kylene Beers Graphic organizers are an illustration of your thoughts on paper. They can help you brainstorm, organize, and visualize your ideas. Must-have: a separate profile for your kids on Netflix Read on to find out how to set it. Perhaps you and your family use the same profile on Netflix. You watch The OA while your son devours Pokémon and your daughter tunes into Peppa Pig. I didn't know this but, apparently, having a common profile is not such a good idea.
Langues vivantes - Présentation des ressources pour les langues vivantes Les langues vivantes aux cycles 2, 3 et 4 Depuis la rentrée 2016, la première langue vivante est enseignée dès le cours préparatoire et la deuxième langue vivante dès la classe de cinquième.Destinées aux enseignants du premier degré et aux professeurs de langues vivantes, les ressources "Enseigner les langues vivantes" proposent 53 vidéos de pratiques de classe du CP à la classe de seconde, un livret pédagogique et didactique et des entretiens avec les enseignants et les inspecteurs. Enseigner les langues vivantes Pour faciliter la mise en œuvre des nouveaux programmes d'enseignement de langues vivantes et favoriser la continuité et la progressivité des apprentissages, des ressources d'accompagnement ont été conçues pour les cycles 2, 3 et 4. Ressources pour les langues vivantes aux cycles 2, 3 et 4
Escuela de padres y madres Spanish Lesson 1.8: ¡Hola! - Unit Review by Wisewire In this lesson, students review their knowledge of the following concepts and themes: Spanish expressions to introduce yourself and greet others; vocabulary related to family, classes, and school supplies; rules of gender and number of Spanish nouns; and the worldwide influence of the Spanish language, including the modern culture of the United States. This printable lesson bundle includes: • A core lesson with introduction, video and print instruction, practice exercises, a review section, and a 5 question quiz • Three videos that support the teaching of the vocabulary, grammar, and culture of the lesson, one bilingual, one in English, and one in Spanish • A beginner level worksheet and advanced level quiz that complement the lesson • An accompanying teacher guide with correct answers *We have provided the videos embedded within the lesson PDF and also separately in (.mp4) format. Please verify that you have appropriate and updated software for viewing the videos before you purchase.
PBL Projects For a more current list, please visit is a list of PBL projects I have attempted in my Spanish 1, 2, and 3 classes. I have included links to posts related to each project (where available) and evaluated the success of each project.For more information on Project-Based Learning in the Target Language, How can I change one habit to improve my life? The Natural Order of Language Acquisition I'm always amazed when I talk to people about language learning, how much pressure we needlessly place on ourselves. Ego, paradigm, we just don't like to wait... call it whatever you want - when it comes to language, people seldom claim that learning a foreign language is easy! Words like "Fast" and "Easy" are the by words of language schools who are trying to convince you that their program is better than the rest. So, we take something admittedly difficult, and we attempt to do everything at once! I mean does this make any sense at all? Think about the skills you need to understand a person when they're speaking to you.
15 encouraging phrases a Spanish speaker like me would love for you to learn. I'm a 38-year-old bilingual Mexican-American, and I recently came to a very interesting realization about non-Spanish speakers. I meet a lot of people at work, on the street, and in my community who want to make an effort by speaking my native language. It's great. But often, they default to the same handful of phrases: "Hola," "Buenos días," maybe a "Como está" once in a while. I was chatting with a co-worker recently about my work as a writer.