1. Skip points out:
"The food order is due October 3 so I would encourage folks to get their registration in as soon as possible."
2. Skip has asked Anne Matava to do the beginning workshops this year so how cool is
wants to go to the bathroom
does not return
Sally is a student in (your school). She’s in art class. Sally has a problem. She wants to go to the bathroom. She asks her teacher Mr. Brown, "May I go to the
This question from Eric reflects the recent thread on the supreme role of the unconscious mind in learning a language. He asks a specific question, so if you have an answer please write it in a comment field below. Here
Those at the Denver and Chicago conferences this past summer may have met some members of the contingent of teachers in the Turkish military who were here to train in comprehensible input methods. Here is Yasar Kurum's report:
Angie has a request from the group. If you have any ideas, please post them in a comment field below.
I have a request for the blog community: I would love a great big long list of everyone’s favorite follow-up/extension
I got this question. It's been discussed before here - there is even a category for this topic - but this is a possible reminder for those who might benefit from reading it:
I have enjoyed the start of the
Here is a question about the upper levels from Paul Seevinck:
I have (in my opinion) successfully implemented TPRS/TCI into my level one classes and I love it ( I still have a lot to learn). There is so
Here is a very nice report from a new teacher to this work, Matthew Webster, who teaches in Colorado Springs:
I was the quiet, deer-in-the-headlights guy sitting in the back of the Denver war room at IFLT. (Everything was pretty new
Erin Bas gives a good definition of Pictado. The key sentence is in italics:
It is just like a Dictado (Dictée - see the category), but the students listen and draw. Sometimes I have them number off six boxes, sometimes it’s
If you have a really short story, please share it with us in a comment field below. This is the time of year for really short stories. Structure it like the one below if you can, with the variables underlined.