Our own Steven Ordiano in Fresno, CA has composed the first Invisibles song: Tu Le Sais. It is so French - it has that sound. We might hear this playing in a pub in France.
Students who hear songs about
How true are the statements below? I need feedback for a Bite Size Book I am writing on activities to start the year:
We only do "extreme staying in bounds" and avoid sliding any new untranslated vocabulary by the kids for
Our long time friend Don Read has retired. He has been a member of our group for at least seven years and hosted our San Francisco workshop last year. One thing I noticed about Don is how he so quickly embraced
Tina gives a heartfelt response to Terry's morelist position on SL:
Terry you write: después de que el idioma se haya ido de la mente del que escucha,
For this not able to read Spanish, this means “after the words that the learner
We've never gone deep with the equity piece. We have discussed it, but never enough. We have ignored it, mainly under the weight of so much change in so many other areas or our work over so many years.
I'm returning to teaching after staying home to raise my 3 kids. I was taught to teach very traditionally in my schooling and I don't want to teach that way! CI seems so much more organic. I just returned from
I was just listening to a version, featuring violin, of Ave Maria by Arthur Grumiaux.
I used to play the violin. My dad and brother both made it into careers (violin and cello, respectively). But about twenty years ago, because
Many here know that for our views on best practices Tina and I are no longer allowed on the iFLT list. On top of that, Michael Kundrat - the moderator of the moretprrs list, won't publish our summer workshop schedule
Jeff Easthon in the Chicago area has this idea. I think it is beyond brilliant:
If it’s a college level class I see no reason why you can’t create grammar videos and make the students take the lessons at home for