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Five for Friday: Frenzy, Freebie, Scoot in Homeschool, and More

Great Teaching Ideas! I would put pictures/examples of the Nouns, Verbs, Adjective on the containers. Students will be create a sentence based off of the parts of sentence chosen. Students can learn where adjectives, verbs, and nouns go into a sentence. -Chelsea Goessl

from SPANISH MAMA

Conversation Jenga

Conversation Jenga! Write questions on the blocks and have students answer as they play. Get your students speaking Spanish (or French, or German, or whatever language you teach!) and make conversation practice their favorite part of class.

mi asignatura favortia es el espanol porque lo encuentro muy interesante y me gustaria ser una profesora del ingles en espana

50 Awesome Facts About Languages. I cover language diffusion, isolation, and extinction in my AP Human Geography course. This infographic is outstanding! Even if your subject area does not specifically cover language- it is a central issue developing due to a more connected world. Those who see no economic benefit of their native language will cease to speak it, however, with many tribal languages having no literary tradition, the knowledge and culture of natives is lost with the last…
from The Huffington Post

Language Facts Around The World

50 Awesome Facts About Languages. I cover language diffusion, isolation, and extinction in my AP Human Geography course. This infographic is outstanding! Even if your subject area does not specifically cover language- it is a central issue developing due to a more connected world. Those who see no economic benefit of their native language will cease to speak it, however, with many tribal languages having no literary tradition, the knowledge and culture of natives is lost with the last…