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I teach French and Spanish and love technology.  In the classroom we use Skype, podcasts and we blog with students from Argentina and France.I would appreciate suggestions on how to incorporate…Continue

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Classroom activities: write poems using certain tenses

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As a way to practice verb tenses, we were asked to write a poem. By doing this assignment I learned the proper way to use the conditional form, both in Spanish and in English. We had to manipulate different verbs in order for the poem to flow. On top of that, it was actually really fun to write because it allowed me to be creative. I chose to write mine on nature while others wrote about their past…

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AP Spanish students visit Pre-K students.

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The AP Spanish students created lesson plans for Monday’s visit, and also came prepared with games to play and books to read. The Spanish words for different colors, for example, were reinforced with fun props, like cookies and cupcakes with colored…

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