Get Moving! Create a Total Physical Response Lesson Plan for Your Class

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It appears that this TPR thing is not just a passing fad.

Although other trends have come and gone, TPR (Total Physical Response) has held steady as one of the preferred language teaching methodologies, ever since it was first introduced …

12 Killer Apps for All Language Teachers

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As technology surges in use, it’s increasingly reaching every area of our lives.

Your classroom is next—that is, if technology hasn’t gotten there already!

Times are changing quicker than we realize, leaving us language educators with no option but to …

CALL Me: The Tech Savvy Teacher’s Guide to Computer Assisted Language Learning

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Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) is all the rage these days.

Many educators seem to regard it as a kind of Holy Grail of student engagement.

There’s no surprise that this growing tech trend also led directly to Computer Assisted

7 Immersion Activities to Help Your Language Students Soar

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Wish you could whisk your class away to a country where the target language is spoken?

Have you daydreamed about planning a fully immersive trip for your students?

Want to make your classes potentially even more immersive and motivational

How MFL Teachers Can Practice Differentiation in Their Classrooms

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Any angler worth their salt knows that different types of fish go for different types of bait.

Likewise, as a teacher, you need to make sure you’re using different types of bait for your MFL students.

After all, each …

10 Authentic Teaching Tips for Introducing Native Speakers to Your Class

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What’s even better than authentic materials?

Authentic people, of course.

One conversation with a native speaker is more valuable than any combination of activities, games and simulated conversations.

And in terms of authentic language practice and

Kill CLIL Activities: How to Truly Integrate Content and Language

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Two birds with one stone. Sounds easy enough.

The founders of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) must have thought so too.

Why teach one world history class and one French class when you could teach both at the