The feel of sculpting clay between the fingers.
Pushing hard on Cray-pas to make thick, colorful lines.
Feeling calm while painting with watercolors.
Art is associated with positive, creative feelings.
I mean, have you ever met someone who didn’t like …
Once upon a time there was a prince who could only speak a few words.
He could think them but was cursed with the inability to say them.
One day, he met a princess and instantly fell in love. “…
The infamous G word: Grammar.
You either love it and obsess over it, or you hate it with a fiery passion.
But it doesn’t have to be the latter!
As a teacher, you have the power to convert your grammar-detesting …
Hey you, listen up!
You didn’t hear me?
You want me to repeat that and talk slower?
Wow, I guess you really can’t understand me when I speak.
Let’s not have your Spanish students become that person who can’t …
“Teacher, can we watch a video?”
Have your students ever said this?
Then give them what they want!
Mine used to suggest it all the time, especially when we were getting close to the Christmas period or just before the …
What’s the fun of learning Spanish if you can’t talk to people?
The goal is to communicate, make friends and experience the Spanish speaking world.
Your students won’t get to do any of that if they can’t hold a conversation…
“Kill me now!”
That just might be the general feeling towards verb conjugations.
If we’re being honest, it’s probably the feeling many teachers get when having to introduce verb conjugations to their students. If this is true …