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 …
Is your Spanish class as boring as a beanless burrito?
In other words, have your Spanish lessons grown monotonous?
As language teachers, it’s easy to let ourselves fall into the same ol’ routine.
This might be a routine we learned …
“That was so hard!”
“The reading was impossible!”
“Did anyone get the answer to the last question on the listening paper?”
Does this sound familiar? With Year 11 students just about to sit for their GCSE exams now, …
The test is coming.
Will you be ready?
I’m referring, of course, to the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam—the moment all your students have been waiting for. All of the hard work that you and your pupils have done …
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. “…
When was the last time you had a lesson that went completely wrong?
The kind of lesson in which even you got bored.
And it’s not that you planned it that way. In your mind everything was going to run …
“Nod and smile, nod and smile…”
I felt like I could read her mind. My student just stared.
I looked at her patiently and asked my question again: “¿Qué significa sombrero?”
She smiled and nodded. “Sí.”