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CI and FVR baby steps

Today I post a long intro about why I'm uncomfortable with the term CI and about my experience trying out FVR, but before that I want to share a few pictures of the beautiful organization that some parent and student... Continue Reading →

Literacy Strategies

Even though it's the end of the school year, it's worth noting literacy strategies that are new to me and that I'd like to use next school year. Here's my plan to use three literacy strategies that are either new... Continue Reading →

Additional Resources for Esperanza

I'm about to start Carol Gaab's Esperanza with my 8th graders. I did it last year, and I wish I'd saved the list of blogs with Esperanza ideas and materials that go beyond what's in the TM. Here's that list:... Continue Reading →

SQ3R Reading Strategy

When I was in grad school I went to a workshop on speed reading, and two things really stuck with me. One - I don't have to read aloud in my mind, especially when reading academic articles with words that... Continue Reading →

Reading about Dutch nursing home

I've used quite a bit of Martina Bex's Somos curriculum in my middle school Spanish classes. After learning the target structure una mujer vieja (an old woman), vive (s/he lives) and llevó (s/he took) in units 15-17, we read an adapted news article about Dutch university... Continue Reading →

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