Monthly Archives: March 2012

Glog Pobre Ana

In the tradition of Pobre Ana chapters 1, 2, & 3 – I have created a resource for students to use to pre-read and review the chapter of Pobre Ana. Chapter 4 is in Glog format. Make sure to click … Continue reading

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Teaching Philosophy

Through my teaching, I hope to prepare students to function effectively in an information economy as life-long learners. Students need to prepared to learn in the real world, a world that functions without a teacher personally guiding their learning and … Continue reading

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World Read Aloud Day

Today is World Read Aloud Day. My 6th grade Spanish students are going to participate in two ways. We have a classroom library of children’s Spanish books. The students are going to partner up and read to each other for … Continue reading

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Zondle App

My students are going to be ecstatic – there is now a Zondle App in iTunes and the Android Market. My 6th graders almost beg for the vocabulary to be entered on Zondle. The App does not have the same … Continue reading

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