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High Tech and Low Tech “Minds on” the Real World

As we observe our students in the classroom setting, we look for them to be engaged in learning, not just “busy,” nor “on task.” We want them intellectually active in the target language with challenging content in a real world context. While attending my most recent district professional development day,

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Developing An Eye for Art: In-Person vs. Virtual Viewing

Recently after a museum field trip, an ever resourceful colleague in Spanish was pleasantly surprised when her students reported having greatly enjoyed an activity she had assigned: “sitting still for 30 minutes staring at one painting, to see what new things they’d notice.” Given how accustomed we have become to

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The Closer You Get, the More You See

What does Close Reading mean? Students who meet the expectations of the standards are able to comprehend complex text closely. They are close readers, delving into texts in order to unearth evidence, construct knowledge, and broaden their understanding of the text and world. As thinkers, such students are able to

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Odes and the Modes

I have always found Pablo Neruda’s odes fascinating. How can something so complex be written about one very simple object? My favorites are the odes to foods; maybe because I love to cook or perhaps even better because I love to eat! In this lesson (which cycles through several modes

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I Remember That!

  “Neurons that fire together, wire together.” Carla Shatz, neuroscientist Do you remember the games you used to play at birthday parties? How it felt to be blindfolded, turned around three times, and pushed gently forward to pin the tail on the donkey? Here are a few spins on another

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- 66 days ago

WAFLT mourns the loss of Patrick Raven, former WAFLT president and former Executive Director of CSCTFL. We extend our deepest sympathy to his family and loved ones. Patrick was a champion for WL and PD throughout our region. https://t.co/J4o2oP6gtS
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- 73 days ago

The Ripon Area School District is accepting applications for a full-time Spanish Teacher beginning with the 2021-22 school year. The RASD World Language Department offers classes taught through CI strategies. Interested applicants can apply on WECAN to vacancy 116443.
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- 105 days ago

Registration is open for WAFLT Virtual Summer Institute -- August 2-3, 2021. Building Cultural & Global Competence with Dr. Jacque Van Houten and Pam Delfosse. Only $40 for members! Don't miss your spot! https://t.co/5eYWhxKp4E
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- 130 days ago

@csctfl: CSCTFL 2022 Virtual Conference Several options of presentations: live, pre-recorded, and simulive (pre-recorded with live chat). Get inspired by the topics in the image below! For priority, submit by June 15! Proposals can be submitted to https://t.co/SXU16fWWzc https://t.co/FwSM1a3rkk
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- 161 days ago

@ADiazMora It is! November 5-6!
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