Foreign Language Teacher's Guide to Active Learning

Foreign Language Teacher's Guide to Active Learning

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The easy-to-implement activities and strategies in this book will help middle and high school foreign language teachers enhance their students' success. It shows how to create a classroom in which students can actively experience, experiment and discover a foreign language. It applies brain research, multiple intelligences, alternative assessment, technology and other educational innovations to the foreign language classroom.(The aquot;iaquot; rule would not be true for German, of course; perhaps German teachers would teach that a aquot;waquot; sounds like a aquot;vaquot;and a aquot;vaquot; ... These are words we use in English but which are from the target language (in my case, French) and which maintain the ... To forestall complaints that the foreign language is aquot;funnyaquot; or aquot; stupid, aquot; I like to share the essays by Richard Lederer ... through songs. Find a song and play it for them. Then teach the words little by little. The ideal song is one that startsanbsp;...

Title:Foreign Language Teacher's Guide to Active Learning
Author:Deborah Blaz
Publisher:Eye On Education - 1999-01-01


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