This French lesson focuses on using "il y a..." and prepositional phrases to describe the stores on the city street. It incorporates multiple uses of a clip from the film Amélie(2001) as well.
This lesson combines a discussion of the futur proche with a discussion of weekend plans and involves cultural exploration and student interaction.
This page presents my philosophy towards teaching a foreign language. Whether you teach elementary/middle/high school or college, gain insight into guiding students through a new culture and language.
This page will give you some interesting and important topics to consider when (re)designing your foreign language classroom.
Plan on teaching MACBETH in the classroom? Check out this page for some interesting, engaging, and/or challenging assignments/activities for your students and classroom.
Tips to learning/practicing the French language using texts--poems, nursery rhymes, comic strips, Dr. Seuss, Disney songs-- intended for French children.
Discover songs that have links to pieces of literature that you teach in your classroom. Liven up your class with music and critical connections.
Ensure that your substitute is prepared to step in for you by providing the right tools.
Learning the spoken language is one thing. Learning the body language is another. Here, learn how to convey French through your gestures and actions.
Teaching Beowulf in the classroom? With this page, learn how explore its relevance to your students--all while appeasing the Common Core Standards.
In the process of learning French? Here, get training in making your French sound more natural.
For those of you who are starting to learn or WANT to start to learn the piano, here's my motivation and pointers as a fellow beginner.
Want to learn French but, like most, are broke as a joke? Well, this hub will give you pointers to EFFECTIVELY develop your French while spending little to nothing. Tu peux le faire! (You can do it!)