Exit Slip Posters

Exit Slip Posters

I really need to improve my ways of assessing their learning at the end of a lesson instead of waiting until they take an assessment. I have revamped my exit slip procedure by adding this poster to my old bag of tricks. (To read about other ideas, click here: Exit...
Hitting the 90% Target

Hitting the 90% Target

The last ACTFL newsletter had a great article about staying in the target language in class. This is always a big challenge for me. Enjoy this reading and please share your thoughts! http://www.actfl.org/sites/default/files/pdfs/TLE_pdf/TLE_Oct12_Article.pdf Click on...
Passport Needed

Passport Needed

Megan posted before about giving students a Hispanic name and country that they are “from” to get students more interested. I wanted to add a little more culture based on some ideas from the comments, so I created passports with the flag as the background....
Escaping Class in the Target Language

Escaping Class in the Target Language

One of our first week lesson plans is how to escape, I mean, how to leave the classroom. I do this lesson for these reasons: * New students get to see the faces and names of people they may need to visit. * They can do it in the target language. * It teaches them an...