Twitter hashtags have been a big hit for a long time. One of my favorites was the #saidnoteacherever.
Someecards also came up with some funny ones teachers can definitely understand.
But what about a #saidnoWORLDLANGUAGEteacherever…
What would those look like?
We’re putting together our own version. If you are willing to get in front of the camara and want to be involved, send us a video of your best #saidnoSPANISHteacherever or #saidnoGERMANteacherever or#saidnoFRENCHteacherever…
Email them to email@example.com by Tuesday, November 19. We’ll share the final copy here on the blog next week!
Here’s what was made!! #saidnoWLteacherever
Ha ha, bonne idée!
Sure, you can use google translate to write your paper.
Yes, you may talk in English.
OMG, these are hysterical!! I’ve never heard this before, but they had me laughing out loud for sure. Can’t wait to submit some of my own!!
My students always understand what I’m saying
No, you don’t have to answer in Spanish…said no Spanish teacher ever!
Every day, at least once a day 🙂 I don’t have time to sit and make a video, but I love the idea! Great way to blow off stress.
Love, Love, Love your blog!!
don’t have time to make a video… so here’s some ideas for someone else 🙂
Everyone please go to taco bell for your cultural experience this month. #saidnoSPANISHteacherever
we are not doing anything in class today, you can sleep. #saidnoSPANISHteacherever
The movie is in English, sit back and enjoy. #saidnoSPANISHteacherever
good ones Emily!! Taco Bell…
Yes, you can just put an O at the end of that word to make it Spanish #saidnoSPANISHteacherever
You’re right, Google translate will tell you exactly what you want to say.
You’re right, everyone should learn English.
Love love love this! I think I’ll also recruit my kids for a top 5 and get a list of #saidnoSpanishstudentever from them, too!
I love that I am able to teach Mexican so well. #saidnoSPANISHteacherever
That is basically what I had planned for today’s class! That’s crazy! We’ve just gone through the Presente Perfecto and they have to make someecards with it.
“Should we write in Spanish?” –“No, Swahili.” One day a kid busted out fluent Swahili- ooops!