This is part of an answer to a question I provided @ Enotes.com Deductive and inductive teaching of grammar In TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) there are two theoretical models of teaching: inductive and deductive. As theoretical models, they basically mean one thing: neither of them is better than the other, and the... Continue Reading →
Check them out at my TES/TPT- This mega pack should last you from now until Muertos and you would have taught a lot of awesome things! Go check out the whole plan!
Check out what's new at TPT and TES! Bilingual resource where kids will do character traits, inferences, and much more. Last project will be making their own museum. Pretty cool. 12 pages with Key, check it out! Before... After...
Sharing what will become one of the easiest ways to teach Quick Spanish for Spanish Club purposes. Each week we will change the rectangles until we make a book. The goal is to reach around 100 questions and answers (worthy, relevant, needful) and we got Survival Spanish 101.
English Language Learners are just that: learners. They will get there with the right input. What makes them different is that they will enjoy the added benefit of speaking in two systems of codes, which will enhance the rest of their cognitive and academic performance, unless there are any hindering pre-existing factors that may prevent... Continue Reading →
Make children into food items to fix the "Irish problem" and any other issue with the poor. These were the proposed actions made by Jonathan Swift in "A Modest Proposal." A quintessential piece of irony, this piece was written by a man that 300 years ago equated the likes of Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart.... Continue Reading →