This is the latest one available in TPT, where you can follow me here. There are about 8 pages total, and it is all about emojis and emotions. Touches on ABC order, emotions, function/notion, TPR and more.
Here are the posters (3 of 8) This is a set of 8 - To get yours,visit my teacher store! For the gallery: Visit: http://www.classtools.net/3D/201509_RBbgJk Classtools.net is a site by Russell Tarr. Absolute fave.
Check out my latest Dia de los Muertos themed lesson using the awesome Skelita Calavera. Click on the pics for the entire document on TPT~ There's even a space to create a new "cara". All phonetic pronunciation is included, the key and a bunch of words to learn easily!
To teach a whole "about me" monologue in L2, I decided to use my Classtools.net subscription and try out the Burger Diagram. Get yours at http://www.classtools.net/widgets/burger_3/JKcNT.htm. Do not mind the lack of tildes. This is my brainstorm final product, so have some mercy 🙂 Now, bear with me. I have already posted several mini lessons using... Continue Reading →
Virtual or Real, games are the best ways to learn language. Here are some I strongly recommend for optimal classroom experience. All you need is a label maker and creativity to give these games a twist ! BBQ Blitz- For this game I used my Dymo TS500 (above, my new love) and labeled the... Continue Reading →
My favorite site for creating logos, buttons, scrolls, and other promotion images is: . I designed the LingTECHguistics* logo, all of my webpages buttons, and countless other things using CoolText - absolutely free. Here is a sample Spanish 2.0 LingTECHguistic lesson in which the Sustained Affective Stimulus is the button application of CoolText. Objectives: The... Continue Reading →
You do not need a FLES site to LingTECH through languages: Check out some of my projects using basic JAVA sites. http://www.theoworlds.com/halloween This ecard and avatar Java site lets your students interactively carve a pumpkin. After the carving (the sustained affective stimulus), do a print screen (directions at the end of this page) to... Continue Reading →