What Is Padlet? Padlet is, according to the site, a virtual wall. It is like a micro organizer, cataloguer or pinner. It is a "Pinterest of words and links and stuff." I cannot explain it. For sure, I can tell you that it is free to use and it is super flexible. You can get... Continue Reading →
This is a sample method to teach PowerPoint, PrintScreen, and L2 vocabulary for Kdg, 1st graders at mid year. The EL DORMITORIO Lesson: Teaching "The parts of the bedroom in Spanish using The Web 2.0 "Dressupgames.com" application with Polly Pocket's beautiful bedrooms and PPT.
The LingTECHguistics* methodology consists on teaching second language (L2) lessons in full immersion through a sustained affective stimulus. This stimulus consists in a developmentally appropriate computer activity. The rationale behind this methodology is that students will be : a) Exposed to second language vocabulary in a real-life scenario b) Exposed to technology whether familiar or not, in... Continue Reading →
LingTECHguistics using http://www.gogirlgames.com OK: I know what you are thinking..."How Girly!" But before you click out, let me explain how this game can be an AMAZING Lingtechguistics tool. Lesson Plan Objective: To teach the target lingo and the LingTECHlingo in a lesson with a Sustained Affective Stimulus using gogirlgames. Target Lingo: (have this ready posted... Continue Reading →
LingTECHguistics goes heart-sy! I think that, at times, I have an unhealthy fascination with Valentine's Day. It all begins in mid-January. After that, everything from that day on turns red, pink, and heart-shaped. This lesson was made using http://www.cryptogram.com, a website where you create your own candy hearts. At first, I did the slide myself to conduct... Continue Reading →