GIVE THEM THE ANSWERS!

Photo by Simone Secci

Dear World Language colleagues and friends.  Today in this blog/vlog entry I´m talking about how we work with readings and reading comprehension questions in our classes.  Reading is a very important part of our instruction but sometimes can be heavy, dry and boring for our students.  

Today I´m sharing two simple strategies that I know will benefit you and your classes.  Let’s keep in mind that teaching languages is not difficult when our goal is to make every lesson comprehensible.  Let’s teach with our cap backwards!

As always I welcome questions and kind comments.  

Here is the video:

Do you want to change your instruction? Are you unsure about how you are approaching language learning?  Schedule a coaching session with me.  Just send me an email to diego@srojeda.com and we´ll be in touch right away.  I would love to share my teaching experience with you!

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Many comprehensible resources for every level of Spanish instruction.

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