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Old School

I define traditional language teaching as one were students memorize lists of vocabulary and grammar structures and then do practice activities much like those found in many textbooks today where students take the grammar and/or vocabulary and manipulate them in some … Continue reading

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Out with the old, in with the new

This year I am making some major changes about how I teach Spanish, and I decided to blog about the journey.  For years I’ve tried to do traditional pencil-paper achievement testing and performance assessment side by side, and I finally … Continue reading

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