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- Foreign Language Reading and Writing Tasks with Student-Created Content
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Category Archives: SlideShare Presentations
Posted on December 30, 2017
Posted on December 29, 2017
Take a look at this slideshare on providing effective feedback in the foreign language classroom.
Posted on April 22, 2017
Posted on April 9, 2017
One of the ACTFL Core Practices is to teach grammar as a concept in context. The PACE model provides a concrete method of doing this. It works well as a way to teach foreign language grammar inductively. Take a look at the SlideShare below for details on how it works.
Posted on April 2, 2017
These activities will scaffold foreign language writing from the novice to the intermediate level through guided sentence writing. The content is left up the writer. Check out the SlideShare Presentation below for details.
Posted on March 25, 2017
The ACTFL Core Practices provide guidelines and methodology for teaching foreign language so that students are using the language to communicate and move beyond simply knowing about the language. Click through the SlideShare below for more details and examples.