Foreign Language Lesson Plans And Resources For Teachers Resources. Museums and Exhibits. lesson plans and Activities. Bonjour. The site, for students and teachers of French, offers a host of activities and resources. Internet Activities for Foreign language Classes. lesson plans for web sites created for several foreign languages including French, Spanish, German, russian, Japanese and Chinese http://www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/eslsp.html
Extractions: Bonjour. The site, for students and teachers of French, offers a host of activities and resources. Casa de Joanna: Spanish Activities and Casa de Joanna: French Activities On-and off-line activities for middle and high school Spanish and French classes. Also included are lesson plans and printable worksheets. C.B. Putnam's Home Page Foreign Language Teaching on the Internet: Resources with Teaching Activities. Teaching activities and materials for French, German, Italian and Spanish classes. Cooperative Learning in Modern Languages. Pete Jones, Head of Modern Languages at the Pine Ridge Secondary School in Ontario (Canada), presents lessons useful for creating a student-centered language class. Print them out. Some will give you instant lesson plans for your next day's class. Several of the activities are available for languages other than French. Decouvrons le Canada. Pete Jones and his team of teachers has brought together close to 900 links to Canada, all in French. The site also features scavenger hunts for students based on ite various Web pages. Lesson plans and online activities for elementary, middle and high school levels. Additional resources are also included.
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Extractions: Hungarian Language Course Hungarian is an agglutinative language, meaning that it relies heavily on suffixes and prefixes. The grammar is seemingly complex, yet there is no gender, a feature that most English speakers grapple with when learning other European languages. Hungarian does use the Roman alphabet however, and after learning a few simple rules one can easily read Hungarian. Pronunciation is also very easy, especially compared to other neighboring languages like Czech, German, and Russian. INDONESIAN
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Extractions: Hungarian is an agglutinative language, meaning that it relies heavily on suffixes and prefixes. The grammar is seemingly complex, yet there is no gender, a feature that most English speakers grapple with when learning other European languages. Hungarian does use the Roman alphabet however, and after learning a few simple rules one can easily read Hungarian. Pronunciation is also very easy, especially compared to other neighboring languages like Czech, German, and Russian. A Swedish Language Course This course was designed for beginners and no previous knowledge of Swedish is assumed. Swedish is a relatively easy language for English speakers to learn. Pronunciation is a little difficult at first, especially due to the vowels, and a beginner should listen to a native in order to get a good idea of the Swedish sounds. Japanese Language Learning Web
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Extractions: This collection of storytelling activities-developed by storyteller/author Heather Forest for her storytelling workshops with students, teachers, and librarians-can be expanded by educators into language arts lesson plans to support speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Storytellers on Tour Have students practice retelling folktales in their classroom. When students feel confident, teams of three or four students at a time can then take their tales to other classes for a storytelling concert. If older students are sent to the younger grades, ask the younger grades to thank the storytellers with drawings inspired by their stories. 1001 Nights Festival This is a continuing storytelling session in which a story is begun and then left open-ended at a crucial point. The next day the story is completed and a new one begun and left open-ended at an exciting moment. Stories could be selected from the Tales of the Arabian Nights and told in this fashion, as in the style of Shahrazad, its great storyteller. According to legend, she told stories in this way to a sultan for 1001 nights, which is why the stories of the Arabian Nights is also called "1001 Nights." A Picture is Worth 1000 Words A class selects a classical painting. Looking at the painting for inspiration, the class constructs the first few sentences of a tale through group discussion and suggestion. The paragraph is then sent on to another class which reads the first paragraph and adds on another. The process is repeated including as many classes as possible until the tale seems finished. All the classes then gather to hear the result of their group effort read out loud and to see the painting, that inspired the story.
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Extractions: Foreign Language Resources on the World Wide Web French German Japanese Latin ... Spanish Please note that the ACC Libraries have many excellent A/V and print sources for studying foreign languages. The French Department Home Page , maintained by Appalachian State University, offers dozens of links to French language-related web sites as well as lesson plans and course outlines for several classes taught at the university. About.com's French Language Pages offer a selection of web resources useful for learning French, including reference sources. The French Studies Web The English and French Language Resources webpage provides links to a wide variety of French language resources. Gallica offers a virtual collection of treasures from the Bibliothèque nationale de France, including manuscripts, artifacts, and graphics. LanguageGuide.org features grammar and lectures. The German Department home page , maintained by Appalachian State University, offers dozens of links to German language-related web sites as well as lesson plans and course outlines for several classes taught at the university.
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Extractions: Language Classroom Instruction Resources Teaching Communicatively in the Foreign Language Classroom -several activities that can be used from the beginning of a first-year language course, applicable to all languages . The goal of these activities is to prepare students to use the target language analytically; i.e., these activities will help the students to think, reason, and solve problems in the target language, rather than simply memorize set phrases, words, endings, etc. Multi-Language Resources from Language Links- These Multi-language sites are the ones I have found most interesting to visit and most useful for teaching. You may consider combining some of them to develop curriculum for your students which integrates a more global perspective. GLOBAL EYES - back to top General Language Resources What's in a Name?