Judge a Book by Its Cover, Part 2

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Welcome back, everyone! So glad to see you made it back to my blog. When we left off last time, I was introducing you to a lesson I taught with my students on one of my favorite stories for novice learners, La sorpresa de Nandi. Prior to reading the story,…

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Judge a Book by Its Cover, Part 1

Food, in the end, in our own tradition, is something holy. It’s not about nutrients and calories. It’s about sharing. It’s about honesty. It’s about identity. Louise Fresco Let’s face it, as language teachers, at some point or another, we  all  teach  about food. Maybe it’s because food is an…

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Well, hello there!

At the encouragement of some of my #LangChat colleagues, I have decided to get back into blogging. Though I am no stranger to blogging, this will be my first blog aimed at language professionals and educators with an interest in helping their students become more globally minded. It is my…

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