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From The Blog

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They couldn’t hear the word “no”

The school year is almost over for my students and me- really, this Friday is our last day.  You may know by now that we’ve been working through the movie Canela as… Continue Reading →

April 26, 2016 0 Comments

Scaffolded reading: Novice Mid #authres “Places to Plans”

Have you seen the movie Canela? This semester I’ve been so grateful that Kara Jacobs and Elena López introduced me – FINALLY – to an authentic Mexican family film that’s appropriate for… Continue Reading →

April 19, 2016 1 Comment

NEW Summer PD: Brave Little Tailor CI strategies workshop

Have you ever felt like as much as you know your students need more comprehensible input than they’ve been getting, the strategies you’ve tried have fallen flat in your classroom?… Continue Reading →

April 14, 2016 1 Comment