The INTERNATIONAL FORUM KIT was first published in 1988, based on a lesson that I developed a few years before that. On an impulse one day in class, I grabbed some 3x5 cards and wrote the names of some countries. I gave one to the first person in each row; everyone in that row was to pretend to be f
BINGO GAME THAT BLENDS COMPREHENSION OF
NUMBERS, SHAPES AND COLORS
THERE IS ONLY ONE PAGE THAT IS IN SPANISH.
IT WILL BE VERY EASY TO MAKE THE SAME PAGE IN YOUR TARGET LANGUAGE.
This kit contains 12 BINGO cards (8 1/2 x 11) each with 12 squares. Each square on each "card" contains a different s
LA HISTORIA DE LAS DROGAS EN MI VIDA
A not-so-subtle anti-drug message incorporated into an overview of the five basic indicative tenses, explained to the students without using “grammarese.” I have used this with BEGINNING students who are barely aware of El Presente, but somehow the brain accepts
Over the years I have written a few articles. Some were published in local teacher organization publications. They are just sitting here on my computer, so I decided to share them if anyone out there might be interested.
1. WHO, WHOM AND WHOSE—I tried to use humor to explain how to use these pron