These goal-setting worksheets will help your students to take an active role in tracking their progress and setting goals as they move ahead in their language skills and proficiency. There are two goal setting exercises included in this file. Teachers may choose to use one or both of the activities
Thirty-Four EDITABLE 8 1/2 x 11 Posters that each feature a learning goal for Novice-Low language learners (Spanish 1).
These learning goals align with the ACTFL goals for Novice-Low learners and are written in student-friendly language that will help you focus the learning in your classroom.
Class starters (often called Warm-Ups, Do-Nows or Quick Questions) are a great way to set the tone for the work to be done in a class. It is also a great opportunity to have students review vocabulary and grammar regularly so that the concepts stay active. These activities are also an effective to
Foreign Language Assessment Rubrics: Presentational, Interpersonal, Interpretive
These rubrics will assist you in concretely assessing students using the ACTFL Performance Descriptors and Text Types. Each rubric can used with any prompt or proficiency level.
This resource includes:
-ACTFL Text Ty
Guarantee yourself a fun and stress-free year with this comprehensive management guide made just for foreign language teachers, even those who work with "high-risk" students! I currently teach a course on classroom management at Auburn University for foreign language interns and teachers, and I tea
Greeting Cards: Need a fun way to mix up greeting your students? Use these language greeting cards to teach your students "Hello" in 25 different languages! The cards are a half page in size. Black line masters for the language cards are also included.
Wondering how you might use them for a greetin
This map is great for students to practice directions in any language. *** The places have ENGLISH names (i.e., MUSIC, POLICE) so that students will need to find the location using your choice language.
I suggest laminating a bunch and having your students use them to practice directions and prep
Sixty-Three 8 1/2 x 11 Posters that each feature a learning goal for Level 2 language learners. These learning goals align with the ACTFL goals for Novice-Mid learners and are written in student-friendly language that will help you focus the learning in your classroom.
These are perfect for bullet
This speaking rubric includes 1-4 point for 5 categories (Task Completion, Comprehensibility, Pronunciation, Vocabulary, and Fluency). It also includes raw score to number and letter grade conversions and a student sheet for giving the grade.
This resource, specifically geared towards foreign language classrooms, provides teachers a 5 page survey to give to students at the beginning of the school year. The survey is provided in both a printable format and a Google Form that can be posted to students via Google Classroom or e-mail. The s
Every activity you need to get your students talking, playing, and writing in the target language is here. Formatted like a recipe book, the directions, materials, and time durations are crystal clear. You'll find over 50 fun and easy to use language learning games that are effective for French, Spa
This is a set of 75 foods plus utensils and a plate- whether you teach Spanish, French, German, Russian, English or any other language, these are perfect for any language or age level! You can use them to categorize based on food group or mealtime, with preferences, in a restaurant or market theme,
This learning plan template is a great organizational tool designed with Backward Design (Ubd) in mind. Although I created it specifically for my foreign language classes, it can be easily modified to other disciplines.
Features of the template include:
1. Heading / Field for Class, Unit, Lesson,
This resource, specifically geared towards foreign language classrooms, provides teachers a 5 page survey to give to students at the end of the school year. The survey is provided in both a print format and a Google Form that can be posted to students via Google Classroom or e-mail. The survey ques
Back to school! Ready for your new cohort? Our students do not realise the importance of having languages in their livres. You will find in this PPT some of the few reasons why learning a foreign language is so important.
I usually use it at the beginning of the year to highlight why it is importa
"Grandfather Tang's Story" by Ann Tompert is a fun tale about two "fox faeries" told in Tangram shapes. With this companion unit to the book, Students will learn:*math, geometry*Story writing*Chinese culture*Chinese characters and words for animals*Friendship*LogicThis 19 page unit has:* How to make
LAST UPDATED FOR 2020 - NEXT UPDATE 2022 (due to Covid-19)National Foreign Language Week is a great opportunity to celebrate languages and cultures while promoting your language program through fun activities! The official celebration is usually held during the first week of March. This document in
This is a great PowerPoint Presentation for the beginning of the year in a foreign language program. It is not language specific, so it will work form French, Spanish, German, etc. teachers! It takes about 15 minutes to complete the entire PowerPoint. The PowerPoint is editable, but keep in mind,
Sixty-Two EDITABLE 8 1/2 x 11 Posters that each feature a learning goal for Level 3 language learners. These learning goals align with the ACTFL goals for Novice-High learners and are written in student-friendly language that will help you focus the learning in your classroom.
These are perfect fo
This 10-page document includes:a list of 14 reasons for learning a foreign language for class discussiona quiz with 26 multiple choice questions about the world of languages a section about celebrities that speak multiple languagesan interview with the tennis player Roger Federer in which he speaks
Our toolkit includes engaging, supplementary activities to foster critical thinking, creativity, responsibility, and independence in a foreign language classroom.
•Teaching tips included with each section!
•Aligned to national standards- each activity coded for easy transition into your lesson plans
EDIT: 3/3/2019: I have added letters to create the title for you bulletin board. WHY STUDY (FOREIGN / WORLD) LANGUAGES.ATTENTION: THESE POSTERS ARE IN ENGLISH10 beautiful posters to remind your students about the importance of learning a foreign languageYou can use this posters for a bulletin board
A.C.T.F.L.'s National Standards in Foreign Language Education Classroom Poster Printables.
Hang these in your room for easy reference when submitting lesson plans.
New Aspiring Teachers can use these for a fun reference guide when writing student teaching plans.
College professors can hang the
This is THE comprehensive syllabus for any foreign language classroom and can be edited to suit your needs! The download includes the following:
-Parent/Guardian welcome letter
-Parent/Guardian information sheet (phone numbers, email, etc.)
-Syllabus that outlines course goals, rules, positive and