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What makes the perfect pet? Watch as a little girl learns that she only needs the unconditional love of an adorable mutt to make her happy. CI/TPRS based lesson. This is a great lead in to Brandon Brown veut un chien. Materials include:
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Is there intelligent life out there? Possibly. But not on this planet... This is a fun and active way to give your students comprehensible input, and it requires very little preparation from you. It is great for days when you are not at 100%,
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Ethan is not having a good day. All he wanted was a little cheerful music to brighten his mood... This is a fun and active way to give your students comprehensible input, and it requires very little preparation from you. It is great for days when
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How can a shy boy win the heart of the most beautiful girl in school? With goofy puns of course! This is a TPRS/CI based movie talk on a French commercial. The materials include: guidance on pre-teaching activities and how to movie talk, a 2 page
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A new take on a classic. Watch as a curious girl releases the monster and then frustrates him to no end. This is a CI/TPRS based movie talk of a French animated short. Materials include: guidance on pre-teaching PQA and vocabulary learning; a
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It's no longer a question of which came first. Watch as a dapper pig must choose between the desires of his heart and the needs of his stomach. CI/TPRS based lesson. Materials include: pre-teaching activities, guidance in doing movie talk, 2 page
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Dieting is hard. Especially when your food is fighting each other. CI/TPRS based lesson. Materials include: pre-teaching activities, guidance in doing movie talk, 2 page reading in comprehensible French (suitable for level 1s and higher),
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Don't like the weather? Just wait fifteen minutes. In this Movie Talk, you can focus on weather expressions and clothing if you teach in themes. The material is appropriate for level 1 and beyond. Materials include pre-teaching activities, a 2
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This is a way to create a story with your class using CI/TPRS. These stories are great for beginners because they use mainly super verbs and are fun for Christmas—I use them in December with my level 1s, but they can be adapted to all levels.
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Every parent wants their child to be perfect. But how perfect is this mom?... This is a CI/TPRS lesson made for true beginners in French. I do this movie talk with my beginners within two weeks, but the clip works for all levels and can be used to
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What happens when a rough and tough hunter encounters a bear with a heart of gold? CI/TPRS based lesson. Materials include: several pre-teaching activities, guidance in doing movie talk, 2 pages reading in comprehensible French (suitable for
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There's something not quite right about Stacy's new house. Students might do a "double take" when they watch this creepy video. This movie talk is appropriate for beginner students. It uses high frequency verbs and can be used for a Halloween
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Are you up on your French Revolution? Can Pierre save the girl? This is a fun and active way to give your students comprehensible input, and it requires very little preparation from you. It is great for days when you are not at 100%, since the
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Busted! In the dog house for a wandering eye! This is a fun and active way to give your students comprehensible input, and it requires very little preparation from you. It is great for days when you are not at 100%, since the students are doing
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Help your students express themselves more clearly. Poster includes a selection of common responses to the question "How are you feeling?" Students refer to them constantly during PQA, and I use them to enrich storytelling. (24x36 file can be
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Frankenstein wants to impress a beautiful mummy who loves to dance. What's a monster to do when his stiff monster legs prevent him from shining on the dance floor? This is a CI/TPRS based story in French for Halloween. Included are pre-teaching
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Love transcends all in this sweet story about two young people who meet each day on a park bench. CI/TPRS based lesson. Materials include: pre-teaching activities, guidance in doing movie talk, 1.5 pages reading in comprehensible French (suitable
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Give your students a fun way to practice vocabulary! Use your own vocabulary lists and make students fill in their own Bingo cards (having them write the terms in will help them remember better). Play multiple rounds then have students write their
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Where does ice cream come from? This French commercial might just have the answer, and you may never look at an ice cream bar the same. This CI/TPRS Movie Talk works well for beginning students and beyond. Materials include pre-teaching
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Help your students express themselves more clearly. Poster includes a selection of common adverbs of frequency, quality, and quantity. Students refer to them constantly during PQA, and I use them to enrich storytelling. (24x36 file can be printed
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have worked as a college French professor and as a private tutor in French for years. I currently work at a public charter school in the Denver Metro area where we use a CI/TPRS focus. I have been trained in CI/TPRS in courses taught by Blaine Ray, Carol Gaab, Stephen Krashen, and Beniko Mason. I started using CI/TPRS in the fall of 2017, and it's so exciting to see my students grow with this method. I teach lower level students (French 1 and 2) in middle school and high school.

MY TEACHING STYLE

CI/TPRS. My goal: kids acquire the language through fun stories whose plots distract them enough that they forget they are in language class. While challenging, the class should FEEL easy for students. The best compliment I got from a student was when he told me at the end of the year that he "loved that we never really did anything in class except tell goofy stories, and yet he left knowing and being able to use so much French."

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

JYA, Université de Paris IV (La Sorbonne), History // B.A. French and History, Magna Cum Laude, Tulane University // M.A. French Literature, University of Texas, Austin

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