Teaching English-Speaking Students a Second Language
Second language acquisition is a mandatory component of many school programs today, and the students can range from young grade school aged children to high school students fulfilling required courses for Regents diploma or college credit. Here you will find hundreds of articles on teaching a wide variety of languages to students, including Spanish, German, French, Latin, Japanese and Chinese, to name but a few. If you are a foreign language instructor, bookmark Bright Hub Education, where you can find teaching advice from experienced teachers, professors and foreign language translators.
Kids around the world love sports. Although they may speak a different native tongue, their love of play is universal. Educators can harness that common thread to teach their students a new language and culture.
See It and Say It in Spanish is a language learning tool that can be used with students of almost all ages in a variety of settings. The curriculum engages students through using flash cards and audio CDs. This is best used for individuals, homeschooling parents, or in a learning center.
The essential keys to speaking another language are clear understandings of concepts and practice. This lesson goes over interrogative determining adjectives to get students understanding and practicing quickly!
There are many different ways to use determining adjectives, but don’t let that overwhelm you. These plans will work students through them in a methodical and meaningful way. This lesson is on Spanish Possessive Determining Adjectives.
Go over French vocabulary for family and then have your students complete a writing exercise practicing the words. This is a good beginner lesson or could be used as a review for more advanced students.