Ever wondered how to motivate your students to write spelling tests?
Not many adults, let alone children enjoy it.
… and STILL, you know that teaching them the phonetic rules and how it applies to English (or any language) is important for their literacy development to enhance their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, but your students hate writing tests.
If you’re thinking, “let’s just eliminate tests and be done with it,” then you have to keep in mind that not every school or district will agree to this. If you’re one of the lucky few, then more power to you, but if you’re not, then we’ve got to shake things up a bit.
This technique will help you develop a deeper connection with your students.
I’m embarking on a new journey and can hardly wait to get started. I hope you join me.
Unlike my usual articles, you’ll actually need to watch the video to get the most out of this session.
#1. The steps to learn a new language for free – verbal communication purposes.
#2. How I plan to use it use my learning to motivate my students.
#3. The importance of knowing your “why.”
#4. Resources I use with my students to engage them in learning about culture.
Let’s recap really quickly. Today, we looked at the following:
- The correlation between literacy development in the classroom and learning a new language.
- Steps to learn a new language.
- Ways to integrate it into your classroom.
- Resources to use to enhance the learning experience.
In the mean time, if you’re feeling stressed out, overwhelmed and burnout, then I encourage you to check out the following: FREE MASTERCLASS: Systematic Plan to Super Passionate.
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I’ll see you next Friday at 5:30pm PST.
Until I see you next time, remember to create, experience & teach from the heart.