Last spring, I started a blog segment called “Teacher Feature” that I will be continuing into the fall. Today, I am sharing an interview with Rebecca Blouwolff, a French teacher in Wellesley, MA. Her dedication to teaching is inspiring to me; I hope she inspires you, too! What and where do you teach? I… Continue reading Teacher Feature: Rebecca Blouwolff
If you follow me on twitter (@kellycondon) you know I've been sharing almost daily about what I’ve been up to this summer. Here on my blog, however, I have been pretty quiet. Okay, I’ve been silent. And you're probably thinking, Kelly, did you forget about us? And no, I haven't. I haven't blogged because I… Continue reading I’ve been MIA. I know. Here’s why.
This post is the first in a series that will highlight talented educators across the U.S. who inspire their students and colleagues each and every day to learn new languages. Each post will feature a teacher I've met in person or through Twitter (follow me @kellycondon) who inspires me to be better at what I… Continue reading Teacher Feature: Nathan Lutz
This post is meant to DEBUNK some of the myths out there about 90% target language classrooms. If you aren’t sure what that means, a 90% target language classroom aims to keep at least 90% of communication in the target language. I say at least because my experience is that when a classroom aims for… Continue reading 5 Myths about the 90% Target Language Classroom
One of my absolute, all time FAVORITE pages on TPT is Mundo De Pepita. This page is fabulous for elementary Spanish teachers. Julie, who runs the site, is very active on twitter and we’ve been exchanging tweets and email for about a year now. I hope to meet her in person sometime soon! She is… Continue reading “Yo Soy” Flower Activity for FLES