english primary teacher

Daily routines in the English class

Here you have a prezi presentation explaining the different daily routines that this teacher follows in her english class. It’s amazing to see the good pronunciation of the children and the fluency they have, they have a lot of practice and protagonism in the classroom. Congratulations to the teacher!!   http://prezi.com/wsphc5yb88a6/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share    

english primary teacher

How can I help my child like English?

(By the web “Super simple learning”) Many parents are eager to help their kids learn English from a young age. One of the most important factors in teaching foreign languages to young children is helping them form positive perceptions of communicating with foreign languages. A great advantage of early childhood second language exposure is that… Sigue leyendo How can I help my child like English?

english primary teacher

Aprender inglés con los sonidos de las letras

(by Educación 3.0)  Los alumnos de Educación Infantil y Educación Primaria del Eurocolegio Casvi, de Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid), estudian inglés de una forma atractiva e intuitiva a través de una nueva metodología de trabajo. Se trata de Jolly Phonics, un método de lecto-escritura con el que los más pequeños aprenden a escribir y leer… Sigue leyendo Aprender inglés con los sonidos de las letras

english primary teacher

Curso Inteligencias Múltiples (Orientación Andujar)

Presentan este curso online sobre Inteligencias Múltiples desde la Asociación Infosal. Desde luego una oportunidad para seguir la formación en nuevas metodologías, dirigido por los autores del prestigioso blog Orientación Andujar, imprescindible para encontrar recursos para maestros. Esta es la url: http://www.infosal.es/cursos-online/curso-inteligencias-m%C3%BAltiples-orientaci%C3%B3n-andujar/

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Article: Culture in the CLIL Classroom: going beyond the disguise?

Originalmente publicado en Teachingtoteach's Blog:
It’s a long time since I last wrote a post to the blog. This doesn’t mean I’m not reflecting on my teaching anymore (is that possible, in any case?), but time flies and my new duties as Deputy Director are keeping me busier than I expected. I’m coming back…