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I have taught all levels from kindergarten to adult continuing education. I love languages and am constantly working on improving and adding to them. I believe that if students have fun, they will learn faster and remember longer. I try to have students speak in the target language as much as possible during the limited time that they are in class.

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I have taught all levels from kindergarten to adult continuing education. I love languages and am constantly working on improving and adding to them. I believe that if students have fun, they will learn faster and remember longer. I try to have students speak in the target language as much as possible during the limited time that they are in class.
World Factbook Country Report worksheet
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World Factbook Country Report worksheet

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This is a 3 page worksheet in English to take students through the CIA World Factbook website. Topics include: geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Nationalities in English Bingo
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Nationalities in English Bingo

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Includes 30 unique 4 by 4 Bingo cards for nationalities in English. Cards have pictures of flags for the countries. Also included is a set of standard sized (8.5 x 11) flashcards / mini-posters of the flags with country and nationality. Print on cardstock and laminate.
Versailles webquest
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Versailles webquest

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Webquest has 5 pages of questions in English to help guide students through the Versailles website. Updated 11/2012.
Nationalities Slap game
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Nationalities Slap game

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Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Cards have the pictures of 36 different flags. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Cards are pictures only, so they are good for any language. For SLAP: Place cards face up on the desk. Teacher calls out one of the cards. First student to SLAP the card, wins it. At end of round, the student with the most cards wins. For GO FISH: Each set of cards has 2 or 4 copies of the page. Deal 6 cards per player. The remaining cards go face down in the fish pond. Any pairs that students already have may be set down at the beginning of their first turn. They must say I have 2 (a pair of) … when laying down the cards. For their turn they ask another player Do you have a … If yes, they get the card, announce their pair and lay them down. If no, they draw a card from the fish pond.
US capitals I have Who has
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US capitals I have Who has

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Print on cardstock and cut into 51 cards. The student with the “I begin” card starts the activity by reading both parts of the card. Play continues until the student with the “I finish” card has his / her turn.
Il Colosseo The Colosseum
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Il Colosseo The Colosseum

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This power point has 13 slides of pictures from the Colosseum in Rome. The only Italian used is on the title slide. There are brief notes in English on the note section of most slides. Pictures were taken on my January 2014 trip to Rome.
United States Presidents Partner Puzzle
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United States Presidents Partner Puzzle

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This is a partner activity with the full names of the presidents of the United States. 1 puzzle has all of the down words and 1 has all of the across words. Partners take turns giving clues (number, predecessor, successor, facts, etc) until both puzzles are completed.
Rulers of France Posters
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Rulers of France Posters

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Print on cardstock and laminate. Separate page for each king, including: picture, dynasty, title, reign, birth, death, predecessor, successor, spouse, children, father, mother. Empires and 1st to 4th republics have 1 page for each government. Presidents of the Fifth Republic each have their own page. Names are in French, but other information is in English. Covers from Clovis to Emmanuel Macron.
History of France worksheet
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History of France worksheet

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Worksheet has 36 questions in English. Students are to hunt the Internet to find the answers. Good for a basic introduction, covering major topics from Lascaux to Francois Hollande.