Expert advice, ready now resources and access to publishers wrap up the book everyone needs to start a classroom reading program that is effective.
Let's tap into our community's creativity to produce simple Latin listening materials with visual support for beginning learners of Latin.
Research meets practice on the road to an effective self directed reading program.
Creating compelling input is difficult. Stop stressing yourself out and let the students in front of you tell you what is compelling via word sort tables.
What is the worst thing that will happen when more students want to read more because you took class time to foster students' reading habits?
Classics and Latin teaching seems to be close to a crisis point. Enrollment numbers tell a story. What should we do with that story?
Latin 3 is reading Piso: Ille Poetulus by Magister P as a whole class novel. Don't miss that Magister P has a teacher's manual and audio files to accompany Piso. The teacher's manual offers many activities to allow a teacher a chance to engage students in the novel without creating materials to go with it. Word … Continue reading Camera Freeze Vocabulary
We recently returned to school after a 10 day Spring break. I always find this the hardest Break from which to restart classes. Central Iowa tends to warm up over Spring break and it is a taste of summer break. And in our school we quickly start the haste filled final steps toward AP testing … Continue reading Difficult versus easy: A simple add on to continue the flow of input.
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First off, I want to make it clear that the following words are my own thoughts and reflections as I observe the discussion over education happening in state level politics in Iowa the last couple of years. I work for West Des Moines Community Schools. These words are my own and have no reflection on … Continue reading A critical year for Iowa public schools.