In today's video, we tackle the challenge of teaching in a multilevel language classroom. We dive into the top five strategies for providing comprehensible input, making your classroom a more inclusive, engaging, and effective place for everyone.
In this video, we'll be discussing how to balance L1 and L2 in the language classroom.
In this video, I’ll be exploring the importance of repetition in teaching a language with comprehensible input. As language teachers, we all know the struggle of trying to make new concepts stick in our students' brains.
I know that instinct and knowledge aren't the scientific terms for these two aspects of the brain. Bill VanPatten calls them implicit and explicit, but I think those terms, though scientifically correct, muddle the waters a bit and aren't as clear.
After having read the posts on the list about the Pimsleur Method, I decided to retry this methodology for learning a language. I had tried the Pimsleur tapes for Spanish and German when I was young, but never really followed through.