Friday, January 15, 2016

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BRINGS BACK MEMORIES

I tried a hand at teaching 
a high school Spanish class
(filling in as a substitute teacher),
and found things to be
      very much the same . . . 

with one major exception.

Everything's gone digital!
Computers, I-Pads, and cell phones
have taken over.

Lessons, videos, tests.
Students depend on their digital devices
to transcribe, view, type and record.

I really enjoyed the experience.

MANTENER
LA CALMA
y
HABLA
ESPANOL

6 comments:

  1. Muy bueno hablar español. Cuando tengas tiempo pase en mi blog y quiero saber si me perdí ningún texto algo en español que tradujo !!!

    Besos y siga el enlace

    http://simplesmentelilly.blogspot.com.br/2016/01/um-amor.html

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  2. Information technology is involved in everything nowadays.
    To facilitate the teacher's work, as well as students.
    As long as the first to learn to use.

    Certainly an interesting day to follow the study.

    Fascinating post about!

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  3. Jajjaja
    Good!
    Keep calm and speak Spanish!

    xx

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  4. Yo hablo español, pero a veces pierdo la calma....jeje

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  5. Mi español es un tanto raro pero esa es mi lengua nativa, aunque reconozco que cualquier habitante de latinoamerica lo habla mucho mejor que yo.

    Y bueno....La calma....

    Un abrazo

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  6. You have many talents Rick.... Technology is involved in everything (even at primary schools)- teachers should make sure they know that they learn first how to use them.

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