Category: Hybrid and Remote Learning

  • Se présenter, a Remote Lesson

    Here is set of lessons on Se présenter for a synchronous class on a platform like Google Meet during which you can share these slides by sharing your screen. After, you can post the slides to a learning management site like Google Classroom, giving each student their own copy. While you are presenting you can […]

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  • C’est délicieux: All the effective components in a simple set of remote learning lessons

    The most important piece of this blog post is the example. Here is a set of slides that is written for Novice High Students learning French. It is a week’s worth of remote learning, to be done at home. There are opportunities for live lessons with the teacher, but the set is intentionally simple and […]

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  • Keep remote learning simple 2: Taking a Break

    I was encouraged by the response to my last blog post. Teachers want to keep their remote teaching simple for themselves as much as for their students. More students will be able to access your materials if you keep them simple. The example that I want to share with you this time is a week-long […]

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  • Simple remote learning lessons for French class

    In the move to remote learning this Spring of 2020, it is tough to make lessons equitable when some students may experience technology and connectivity issues. In this blog post I want to show an example of how to keep lessons simple. I will share with you a low-tech yet online solution for providing students […]

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