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  • World Language Cafe Lesson Plans

    Get 50 Free World Language Games!

    Do you ever feel like you’ve made so many resources for your classes and that you just wish some veteran teacher would magically appear to give you some new, fresh ideas…

  • Learn How Teachers Stay Fit without Exercising

    7 Ways to Lose Weight without Exercising

    “How do some teachers do it?”, you may be wondering.  “How do they look so good and stay in shape, when they get up early in the morning, teach, come home…

  • How to Write a Thank You Note after a Teaching Interview

    Write an Amazing Interview Thank You Note

    Before reading “How to Write an Amazing Thank You Note after a Teaching Interview”, you may wish to check out the first 2 parts of this series, Catharyn Crane’s post on “Resume…

  • Teacher Feature - Anne-Marie Rocheleau, World Language Cafe

    Teacher Feature, Anne-Marie Rocheleau

    To help create a sense of community in our online teachers’ lounge for World Language teachers, we’ll be featuring World Language teacher profiles and stories.  Join us as we take a…

  • Learn about Spanish teacher, Gema Perez, in this teacher feature profile.

    Teacher Feature #3: Gema Perez from Spain

    Teaching can be so lonely sometimes so I  wanted to create an online teacher lounge where all the language teachers can hang out.  We’ll be sharing the up’s and down’s of teaching, as well…

  • How to Teach Irregular Verbs and Tricky Grammar, French, Spanish

    How to Teach Tricky Verb Tenses and Grammar, Part 2

    In the first 2 parts of this series, you learned how native speakers learn differently than language students and how to break down tricky verb tenses into manageable chunks by teaching…

  • How to Teach French, Spanish Preterite vs. Imperfect Spanish Lessons

    How to Teach Tricky Verb Tenses and Grammar, Part I

    Don’t you just love teaching tricky verb tenses?  Nope, not really!  In particular, the past tenses and the subjunctive can be so troublesome to teach.  But why are they so hard to teach?…