Just using the textbook gets boring for both students and teachers, but preparing handouts nearly on a daily basis is a time consuming activity for the instructor. Let's think beyond the textbook and the handouts by sharing fun activities which get the students using what they know and practicing what they have learned, but avoiding the textbook.
James Chan, CeLTIE Director
"Extending the Textbook with SCOLA's Insta-Class," "Integrating Authentic Videos Into Class Presentations," "Stack Your Webcam Above the Textbook"
“Software in the Classroom”
“Do You Blog?”
“Media Literacy: Film and Post-viewing Activities”
“Exploiting the Cute and the Fuzzy”
Amandine Lorente-Lapole and Jordi Teillard-Clemmer
“Create Your Own Ad”
Frédérique Loisseau and Jordi Teillard-Clemmer
“YouTube in the Classroom”
“Using L1 Children’s Books for L2 Learners”
“Still Looking for Penpals for Your Students”
French and Italian; Spanish and Portuguese; Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; German and Germanic Studies; Slavic Languages and Literatures; Second Language Studies; Language Education; CeLT; Campus Instructional Consulting (CIC)