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Throughout my years as an educator, anytime I pull a wordless picture book out to use, I’ve always had at least one student roll their eyes and tell me that “those books are for babies and kids that can’t read yet”, especially in the upper grades. My heart aches whenever I hear that. As parents […]
Non-Pearson websites that are useful resources for Spanish Language teachers.
World-readiness Standards for Learning Languages
ACTFL Proficiency Scale
Seal of Biliteracy
National Association of Bilingual Education
Language Proficiency Definitions from U.S Department of State