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Foreign language teacher´s luggage in the classroom

5 December 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

[Charleston College, South Carolina (USA)]


Foreign language teacher´s luggage in the classroom

Rucksack, keys, watch
Handbooks on grammar, literature, vocabulary &c
Cell phone (and charger)
Laptop / tablet

Blocs, pens, propelling pencils
Rubber, rubber bands, labels
Bookmarks, paper clips, stapler
Sticky tape, pencil case, CD player
post-it, files, markers

Dossier 1.- attendance table / marks table (excel) / classroom notes / notebook exercises
Dossier 2.- PPA / wordlists / planning (term) / oral assessments


E. Fouz.-5.12.19



Foreign language teacher´s luggage


Writing in blocs, using dictionaries, learning

24 March 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

I think that there is a tendency on the students´ part to write less. Maybe, this might happen because students nowadays don´t like writing long texts or copying sentences. Who knows? Perhaps the growing use of new technologies in schools is showing teachers evidence of the students´s search of immediate information at the fast movement of a mouse click. Some people might have the wrong idea that one learns just by listening.

Learning implies effort, writing and notebooks.

Every student of a foreign language should have three companions in his rucksack; namely, bloc, pens and a good dictionary.

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