French for Beginners: Resources for Novice/A

French for Beginners: Resource Guide Novice/A This post contains affiliate links. French for Beginners: What can you do at this level? Novice/A-level (ACTFL/CEFR) French learners begin that level with absolutely no ability to speak or understand a language. As they hit the top of the Novice/A level, they’re able to understand and produce words and… Read More French for Beginners: Resources for Novice/A

Studying Krashen: Benny Lewis and the 5 Theories

Studying Krashen: Benny Lewis and the 5 Theories Dr. Stephen Krashen has done so much for the teaching and learning of languages through the research and publication of his five theories of language acquisition. Studying Krashen’s 5 Theories Krashen’s theory of second language acquisition consists of five main hypotheses: the Acquisition-Learning hypothesis; the Monitor hypothesis;… Read More Studying Krashen: Benny Lewis and the 5 Theories

Teaching Online: Guest Speakers for Language Classes

Teaching online? Here is an engaging activity for language classes that will get your students speaking your target language. Prefer to read? Teaching Online: Using Google Apps to Host Guest Speakers Welcome to the 5-week Linguist Show. If you want to learn a language or you teach a language, you’ve come to the right place.… Read More Teaching Online: Guest Speakers for Language Classes

Learn French Intermediate: Resource Guide

Learn French Intermediate/B Resource Guide  This post contains affiliate links. What is it like to learn French at the Intermediate/B level? Intermediate/B learners of French begin with being able to create their own phrases and sentences.  The biggest feature of the intermediate/B level is creating with language. As you progress through this level, your produced… Read More Learn French Intermediate: Resource Guide

Italian for Beginners Resource Guide

Italian Resource Guide-Novice/A This post contains some affiliate links. Italian for Beginners: What can you do at this level? Italian for beginners/Novice/A-level (ACTFL/CEFR) language learners begin that level with absolutely no ability to speak or understand a language. As they hit the top of the Novice/A level, they’re able to understand and produce words and… Read More Italian for Beginners Resource Guide