This week, we’re exploring teaching languages with journal activities. Check out ways to develop advanced language and persuasion, among others.
A journal is a scholarly periodical that includes professors, researchers, and other specialists authored. Journals are devoted to a single discipline or subject of study. Unlike newspapers and magazines, journals are written for academic or technical audiences rather than general readers. In this episode of The Five-Week Linugist Show, we will talk about Journal Activities.
Argument and Persuasion
A Personal Story
Janina as a young teacher
Bullfighting in Spain
Interviewing Native Spanish
Think about your target language
Writing reactions in Journals
Chunks and words and advanced grammatical structures
Ask yourself a question, or ask other people a question and then provide reasons.
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