Resources for World Language Teachers

James Sorrels teaches Spanish at Westover School, leads professional development workshops for world languages teachers, and serves at the world languages master teacher for both NENTS 1.0 and 2.0 each summer. (World Languages)

Today's World and Its Languages

 

As the Atlantic article linked above suggests, the ability to understand and communicate in a language other than English has more use than ever before. With technology, the translation of words is easier and quicker, yet the fine points and cultural understandings behind the words require more study and explanation.

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French Sites

Contains links to many, many activities and materials for teaching and learning French.

Spanish Sites

General Sites

Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Practice

Contains links to a variety of podcasts (over 150 free dialogues), videos, and other materials to support French teachers and students.

Contains translations of favorite children's stories (like Les Trois Petits Cochons) read by native French speakers as well as other support materials for French teachers and students.

Contains games, activities and exercises to support French teachers and students.

Marie Nuzzi’s Spanish Links - Links to many sites with helpful information, practice materials, activities, review exercises and more for Spanish teachers and students.

 

Marie Nuzzi’s Spanish AP Page - Activites, study materials, cultural information and more to support AP teachers and students.

 

Spanish Language & Culture - A well-organized collection of interactive Spanish grammar exercises as well as a variety of cultural materials.

 

Web de AP Spanish (St. Lawrence University) - Links to a variety of materials to support AP Spanish teachers and students.

 

 

TV5 is a global television network, broadcasting French-language films, news, sports and documentaries.