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Archives 2015

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Archives 2014 are located here.


The archives below contain all the tweets collected during our weekly #LangChat sessions. If you are looking for specific tweets or want to see the flow of the conversation and all the rabbit trails we sometimes take, you'll enjoy the archives. If the archives aren't quite your style, please consider reading our orderly retelling of the conversation by visiting the summaries.


Cultivate Culture in the Classroom!

35th November 5, 2015


Engage Students Beyond the Classroom! Tools to Connect with Target Language Communities

34th October 29, 2015


Ready to Take the Flip?  Langchatters Talk ‘Flipped Classrooms’!

33rd October 22, 2015


Stay on Target (Language) for Classroom Management!

32nd October 15, 2015


Help Students Make it Stick! Strategies to Support Long-Term Memory

31st October 8, 2015


Get More from Your Students!  Help Learners Use Greater Detail and Support Their Opinions

30th October 1, 2015


Keepin It Real -- In Every Mode! #Langchat Talks Authentic Classroom Experiences

29th September 24, 2015


Get Your Interpersonal Mode On! #Langchat discusses the ins and outs of assessment

28th September 17, 2015


Sing it Loud & Clear ~ Music is a DO in the World Language Classroom!

27th September 10, 2015


Effectively Plan Lessons for Your World Language Class!

26th September 3, 2015


Help Students Recall and Reuse Prior Knowledge!

25th August 27, 2015


What’s the World Language Class All About? Let Parents and Students Know From the Start!

24th August 20, 2015


#Langchat is back in session: Start grading off on the right foot this year!

23rd August 13, 2015


Incorporate High-Frequency Words in Your Classroom!

22nd June 4, 2015


Langchatters Reflect! Looking backward, moving forward

21st May 28, 2015


Snap your fingers for the first ever #langchat snapper: Professional development, iPad apps, classroom video series and interactive notebooks... all in only one hour!

20th May 21, 2015


Help Students Grasp Essential Grammatical Structures in a Proficiency-Based Classroom!

19th May 14, 2015


De-emphasize Grades and Promote a Culture of Learning!

18th May 7, 2015


3 Adapt Tasks to Interact with Authentic Resources!

17th April 30, 2015


Make Standards-Based Grading a Reality in Your Classroom!

16th April 23, 2015


From Distractions to Useful Tools:  Meaningfully Incorporate Electronic Devices in Your Language Classroom

15th April 16, 2015


Who leads in your classroom?  Balancing Instructor Input and Student Inquiry

14th April 9, 2015


Sustaining Grit When the Going Gets Tough:  Tips to Help Students Push Onward

13th April 2, 2015


Get Students Motivated in Your World Language Classroom

12th March 26, 2015


Make Integrated Performance Assessments Work for Your Students!

11th March 19, 2015


Meet the needs of all students in a multilevel language classroom

10th March 12, 2015


Smooth Transitions in an Effective Language Classroom

9th March 5, 2015


Guiding Students to Increased Accuracy at All Levels

8th February 26, 2015


Enrich your communication-based classroom with supplementary materials

7th February 19, 2015


Cultivating Higher Order Thinking in the Beginning Language Classroom:  Tips to Make it Happen

6th February 12, 2015


Use Games to Build Language Proficiency

5th February 5, 2015


Introduce Common World Language Assessments in Your District

4th January 29, 2015


Strategies for Using More Target Language in the Classroom

3rd January 22, 2015


Strategies for Using More Target Language in the Classroom

2nd January 15, 2015


Ideas to Make this an Amazing Year of Language Learning!

1st January 8, 2015



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