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Does your French class groan when you walk up to the blackboard? Maybe you need some new lesson plan ideas and teaching tips. Inject energy into your French class with this list of resources, including French games, activities and songs to help teach your class.
Crash Course is an educational YouTube channel by John & Hank Green over original topics in World History, English Literature, Biology, & Ecology, & with new added videos over American History & Chemistry. Their videos are fast pace, lasting about 10-12 minutes. The videos are entertaining overviews that may require you to pause the videos to discuss with your students, or perhaps use a backchannel site like todaysmeet.com. The videos are aimed towards a high school audience, but may work for the upper middle school years.
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