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The Bilingual Brain: The Ferrari of Brains

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The bilingual brain is the Ferrari of brains... which is great. But why? Well, interestingly the bilingual brain utilizies it's languages to help increase..

 

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A bit more Help with Understanding the Spanish Subjunctive - Spanish Teaching

A bit more Help with Understanding the Spanish Subjunctive - Spanish Teaching | Spanish Teaching | Scoop.it
Fluent SpanishWe are always looking for better ways to help you understand the dark world of the subjunctive, so we're going to continue with the same theme that has been driving us crazy the past few weeks.

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Spanish Educational Resources

Spanish Educational Resources | Spanish Teaching | Scoop.it

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Dr. Susan Bainbridge's curator insight, May 13, 2013 11:30 AM

This is a Spanish Educational Resource site. I know lots of my followers speak Spanish. For those of you who do not, there is a great repostory of free images, maps etc.

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Teaching Español: Free Videos in Spanish to watch with your kids

Teaching Español: Free Videos in Spanish to watch with your kids | Spanish Teaching | Scoop.it
Spanish teaching tips and ideas for high school Spanish, middle school and elementary Spanish and preschool Spanish.

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Ashley Harden's curator insight, February 20, 2013 4:01 PM

Great resource for movies/videos in Spanish to watch with your kids.

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Teachers Using Cell Phones For Class Lessons, Homework

Teachers Using Cell Phones For Class Lessons, Homework | Spanish Teaching | Scoop.it

Ariana Leonard's high school students use their cell phones in the Spanish classroom to complete Spanish vocabulary digital scavenger hunts, copy notes with their cell phone cameras, and receive text messages reminding them of their homework.


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Clary Pardo's curator insight, August 1, 2014 6:51 PM

I would have to get a phone just for school because I would not want them to have my personal phone number