We Teach Languages Episode 70: Advice for New Language Teachers with Albert Fernandez, Bill Denham, and Ying Jin

Stacey shares advice for new teachers from Albert Fernandez, Bill Denham, and Ying Jin. Taking a cue from the last few minutes of episode 69 with Leslie Grahn, we get a few more perspectives for new language teachers. After you listen, reach out to us and tell us YOUR best advice for new language teachers!

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/09/14/ep-70-with-albert-fernandez-bill-denham-and-ying-jin

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We Teach Languages Episode 6: Integrating Culture and Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language in the US with Kaishan Kong

In episode 6 of We Teach Languages, Stacey talks with Kaishan Kong about what excellent language teaching looks like, how to integrate language and culture instruction, and teaching Chinese as a foreign language in the United States. For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2017/05/26/we-teach-languages-episode-6-integrating-culture-and-teaching-chinese-as-a-foreign-language-in-the-us We welcome feedback, resources, and diverse perspectives on this topic! To contribute to the conversation started here, leave us a voicemail or send a text message to (629)888-3398. Or you can follow us on Twitter @weteachlang or use this contact form to send us an email.

We Teach Languages Episode 4: Focus on Process, Not Product and Thinking Maps with Dana Yang

In episode 4, Yue Wu interviews Dana Yang about how her approach to teaching Chinese at an international school has changed over the years. Dana and Yue also discuss the benefits of using thinking maps in many common language learning tasks. For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2017/04/21/we-teach-languages-episode-4-focus-on-process-not-product-with-thinking-maps We welcome feedback, resources, and diverse perspectives on this topic! To contribute to the conversation started here, leave us a voicemail or send a text message to (629)888-3398. Or you can follow us on Twitter @weteachlang or use this contact form to send us an email.