We Teach Languages Episode 143: Highlighting Black Communities and Culture in the Spanish Classroom with Regina O’Neal

In ep 143, Stacey invites Regina O'Neal, a secondary Spanish teacher and department head, to share her award winning presentation from MFLA, NECTFL, and ACTFL. Regina discusses concrete ways she highlights Black culture and communities in her Spanish classroom by connecting with other content areas and community resources, by discussing aesthetic beauty, and by guiding students to appreciate Black art and literature..

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2020/07/17/143-with-regina-oneal

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We Teach Languages Episode 142: Language Legitimacy and Imagining New Educational Contexts with Jonathan Rosa

In ep 142, Dorie Conlon Perugini interviews Dr. Jonathan Rosa about his work exploring race, language, and education. Jonathan discusses what sorts of language practices are deemed legitimate in educational contexts, and how language teachers participate in institutions that are not serving multilingual students. In this episode, listeners will find new ways of thinking about language education and students' language and literacy practices.

For links and show notes, visit https://wp.me/p88mlO-6nP

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We Teach Languages Episode 135: Indigenous Language Revitalization, Teacher Development, and NILI with Robert Elliott

In ep 135, Stacey continues her interview with Robert Elliott, a conversation they started on episode 73 of the Leading Lines podcast. In this episode, Robert describes the work of the Northwest Indian Language Institute (NILI), how teachers of any language can support indigenous language revitalization, and how Native American language teachers can take advantage of the summer offerings at NILI. 

For links and show notes, visit https://wp.me/p88mlO-63A

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We Teach Languages Episode 119: Integrated Instruction in Pre-K through 8 and Inviting Colleagues into Change with Victoria Gilbert

In ep 119, Stacey interviews Dr. Victoria Gilbert about her work as a teacher and department chair in a Pre-K through 8th grade all-boys Catholic school in New York. Victoria discusses her context and some of the changes she has made over the years including a shift towards authentic audiences and IPAs as assessments. Stacey and Victoria also discuss how to invite colleagues into change.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/10/13/119-with-victoria-gilbert

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We Teach Languages Episode 36: A Departmental Shift to IPA-based Units with Rich Madel

In ep 36, Stacey asks Rich Madel, a secondary Spanish teacher and department chair in Pennsylvania, about how he and his colleagues moved from a textbook-based curriculum to IPA-based units that build on authentic resources using backward design.  

For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2018/01/19/ep-36-with-rich-madel

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We Teach Languages Episode 35: Teaching English and French to English-speaking Students with Laura Parker

In ep 35, Stacey talks with Laura Parker about her experiences teaching both English and French to native English-speaking students. Laura discusses the overlaps between the two types of language teaching and some the challenges that ELA teachers face in the US high school context. 

For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2018/01/12/ep-35-with-Laura Parker

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Transcript of Episode 31 with Maris Hawkins

Transcript of Episode 31: Blogs, Novels, and Teachers Sharing their Work with Maris Hawkins   [background music] Stacey Margarita Johnson:  This is "We Teach Languages," a podcast about language teaching from the diverse perspectives of real teachers. I'm Stacey Margarita Johnson. Today on episode 31, Maris Hawkins is here to talk about how she uses … Continue reading Transcript of Episode 31 with Maris Hawkins

We Teach Languages Episode 31: Blogs, Novels, and Teachers Sharing their Work with Maris Hawkins

In ep 31, Stacey chats with Maris Hawkins, a middle and high school Spanish teacher who has used class novels, graphic novels, and free voluntary reading in her classes, as well as a variety of technologies to make student learning visible. Maris is also a prolific blogger and discusses how we can all share what's happening in our own classrooms and get ideas and resources from other teachers sharing their work.

For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2017/12/08/ep-31-blogs-novels-with-maris-hawkins

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