What a brilliant idea 💡🏥🏆🥇

A couple of weeks ago, while participating in a languages chat (#charlaele1) on Twitter I saw this tweet:idea-genial-translated

It was an answer to the question: What advantages does project-based learning (PBL) offer when teaching Spanish as a second language?

I instantly fell in love with her project. Unfortunately, way too often teachers can hear from their students the typical phrase: “So… what is the point of doing this?“. That’s why PBL is the perfect cure for that kind of statements but this project, in particular, has an outstanding purpose. Sending “get well soon” messages to patients in hospitals.

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A2 Translation – Simon (Schama) Says 🇪🇸 🇫🇷 🇩🇪

So I was on twitter when this tweet popped up in my feed:

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How to forget those epic lessons on History of the English language back in the day when I was studying at uni? Endless hours of watching A History of Britain. Each of us had a unique way to impersonate the myth, the legend that is Simon Schama. And in what way Simon is the gift that keeps on giving?

Many of his tweets are pretty useful for the MFL lessons (with the Y13 in particular) since he often talks about the topics included in the subject.

How do I work with this type of material? 
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