Recently I’ve discovered a cool blog form a family called “The Rodríguez” or as we say in Spain “Los Rodríguez” Every post is written in English and Spanish so you can learn tons of useful real vocabulary or have your students doing so.Besides, their stories are really funny and entertaining
You really have to check this out: Los Rodríguez Life
Hace poco he descubierto un blog genial de una famila llamada “Los Rodríguez” Cada una de las entradas está escrita en Español e Inglés, por lo que puedes aprender cantidad de vocabulario útil o hacer que tus alumnos lo aprenda.Además sus historias son de lo mas curiosas y divertidas.
No te lo pierdas: Los Rodríguez Life
One of the biggest drawback when it come to on-line exercises is that most of them use a multiple choice option task. In this case I’ve found an excellent collection of grammar games on the British Council’s web page which don’t use this multiple choice task – And I found them more attractive for the students.
Students often struggle with the memorization of new words. It’s useful to keep a record of this new words in small cards that they keep with them. But recently I have discovered Quizlet, a powerful on-line tool to create a collection of cards and keep track of them easily. Also there is huge number of pre-made cards to use freely.
On Wednesdays all over the internet, bloggers post a photograph with no words to explain it on their blog. Hence the ‘wordless’ title. The idea is that the photo itself says so much that it doesn’t need any description. Source
Here is Mr. Otis’ contribution: