Every blogger’s doing it, and I’m glad. It’s great to see what’s been most helpful to language learners and teachers this year! Here, for your undelayed gratification, are the ten most popular posts published at indwellinglanguage.com in 2015, in chronological order.
How to teach well and save your sanity. (01/13/2015)
Is your classroom a happy place? (02/03/2015)
How I made this freaky realization and what I did about it. (02/10/2015)
Background, benefits, and future of this collaborative video project. (02/18/2015)
Animated video presenting Bill VanPatten’s article “The Two Faces of SLA: Mental Representation and Skill,” useful for learners, teachers, and departments. (06/15/2015)
Three lesson plans and a bunch of principles for creating low-prep, high-payoff lessons. (08/05/2015)
How to use questions to generate high-level thinking without needing too-advanced language. (08/10/2015)
Animated video presenting Rob Waring’s article of the same name, outlining the whys and hows of Extensive Reading. (08/15/2015)
The Savvy Language Learner (infographic)
What savvy language learners have in common. (10/15/2015)
Don’t make it! (10/27/2015)
What’s been your best discovery of 2015?