In this post: 1. Spanish for Latin Teachers, a new online course by JSB 2. Deep discount on just-launched virtual Summer Institutes with Tina Hargaden of the World Language Proficiency Project Spanish for Latin Teachers For years I have wanted to create this course to take advantage of the boost in comprehension and community […]
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New Latin Events in Boston and Dallas
I’m excited to share two new Latin events for teachers and enthusiasts! Even if you are neither of these, please consider spreading the word or referring a colleague. Living Room Latin is an entirely new type of shindig that I’ve been eager to pilot for a long time. It will feature the activities and techniques that have […]
Announcing Mitten Latin!
I’m excited to announce Mitten Latin, a workshop for Latin teachers in or near Michigan! Mitten Latin will feature low-prep, high-payoff activities and techniques like those in the LIMEN collection. Even if you’re not a Latin teacher, would you consider spreading the word or referring a colleague?Mitten Latin will be held on April 22–the day after Mitten CI–and […]
Something from Nothing – VIDEO breakdown (Express Fluency reflection 4)
This is the fourth in a series of reflections and elaborations on Express Fluency 2017. If you haven’t yet, check out installment 1, on the skills of slowness and silence, installment 2, on making lemonade, i.e., capitalizing on would-be problems in class, and installment 3, on brain UNbreaks. I hesitated to share the video below. It’s as […]
Summer 2016 Preview
What I enjoy most in the summer is lolling lakeside with my family. But learning with friends old and new at the many summer programs for language teachers or learners is up there. While some have already happened–last week’s ACL Institute was one for the ages–I thought I’d share here some things I’m excited to be part […]
Partnering with Express Fluency in August!
Elissa McLean of Express Fluency has just announced a set of exciting language-learning and teacher-training programs taking place this August in beautiful Brattleboro, Vermont. Among the options are three featuring yours truly: A Latin intensive course for anyone who has always wanted to learn Latin or whose past experiences learning Latin didn’t make it stick. This will be quite […]
How Has 2016 Been So Far?
This is the last weekend of the first month of 2016. How is the year going so far? What has been most as you expected? What has been least as you expected? What has been most as you hoped? What has been least as you hoped? For me, it’s been a tiring, but exciting month. Since being […]
Teaching Latin to Humans
Twofer! Announcing… “Teaching Latin to Humans,” an article just published in Eidolon, and LIMEN, a Latin teaching portal here at indwellinglanguage.com Whether or not you are learning or teaching Latin, it’s likely that you have a reason to view or share these: 1. “Teaching Latin to Humans: How to Honor both the Language and the Learner” diagnoses the […]