Rosetta Stone invites you to a new and timely webinar, “Engage Students and Enhance Your World Language Classroom”, to be presented Wednesday, February 15, from 3:00 pm—4:00 pm EST.
This live session will be led by Gisele Vazquez Falls, World Languages Department Chair at Tallwood High School in Virginia. Join us as she shares:
- Strategies for including online resources into daily lesson plans
- Steps to successfully mix traditional and online instruction in your language program
- Tips to maximize teacher reach and differentiate instruction
- Ways to build students’ proficiency during and outside of class
School districts continue to face limited budget resources, and class time devoted to teacher-led instruction limits a student’s ability to practice speaking in their new language. Online learning gives language students more opportunity to develop the speaking and listening skills they will rely on for academic and career success.
Join us for this presentation on how to better engage your students and enhance your world language classroom. Ms. Vasquez Falls will address how students come to us with varied interests, abilities, and language and cultural backgrounds. For these students, their language success depends greatly on access to personalized learning and authentic and engaging lessons.
For students to eventually own a language, they must use it.
Mixing traditional instruction and EdTech offers a comprehensive approach to build and strengthen students’ language confidence. For a program using a blended learning approach for language learning, access to technology increases students’ practice time, provides learners with instant speech feedback, and allows teachers more time to provide individualized attention to students.
With blended learning in the classroom and the benefits of technology, new lesson design strategies can help differentiate instruction for your world language students.
All K-12 educators are invited to this live, interactive webinar. Including EdTech in your world language classroom provides teachers the time and resources needed to develop the language skills of students who have a mixture of individual learning styles.