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Rātū, 19 o Hōnongoi 2016

This week our task in Te Puāwai is to record and share our journey integrating some of the classroom commands into the classroom or home. Our kōrero must include the following: 716 more words

My Adopted Home Is Bleeding and You Need To Understand Why

I woke up this morning with a broken heart again and I’m tired of it. I’m too old for this crap. People of Earth, I’m tried of citizens acting like a bunch of unruly toddlers, … 800 more words

Everyone's Here

I just left a little luncheon to head to work for a little bit. That alone means that today is a slightly odd day. Since my school is having a bit of a special schedule it means I don’t have to be there except for a few hours today. 299 more words


Crazy first week of vacation

Teachers had one more day of work on Monday to enter grades, pack up and check out. I took two (very short) naps on Tuesday. That’s usually my m.o. 442 more words

Middle Fiction

creatively honoring the immersion culture: festival anual de las arepas

As part of our DLIparents blog series, we explored the importance of programs intentionally raising the status of the immersion language culture. When Olga Diaz, an instructor at NorthPointe Christian School, shared with us how their community celebrates the festival anual de las arepas, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share it with you. 329 more words

Spanish Immersion

Cruzar el puente: bilingüismo y biculturalismo

Hola a todos:

En la sociedad actual la identidad cultural está sometida a constantes debates y polémicas. En fechas recientes estamos viendo el renacer de nacionalismos que creíamos extintos o al menos adormecidos y desconfianzas que creíamos superadas. 689 more words

English Skills

PopSugar Latina: Dare To Do What No One Else Is Doing For Latinas

I want to help PopSugar Latina become the #1 lifestyle brand for Latinas. It has been a year since the launch of PopSugar Latina. Considering that Latinas make up 17% of your target audience and Latinos in general spend the most time on social media networks than any other demographic, you are probably looking at your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages wondering: Where are all the Latinas? 1,026 more words