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Teach Jeff Spanish dot com

Posted by Cheryl Lykowski on November 19, 2007

Chris Craft from Crucial Thought and his sixth-grade students have come up with a brilliant project, called “Teach Jeff Spanish”. The students are creating videos to help teach Jeff Corwin, (and anyone else who would like to follow along) Spanish.  These motivated students have created their first episode and I have to applaud their work. Keep in mind, as you wander over to Teach Jeff Spanish, that these very motivated students created this with very little help from their teacher. YES! That’s what learning is about! My students, who are involved in a collaboration project, Global Explorers, with students from Colombia, (South America) will definitely follow this project, as we all the help we can get with our Spanish!

Fantastic job and we are anxiously waiting for the next episode!



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