Using digital tools and project work in the world language classroom

Using creative tools that allow students to write, illustrate, narrate, and publish provides many opportunities to practice the skills necessary for successful language acquisition. Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire your work to support language acqusition and cultural awareness in your classroom.

Whether you have Chromebooks, iPads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use digital tools to help your students practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

Practicing Dialogue

Have students write and record dialogue to practice situations such as introducting themselves, meeting a friend, giving and receiving direstions, ordering food and more.

Digital Storytelling

Have students write and record digital stories in the language you are studying to practice presentational communication.

Constructing Comics

Have students create comics to share content in the language they are learning. The conscise nature of comics lends itself to simple answers and conversational dialogue.

Host a Tourism Trade Show

Have students research locations that speak the target language and create resources to raise awareness and promote tourism in these areas.

Practicing Fluency

Weather Brochures

Anti-Bullying Posters

Publishing Original Fables

French Reader's Theater

Country Reports

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