The Engaged Spanish Classroom

Hi, my name is Erin! I hope to share my passion and ideas for teaching Spanish

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Seating and Groups in Spanish Class

After some trial and error, I have discovered that I am a big fan of group seating arrangements. With classes that often reach up to 32 students, I find that small groups help me to better and more easily manage my interactions with my students as well as their interactions with one another. Below I'll tell you a bit about why other arrangements didn't work for me, and why I've stuck with small groups for 6 years!

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