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Goodbye textbooks, hello authentic materials! Posted by on Aug 11, 2021

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Ever feel like you’re competing with your students’ phones for their attention? 📱 🙄 They’ve got the world at their fingertips now. But a new language opens up a whole new world, too. Make your classroom just as interesting as the real world by incorporating authentic materials. (Come learn how our instructors do it on…

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Stop teaching vocab—let tech do it for you! Posted by on Jul 14, 2021

Every second counts in the language classroom. ⏳ Language teachers must juggle engaging and authentic classroom activities that promote speaking, writing, reading, listening, grammar, and beyond—all through a new cultural lens for students. 🤹‍♀️ Don’t waste another minute reading aloud endless lists of new vocabulary, asking your students to fill it in along the way…

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Vocabulary vs. Grammar: Where to begin? Posted by on Apr 14, 2021

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You have limited time to study your target language. How should you spend it? For beginner and intermediate learners, we typically recommend focusing on vocabulary. Read on to find out why, or skip to the video at the bottom to watch a replay of our webinar explaining why vocab matters more than you think. How…

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Transparent Language Online Year in Review 2020 Posted by on Dec 30, 2020

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What a year. Despite all of the challenges of 2020, you logged more hours than ever in Transparent Language Online. Thank you for learning with us! Whether you’re learning to have fun at home, to land a new job, or to connect with family from afar, let’s keep that momentum going. You won’t want to…

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Learn French With Transparent Language Online Posted by on Sep 8, 2020

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French is the third most-taught language in schools, and the fifth most spoken language in American homes. The US has a strong connection to the French language coming from all directions, be it the Franco-American settlers of New England and Maine to the Cajun and Houma speakers in Louisiana. 1.3 million people speak French in the…

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Learn Spanish with Transparent Language Online Posted by on Aug 31, 2020

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Spanish isn’t only the second most spoken language in the US after English, it’s also the most taught language in US schools. With Transparent Language Online, Spanish teachers, Spanish students, and even libraries have access to excellent Spanish resources for all levels. Beginner Spanish Courses The Essentials Course 30+ hours of Spanish learning organized into…

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The #1 Tool for Remote Language Teaching: A Library Card! Posted by on Aug 27, 2020

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We’re less than a week away from the beginning of September, and you know what that means! Back to school! Or stay-at-home school! Or hybrid school! Or… this used to be a lot more straight forward, didn’t it? Wherever your kids or students find themselves come September, the Unsung Superheroes of the Pandemic have got you…

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