Wednesday, June 25, 2014

German: 500 New Fairy Tales Discovered in Germany

A collection of fairy tales gathered by Franz Xaver von Schönwerth that had been locked away in an archive in Regensburg for over 150 years has now been opened completely! The collection includes five hundred new fairy tales. Many of these are variations of familiar classics but the collection does feature several hitherto unknown tales. Check out the article in the Guardian below for full details:

German Fairy tales

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

French: De bon gré

Check out everything you need to know about the expression de bon gré here:
de bon gré (willingly, happy to)

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Sunday, June 22, 2014

French: Food and Drink (map)

Check out this great culinary map of France below. This can definitely enrich a lesson or unit on French cuisine.

Source: Culinary Map

French Food and Drink:

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Jobs: Oklahoma City Community College German Adjunct

Company:Oklahoma City Community College

Location:Oklahoma City, OK

Date Posted:May, 22 2014

Source:Oklahoma City Community College

An adjunct faculty member at Oklahoma City Community College has the primary responsibility of instruction. Secondary responsibilities include supporting the integrity of curricula, encouraging student success, and promoting the mission of the division to which the adjunct faculty member belongs as well as the College as a whole.

Essential FunctionsAn adjunct faculty member is primarily responsible for supporting student learning by providing quality instruction in courses that the adjunct faculty member and the dean/director agree will be taught. Quality instruction includes clear course objectives, prepared and relevant class activities, effective and understandable presentations of learning materials, fair and understandable grading practices (credit classes only), timely responses to students, and a positive atmosphere in the classroom.In addition to the primary responsibility for supporting student learning, an adjunct faculty member is expected to:Participate in the assessment of student learning outcomes for the program and/or department.Respond in a timely fashion to information requests from program, division, and College administrators.Attend department, division, and College meetings as required.Acquire new knowledge and skills as appropriate for the academic discipline.Maintain license or professional certification specific to program requirements.Satisfy objectives for mutually agreed upon special assignments.Support the College’s vision, mission, goals, and priorities.

Demonstrated positive human relations and communication skillsBasic computer skills, proficient in the use of Microsoft Office or similar softwareFlexible teaching style to accommodate individual learning stylesCommitted to helping students achieve their goals to be successful and attain a college educationKnowledge of or willingness to learn computer programs used in the department and on campus (such as MineOnline and Moodle)Organization and attention to detailSupport and willingness to teach in a competency-based instructional systemAbility to work independently and coordinate work with colleagues and peersAbility to work well as a team member in an instructional unitAbility to communicate and articulate concepts in an organized manner both verbally and in writingAbility to read and understand content in order to assist students when they are having difficulty interpreting conceptsAbility to interact in an effective and encouraging manner with students individually and in groupsAbility to be available for office hours and provide means of communication with supervisor(s) and/or the department or division officeMust be punctualMust be reliable


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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Spanish: False Cognates

 Hey Spanish teachers and learners, check out this great list of false cognates from Enjoy!

How do you teach your students about cognates and false cognates?
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French: Allons-y

French teachers and learners, check out everything you need to know about Allons-y at Lawless


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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

News: Reflecting on the School Year

From SmartBrief:

Teachers should reflect on what steps they took this year to improve students' learning, National Board Certified Teacher Elizabeth Stein writes in this blog post. For Stein, she writes, that includes introducing Universal Design for Learning in her district by conducting a presentation and fostering better professional connections on Twitter.

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Monday, June 16, 2014

French: La Patisserie

Here is some delicious French vocabulary I came across:

This would make for an great poster to hang up in your classrooms.

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

French: Pas Mal

French teachers and learners, here is a fun resource from on the meanings and usage for pas mal. Enjoy!

Pas mal

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Friday, June 13, 2014

French: Summer guide to France

For French teachers looking to add some detail to popular travel locations in France or learners who might be visiting France during the summertime, check out this excellent guide:

France summer guide

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Jobs: Assistant Professor of Spanish

Part Time : Full-Time Regular/
Temporary : 
Regular DEPARTMENT MARKETING STATEMENT : Clemson University is a comprehensive public university with over 19,000 students.  The Department of Language is housed in a college that combines Humanities, Design and Building, and the Fine and Performing Arts.  It currently offers three distinct degree programs; the B.A. in Modern Language (ASL, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish); the B.A. in Language and International Trade (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish); and a B.S. in Language and International Health (Chinese and Spanish). 
POSITION DESCRIPTION : Asst Professor.  Clemson University's Department of Languages invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Spanish position in Afro-Hispanic Studies to commence in the fall of
2014.  Along with courses pertaining to their field, successful candidates are expected to teach all levels of the Spanish curriculum.  We are looking for outstanding teacher scholars who can contribute to interdisciplinary programs. 
QUALIFICATIONS : Required qualifications:  Ph.D. by the time the appointment begins; native or near-native fluency in Spanish and English; demonstrated excellence in teaching and research.  Expertise in Brazilian Literature and/or Portuguese Language is highly desirable. PAY & 
Standard Hrs:
37.5;  Salary commensurate with education and experience. 
BENEFITS INFORMATION : This position qualifies for state benefits. 
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- Prospective Employees web page shown below: 
CLOSING STATEMENT : Clemson University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information. PI78002180


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Jobs: Assistant Professor of Modern Standard Arabic

Deadline Open until filled
Date Posted June 2, 2014
Type Tenured, tenure track
Salary Commensurate with experience
Employment Type Full-time
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Appalachian State University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in Modern Standard Arabic. Ph.D. by date of appointment preferred. ABD will be considered. The ideal candidate is expected to have native or near-native fluency in Arabic and English, to have experience teaching Modern Standard Arabic, and to be committed to building an Arabic program that collaborates with other units on campus. Ability to integrate technology in teaching is highly desirable. The 3/3 teaching load is likely to include one course per semester in literature in translation, linguistics or global studies depending on the applicants area of expertise.
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures has nineteen tenure-track faculty members and 14 adjunct instructors. The department offers an M.A. in Romance Languages, undergraduate majors in French and Spanish, 7 undergraduate minors (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, TESL, and two years of instruction in Arabic, Latin, and Portuguese.
Please send a letter of application, CV, graduate transcripts, and the names and contact information of three (3) references to: Jim Fogelquist, Chair, Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, 519 Sanford Hall, PO Box 32063, Appalachian State University, Boone NC 28608. Initial review of applications will begin immediately. Completed applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. Applications via e-mail will not be accepted.
Honored by US News and World Report, Forbes Magazine, and Sierra Club Magazine for its teaching, its affordability and its focus on sustainability, Appalachian State University is a nationally recognized university located in the culturally and recreationally rich Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. With an enrollment of 17,800 students, ASU combines the best characteristics of the liberal arts and research institutions.
Appalachian State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should contact Dr. James Fogelquist at 828-262-3096 or by email at Proper documentation of identity and employability will be required before the hiring process can be finalized. Any offer of employment will be conditioned upon the university's receipt of a satisfactory criminal background check. Appalachian State University is committed to providing equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate in access to its educational programs and activities, or with respect to hiring or the terms and conditions of employment, on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex, gender identity and expression, political affiliation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

Source:Chronicle Careers

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Jobs: Instructor/Assistant Professor (Hebrew)

The Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages invites applications for a nine-month fixed term position in Hebrew beginning August 16, 2014, with the possibility of renewal. The successful candidate will have expertise and experience in teaching Hebrew and developing strong curriculum that incorporates language, literature and culture. Courses in global studies and interdisciplinary studies in the arts and humanities may be part of the teaching assignment.

Qualifications include undergraduate teaching experience in Hebrew. A Ph.D. in a relevant field is preferred, but candidates with an MA or ABD will be considered. Ranks are determined as follows: Assistant Professor level when holding a Ph.D degree or the Instructor level when holding a Masters or ABD degree.

Review of applications will begin on May 27, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.
Please submit a current vitae, a letter of application that includes a discussion of your teaching philosophy and the names and email addresses of three referees who will be contacted automatically by email for their letter of recommendation. For further information contact Professor Susan Gass (, Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages, 619 Red Cedar Road, B-331 Wells Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1027.
Source: Michigan State University

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Jobs: Instructor, German Language (College of St. Benedict & St. John's University)

Located in central Minnesota, College of Saint Benedict, for women, and Saint John's University, for men, are nationally recognized Catholic liberal arts colleges and ranked as two of the top three Catholic colleges in the nation. They share one academic program, and students attend classes together on both campuses. This integrated learning experience combines a challenging academic program with extensive opportunities for international study, leadership, service learning, spiritual growth and cultural and athletic involvement. The combined enrollment of more than 3,800 students makes CSB and SJU the largest of the nation's liberal arts colleges. The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, are located four miles apart in Central Minnesota just outside metropolitan St. Cloud and 70 miles from Minneapolis. Both are Catholic colleges in the Benedictine tradition, which emphasize quality teaching and a commitment to intercultural learning. For further information, see
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University invite applications for an adjunct assistant professor or instructor of German to teach two German language courses in Fall semester 2014, to begin in August 2014. Native or near native fluency in German, evidence of excellence in teaching, and a strong commitment and dedication to undergraduate teaching required. Master’s Degree in related discipline required, PhD preferred.Questions regarding the position may be directed to Dr. Karen Erickson, Professor of French and Chair of the Department of Languages and Cultures (; 320-363-3074).
APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications are accepted online only at Required documents include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, *three current letters of recommendation, a statement of philosophy of teaching and learning, and copies of transcripts, (official transcripts required for interview).
*Recommenders should submit their letter of reference confidentially to Human Resources at If your letters of reference are secured with Interfolio Service or another College/University, please contact them and have them send your letters to this email address.
Women, individuals of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University are Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employers.

Source:Inside Higher Ed

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Jobs: Instructor, German Language

The Department of Modern and Classical Languages at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University invite applications for an adjunct assistant professor or instructor of German to teach two German language courses in Fall semester 2014, to begin in August
2014. Native or near native fluency in German, evidence of excellence in teaching, and a strong commitment and dedication to undergraduate teaching required. Master’s Degree in related discipline required, PhD preferred.Questions regarding the position may be directed to Dr. Karen Erickson, Professor of French and Chair of the Department of Languages and Cultures (; 320-363-3074). Saint John's University, a liberal arts college for men, and the College of Saint Benedict, a liberal arts college for women, are located four miles apart in Central Minnesota just outside St. Cloud and 70 miles from Minneapolis. Both are Catholic colleges in the Benedictine tradition, which emphasize quality teaching and a commitment to intercultural learning. Together, the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University offer a common undergraduate curriculum, identical degree requirements, and a single academic calendar. The colleges offer the distinct benefit of two nationally recognized Catholic, undergraduate institutions and one exceptional education. For further information, see


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Jobs: Assistant or Associate Professor of Linguistics and German or Spanish

Carson-Newman University is a leading Christian Liberal Arts institution, recently ranked Best Undergraduate Teaching in the South by U.S. News & World Report and received the President's Award for Community Service. Carson-Newman emphasizes academic excellence through innovative teaching, advising, mentoring of students, and service learning. The campus is located at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and is surrounded by beautiful lakes. More information is available from the university website,
Carson-Newman employs faculty and staff who are actively supportive of its aim as an institution with a Christian commitment.
Carson-Newman University invites applicants for an Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of Linguistics and World Languages. The position is a full time, tenure track position to begin August, 2014.
Candidates for the position should have a PhD in Linguistics or related field, but ABD will be considered.
Carson-Newman employs faculty and staff who are actively supportive, through a local church, of its aim as a college with a Christian commitment.
Candidates for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Linguistics and German or Spanish will teach Introduction to Linguistics, Phonology, Syntax and a wide range of other linguistics classes in addition to a variety of language classes in German or Spanish. Applicants should be prepared to nurture and grow a young but vibrant linguistics major and will be able to influence curriculum development. The successful candidate will be the linguistics program director. Native or near-native proficiency in German or Spanish and English is required.
The rank and salary will be commensurate with educational preparation and experience. Group life and health insurance as well as a 401K retirement plan are available on a participating basis. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
To be considered, please send a letter of interest, references, and current vitae to:
Associate Provost Office
Carson-Newman University
2130 Branner Avenue, Box 71989
Jefferson City, TN 37760
Phone: (865) 471-3471
Fax: (865) 471-3502

Source:Council for Christian Colleges & Universities

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

French: Les vins de France

For French and wine fans:

Check it out full size here:

Les vins de France
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Ed-Tech: Twitter resources for teachers

Two resources are now available to help educators and parents who are new to Twitter, educator Joe Mazza writes in this blog post. Among them are #Nt2T, an online support community for teachers, while the other is a free, five-part series, "Twitter 101: An eCourse for Educators and Parents," he writes.

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Ed-Tech: Tech tools to motivate student participation

From Smart Brief:

Student engagement can be increased by combining meaningful instruction and motivational technology tools that are innovative, user-friendly and applicable to real-world situations, Nicolas Pino James, a teacher researcher and trainer, writes in this blog post. He describes four free Web-based tools that can be used to boost student engagement, including PosterMyWall, which enables students to create artistic, high-quality posters to be shared online or printed, and Screencast-o-matic, a tool that allows users to record their computer screens.

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Ed-Tech: How technology is driving education

From Smart Brief:

A number of shifts taking place in education, including a change in the role of the teacher, are being driven at least in part by technology, according to a report released this week by the New Media Consortium and the Consortium for School Networking. A midrange shift identified in the report is the use of open content, or open educational resources, which has policy implications. A longer-range shift is rethinking how schools as a whole are working, the report states.

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Ed-Tech: Who owns teacher-created digital content?

From Smart Brief:

States and school districts need to define who owns teacher-created content, according to the State Educational Technology Directors Association. In a recent policy brief, the group noted that the need for such policies is driven, in part, by the increasing use and tailoring of digital content in the classroom. "In the era of digital publishing, which includes teacher-created, -refined, and –remixed materials, an important question has arisen: who owns this digital content?" the group wrote in the brief.

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Ed-Tech: Getting the most out of blogging

From Smart Brief:

Blogs help educators and those interested in the profession share information, collaborate and move ahead, professor Tom Whitby writes in this blog post. He writes that blog posts allow information to be shared rapidly and create an environment in which educators can be engaged in continuous dialogue. "Any educator may share his or her thoughts and ideas with the profession. Those very ideas will be held up and scrutinized by other educators who may have opposing views, enthusiastic support, or just a willing compliance," Whitby writes.

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Ed-Tech: Digital Leadership

From Smart Brief:

Despite a national push for education to enter the digital age at a faster pace, top digital leaders only exist in a handful of districts, according to this article. Possible reasons for this digital gap include limited access to the Internet, budget constraints and a lack of teacher training. Karen Cator, president of nonprofit Digital Promise, defines digital leaders as "people who are able to share that vision and get many people bought in, so it isn't just the leader at the top driving and pushing everyone to do these things."

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Ed-Tech: Mobile Learning

From Smart Brief:

Mobile learning -- tablets, bring-your-own-device programs and other initiatives -- is having a significant influence on teaching and learning, according to a recent survey. Among those who participated in the Speak Up 2013 survey, 86% of school and district administrators said mobile learning improves student engagement. School leaders also indicated that mobile learning is helping to prepare students for college and career.

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

French: Est-ce que

French learners, learn everything you need to know about the essential phrase Est-ce que:

Est-ce que

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French: Test your knowledge of characters in Asterix

French learners, test yourself on secondary characters in the popular Asterix comics:

Asterix characters

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Jobs: Chongqing University ESL positions

Chongqing University School of Foreign Languages and Cultures, is inviting applications for full-time ESL lecturers to begin September 2014.
Chongqing University is ranked 28th out of 2,236 universities and colleges in all of China.
Chongqing University's website:
Position: ESL Instructor
Contract: One year renewable based on performance.
Hours: 14 to 16 hours per week on average.
Teaching: Courses on English-speaking countries cultures/English training for undergraduate students.
Salary: 6,000-8000+ RMB/month, depending on experience and qualifications.
Allowance: Travel allowance provided each semester.
Vacation: One month paid vacation for Lunar New Year, 1.5 months for summer, plus public holidays.
Housing: Free furnished two-bedroom apartment provided, a 5 minute walk from the University.
Medical: Basic medical care provided at no cost.
Language: Free Chinese language instruction.
Transport: Airline ticket reimbursed at end of the contract.
MA TESOL/Applied Linguistics or culture studies/other social sciences preferred.
BA and two or three years’ ESL teaching experience+ CELTA/RSA/TESOL/TEFL Certificate will be considered.
Please provide the following documents in PDF format attached to an email:
CV/Resume + Cover Letter(summarizing experience, commitment to education and interest in China)
Dr. Dong: AND Ms. Vivian Lee:


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