Author: ajcambron


  • Jim Lahey’s No Knead Bread ala Cambron

    Baking bread was more or less an accident. My father bakes bread, my friends bake bread, and for the last few years I’ve been trying to eat low carb. Somehow […]

  • Rye Bread (Roggenmischbrot 2:1)

    One of things that I miss the most about living in Germany is the incredible variety of breads that just aren’t available in the United States. During Covid-19, I’ve been […]

  • Australian Sausage Rolls

    Ingredients Meat 500g Ground Beef500g Ground Pork Produce 3 Cloves Garlic1 Carrot1 Celery Stalk1 Medium Brown Onion Dry Spices Seasoning Mix 1 Tbsp Nutmeg1 Tbsp Sage1 Tbsp Onion Powder1 Tbsp […]

  • Auf dem Weg! High School German

    A project that I have been stewing on for a long time is now being realized due to the passion of a dedicated group of High School teachers. To check […]

  • Punky German Beer Cheese (Obazda)

    One of my favorite parts of enjoying a German Biergarten in the summer is the onion covered cheese spread that goes on a crusty Bavarian pretzel. Here is my recipe […]

  • Quick and Easy Hot Tomatillo Salsa

    My attempt at making a tomatillo salsa with easily acquirable ingredients that is a consistent favorite! Ingredients 16 Tomatillos – remove skins and rinse5 Cloves Garlic1 Jalapeño5-6 dried red chilies […]

  • März Verrücktheit

    März Verrücktheit Every year my German IV Class votes on their favorite songs during March Madness. Here were their choices this year. Oft Gefragt – Annenmaykantereit Tango im Treibsand Döner […]

  • Creative Commons Certificate – Unit 2

    In many ways this unit felt like the logical conclusion of the previous one. We dove into why copyright exists, and how the CC lives within the framework established by […]

  • Creative Commons Certificate – Unit 1

    This week I’m beginning licensing through the Creative Commons and I wanted to use this blog post to collect my thoughts and ideas from the process. Course Design and Apps […]


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The only devastating lick I can get behind is installing the school's Adobe license on your home computer.

Language is not "learned" as content is learned. Per Chomsky, it "grows in the mind".
Folks who apply #SBG as applied in content areas will eliminate "participation" despite differences between "learning" vs "acquiring" language.
This leads to valuing binary knowledge. https://twitter.com/mme_wagstaff/status/1436711039148695552

Denise Wagstaff@mme_wagstaff

Give your best argument for or against including participation as part of a student’s grade in a language class. #langchat

#actfl we need to add one more C to the 5 C’s:

✅CONSCIENTIZAÇÃO

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