Author: livelylanguage

Accessible Course Components

With the rapid growth of technology, more and more online courses and programs are developed for K12 schools and higher education institutes. However, the accessibility of the content area for students with disabilities is always neglected (Huss & Eastep, 2016). Thus, the training of instructions in accessible design is needed in order to comply with the […]

The Ultimate Computer Lab

Technology has been integrated into language teaching and learning for many years. Educators including teachers and administrators look for more information and resources to support teachers to implement technology. With access to technology, the learning experience for students has been improved (Francom, 2016). A Computer Lab for the Language Learning Program Population This computer lab […]

Bilingual Programs

In the recent three years, more and more bilingual programs have been developed in California. This is a great time to start thinking about how to build and develop bilingual/multi-lingual programs in the school setting. Research has shown that more than 60% of children in California speak other languages before 5 years old. These populations […]

Distance Learning/Teaching

It’s been long time to update… sorry. We are currently doing distance learning/teaching. Since March 2020 a lot of schools closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are all shocked and wonder when we will be back… sometimes I am still daydreaming where I am and where I go… I like traveling too, so I […]

“Authentic” Ways and Materials

It’s been awhile that I didn’t update information here. From last year, I have been presented at State and National conferences and mostly, I focused on Discovery Learning and Integration in Bilingual Classrooms. I really appreciate those colleagues and friends who supported me to do research on “authentic materials” to broaden my view to discuss […]

Thinking Starting This Program Many Many Years…

Never thought I would start a program “Lively Language” to interact with more people from the outside world of the teaching career. Helping more people to learn “Lively Language” is a goal to drive me to find more possibilities to set up programs or workshops. Learning a new language is not only a challenge but […]

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