They call this words you cannot translate into English" which is laughable because they have, in fact, translated the words into English in the infographic! I believe they mean "words which have no English equivalent."
Pop songs translated into Shakespeare. It would be fun to give students a bunch of these and have them match them or translate them and then have them take a stab at turning a song they like into a sonnet. A good fun way to teach students iambic pentameter and the structure of sonnets. jj
Our beliefs are so powerful that they literally create our reality. Our perceptions translate into our experiences. When we become aware of what we believe at our most basic and primal levels, we can understand with much greater clarity why our life experience is the way it is. Beliefs are nothing more than agreements about […]
Teaching inferencing to your students? Here's an Anchor Chart to get you started. Two versions have been created (and include a class size and mini-anchors for student's desks). These anchors are editable, so if you need to change the wording, clipart, or translate into Spanish, duplicate this original and differentiate for your class.