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7 Amazing Churches in Rome You've Probably Never Heard Of

7 Amazing Churches in Rome You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Rome proudly holds the nickname the Eternal City, which perfectly describes the treasures you will find within the city’s walls. Rome’s art, architecture, food, and culture all give us a ...

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5 Japanese Music Videos Perfect for the Classroom

5 Japanese Music Videos Perfect for the Classroom

Music exerts an enchanting effect on the human brain- it helps enhance memory and learning, something many language teachers can use to their advantage. Not only can a catchy tune ...

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Interview with Supertutor TV Founder and College Admissions Adviser Brooke Hanson

Interview with Supertutor TV Founder and College Admissions Adviser Brooke Hanson

Brooke Hanson is the CEO and Founder of SupertutorTV.com, an online resource for high school students designed by an elite test prep and college admissions expert. They specialize in online ...

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Montréal and Québec City - ACIS Visit Canada video

Montréal and Québec City – ACIS Visit Canada [VIDEO]

    When it comes to taking an educational tour to give your students the opportunity to experience a French-speaking culture in an immersive setting, not every French teacher is ...

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6 Aspects of Spanish Culture to Share with Your Students

6 Aspects of Spanish Culture to Share with Your Students

Spain is a country full of unique culture and flair. It has endless cultural pastimes bursting with excitement and color. Except, of course, during a siesta. We’ve made a list ...

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2017-2018 Spanish Calendar

2017-2018 Spanish School Year Calendar

We hear from teachers all the time that they’re always on the lookout for culturally enriching and educational materials with which to decorate their classroom. We know Spanish teachers’ mission ...

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2017-2018 french calendar

2017-2018 School Year French Culture Calendar

We hear from teachers all the time that they’re always on the lookout for culturally enriching and educational materials with which to decorate their classroom. We know French teachers’ mission ...

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spanish gazpacho recipe

Authentic Spanish Gazpacho [RECIPE]

I don’t know about you, but I’m trying to do all that I can to hold on to that feeling of summer. Yes, there’s the excitement of the new school ...

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Student Spotlight Johnny Vrba - Illinois

Student Spotlight: Johnny Vrba – Illinois

Johnny Vrba is a high school senior from Illinois. He traveled with his classmates to France, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Germany this summer. We interviewed Johnny about his experience traveling ...

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5 Facts You May Not Know Queen Isabella I

5 Facts You May Not Know About Queen Isabella I of Spain

Isabella I was the queen of the central region of modern-day Spain known as Castile and ruled from 1474 until her death in 1504. She was born on April 22, ...

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