Learn, Inspire, Travel, Repeat – The ACIS Tours Travel Blog

8 Great Spanish Instagrams for Students

Ensure your students engage with Spanish over the summer with these Spanish language Instagram accounts! Instagram is a great, authentic resource for students to interact with the language on a ...

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New Spanish Classroom Activity: Lyrics and Learning

Getting to listen to music in class as part of your lesson plan? Sounds good to us! This new classroom activity uses 9 contemporary songs (all-student appropriate) from artists such ...

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8 Architecture Styles to Spot on Your European Tour

One of the beauties of traveling through Europe is seeing the great layers of history in the form of buildings and public spaces. It can be a challenge, though, to ...

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5 Spanish Myths and Legends to Share With Your Students

After you’ve covered the historic highlights of Spain, from the Alhambra to Madrid’s bull fighting rings, why not turn your attention to the world of the historical imagination? Dragons and ...

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6 Amazing Instagrams for French Language Students

Looking for a new way to connect with the French language? From food to art and basic vocabulary, these French Language Instagram accounts are not only aesthetically beautiful but can ...

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7 Reasons to Experience Puerto Rico ASAP

Puerto Rico is an island with a lot to offer, and with no passport required for US citizens wanting to visit, it makes sense that we would add it to ...

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7 Global Valentine’s Day Traditions

Happy Valentine’s Day! February 14 is all about sharing the love – and maybe a little bit of chocolate! While roses and cute cards may now be synonymous with the ...

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Teacher Travel Recap: Barcelona Training Weekend

My name is Adam, and I teach English in Monroe, Louisiana. I’m a first time ACIS Group Leader, and as such, I was invited to participate in their annual Barcelona ...

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4 Things My Students Have Taught Me About Chinese New Year

Leandra Beabout taught high school English before transitioning to a brief career in newspaper journalism. She now splits her time between teaching English as a new language in the virtual classroom and ...

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9 Underrated Spanish Festivals

Greetings to all the damas, caballeros y fiesteros! (ladies, gentlemen and party people!) After two years exploring the Iberian Peninsula, I’ve learned about the good, the bad and the mystifying ...

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