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6 Perfect Books to Inspire Your Students to Travel

6 Perfect Books to Inspire Your Students to Travel

Travel has endured as a universal theme of literature for thousands of years, from the earliest epic poems to the trendiest current bestsellers. Good travel writing can stir the inner ...

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Teacher Spotlight Rachel S - Indiana

Teacher Spotlight: Rachel S – Indiana

Rachel S is a social studies teacher in Indiana, and an ACIS Group Leader. As a high school student, she went on an educational tour with ACIS, and it changed ...

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A Guide to Understanding Spain's linguistic Diversity

A Guide to Understanding Spain’s Linguistic Diversity

When you think of Spain what comes to mind, A bullfight? Paella? Siesta? While these stereotypes are certainly true in some areas, these concepts are just as foreign to some ...

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International Holiday Traditions La Quema Del Diablo

International Holiday Traditions: La Quema Del Diablo [Guatemala]

December is an exciting month full of holiday spirit all over the world: from Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa to St. Lucia Day and Omisoka, there are plenty of reasons to ...

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5 Great Music Videos for Your German Class

5 Great Music Videos for Your German Class

As you may know, music helps the brain learn a new language faster. The German language might sound harsh to beginners, but these music videos will show students a softer ...

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5 Ways to Encourage Gratitude Among Your Students

5 Ways to Encourage Gratitude Among Your Students

Thanksgiving is coming, and aside from the delicious food we get to eat, it is our seasonal reminder to be grateful. Being grateful can be more complex than sitting around ...

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5 Incredible Places in Peru Besides Machu Picchu

5 Incredible Places in Peru Besides Machu Picchu

This post was contributed by Caroline Braun, a student at Indiana University who studied abroad in Peru Do a Google Images search for ‘Peru’ and you’ll get a whole lot ...

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5 aspects of French culture to share with your students

5 Aspects of French Culture to Share with Your Students

I’ve been lucky enough to spend a lot of time in France and at different stages of my life. I’ve visited with my family, on my own, and even gotten ...

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Nice

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Nice

Or maybe you did! Points for you! Anyways, this one goes out to all my fellow history nerds and adventurers who want to learn some stuff about the nice lil’ ...

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Non Solo Ciao - 6 Great Italian Phrases for Beginners

Non Solo “Ciao”- 6 Great Italian Phrases for Beginners

Italians are certainly no strangers to tourists- over 52 million visited in 2016 alone! While Italians’ strong sense of hospitality ensures that every visitor feels welcome, being able to speak ...

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