Back from a trip to Mexico! Often, you can best set yourself up for success in second language acquisition when you first get to understand a bit about the culture of the target language. Also, when learning another language, you cannot fear failure, neither
failure to acculturate, nor failure to learn the language well. You might sound funny, and your brain might be jumping through hoops,...
When working with a child with special needs, what we need to understand is that they are likely perceiving the world differently than the people around them (but we certainly all do at times!). Depending on where the area of need is, it may just take a
different approach, additional repetitions, or modifications so that they can "access" the information that they are being taught.
You can find my mini-lesson on Wyzant >> Resources >> Lessons >> Spanish >> Grammar
Spanish Grammar: Direct and Indirect Objects
My goal is to simplify concepts so they can easily be memorized and generalized. Que disfruta su leccion en espanol!