Counting in Japanese: Juppon Anime

by Lillie Forteau / Oct 29, 2008 /
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One of my favorite ways to practice Japanese is by counting!

Now, here is a good way to learn how to count in Japanese from 1-10.

Win a Copy of Frommer's Morocco

by Ed Forteau / Oct 28, 2008 /
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Book Review of the Week: Frommer's Morocco

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Darren Humphrys

Acrobats, Jemaa el Fna square, Marrakech medina


When I was in graduate school, one of my fellow students was from Morocco. He was so courtly in his manners, so intelligent, and had such good food at his gatherings that I was very impressed with his cultural background. However, I haven't been to North Africa yet.  

Foreign Language Resource for People with Disabilities

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Oct 28, 2008 /
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New Resource Provides Easier Access to Foreign Languages for People
who are Blind

It's finally here! Have you had students with disabilities in your

Great Vacations in the Blue Ridge Mountains

by Dana Buttenhoff / Oct 28, 2008 /
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Great vacations in the Blue Ridge Mountains begin with the perfect destination.

Language Learning Course: Take Off in Japanese

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This week is Japan Week on Wandering Educators! We'll have giveaways, recipes, stories, and more!


Captain Lord Mansion – Practice Makes Perfect

by Marti Mayne / Oct 27, 2008 /

Goodies Anyone?

by AKNickerson / Oct 25, 2008 /

I am giving away 3 goodie bags on my home blog during Blogapalooza next Wednesday (October 29).  Want a sneak peak at what's inside? 

Check out my blog today: 

Hidden Treasures: A Pepsi in Panama

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At the geographical bottom of Central America is Panama, and at the top of Panama, just 20 miles shy of Costa Rica, is one of Panama's biggest tourists draws:  the Bocas del Toro archipelago.