Music and Movement for Young English Learners (by Kathleen Kampa and Charles Vilina)

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7 Responses

  1. Matt says:

    Hi Kathleen and Charles,

    I am flattered that you would mention me in your article, thank you!

    I like number 2. I agree that if you believe your students are capable of something difficult, it helps give them confidence to succeed. They may even surprise you!

    Thanks for the nice article,

    • Kathleen Kampa Kathleen Kampa says:

      Hi Matt,

      Thanks for your kind response. Time and time again, my students have proven that they can tackle difficult material if we, as teachers, believe in their ability to succeed.
      Glad to know that “magic” happens in your classroom too!


  2. Barbara Barbara says:

    Thanks for these great tips! I always love reasons to celebrate in class 🙂

    Hope you get a good response to your survey request!

    • Kathleen Kampa Kathleen Kampa says:

      Dear Barbara,
      Thanks for providing a venue for sharing teaching ideas for children.
      I appreciate your help with my survey too!

      Kathleen and Charles
      “Kathy and Chuck”

  3. Steve Cornwell says:

    Dear Kathy,
    Looking forward to having you at JALT2011 as a Featured Speaker! Could you send me your email address as there may be things I need to send you as the conference draws closer.
    Steve Cornwell
    Director of Program JALT

  1. May 13, 2010

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Barbara Sakamoto and Arjana Blazic, Anita Kwiatkowska. Anita Kwiatkowska said: RT @barbsaka: New guest post: Music and Movement for Young English Learners (Stuff All #EFL Teachers Should Know) #ja … […]

  2. May 30, 2010

    […] (We have added 4 additional guest voices to the Village since that post, so I guess I can at least include my thanks to them. Thank you Henrick Oprea, Melania Paduraru, Kathy Kampa Vilina and Chuck Vilina!) […]