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Hannah Haase

Born and raised in Germany, Hannah started learning English as a Second Language in 5th grade and French in 7th grade. After completing her Master’s in Education, ESL, and History at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, she moved to the United States to become a teacher at the Milwaukee German Immersion School and a professor at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

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German A2 textbook with auto-graded activities
By Hannah Haase on September 15, 2021

Our German A2 textbook is finally here! Take a look inside this supplemental textbook with an accompanying digital platform that encourages your students to speak and helps them improve...

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Spanish 2 textbook with auto-graded activities
By Hannah Haase on September 15, 2021

Our Spanish 2 textbook is finally here! Take a look inside this supplemental textbook with an accompanying digital platform that encourages your students to speak and helps them improve...

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German Textbook: Hörverstehen und Sprechen - The best resource for your German classes
By Hannah Haase on July 16, 2021

As teachers, we often look to improve our lessons and supplement our teaching with various materials or resources. The internet is a great way to start looking for those items, but it’s...

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Spanish 1 textbook: Escuchar y Hablar- The best resource for your Spanish classes
By Hannah Haase on July 5, 2021

As teachers, we often look to improve our lessons and supplement our teaching with various materials or resources. The internet is a great way to start looking for those items, but it’s...

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How to be a better teacher - tips and tricks to help you improve
By Hannah Haase on July 1, 2021

Great teachers don’t only put a lot of work into their lessons and materials, they also constantly reflect on their lessons, objectives, and goals. Changing nothing and sticking with...

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Best teacher ever! Take the test to find out where you stand.
By Hannah Haase on June 16, 2021

At some point or another you have probably asked yourself, “Am I a good teacher?” or “How do I become the best teacher ever?” Maybe you even put one of these questions into your search...

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ESL textbooks with auto-graded activities online
By Hannah Haase on June 3, 2021

Are you, your administrator, your school district, or your Department of Public Instruction looking for a new ESL textbook? OR Are you interested in fun and engaging activities for...

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How to write a textbook: 15 Tips from 10 successful authors
By Hannah Haase on June 3, 2021

Thanks to the limitless world of the internet, anyone who wants to publish and share something with the world, can do so nowadays. You can have your own blog, youtube channel, social...

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Motivation in language learning - What really matters to students
By Hannah Haase on April 14, 2021

It’s estimated that about 60-75% of the world’s population speak at least two languages. That’s at least 4,604,000,000 people! And while many of them grow up bilingual, that still leaves...

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ESL listening and speaking activities to try in your classroom
By Hannah Haase on March 8, 2021

Even before COVID turned the world (of teaching) upside down, there was an abundance of teaching platforms out there. Some were specifically designed to support certain subject areas,...

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