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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. She is now a content creator, blog author, and pedagogical mentor at Robotel.

Language teaching technology

Bring immersion to your classroom: Use the SmartClass language lab
By Hannah Haase on November 29, 2022

In a world where “globalization” and “cultural diversity” are becoming part of our daily lives, it is easy to understand why learning a second language – or even a third language – is...

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Language teaching technology

How to implement a digital language lab at your school
By Hannah Haase on November 29, 2022

With modern technologies, there is a wide range of options for implementing a digital language lab.

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Language teaching technology Tips for language teachers

Why you should say goodbye to traditional publishers and switch to SmartClass
By Hannah Haase on November 28, 2022

Are you stuck with traditional language teaching materials that you have inherited from former colleagues or mentors? Maybe you did your own research and nothing much came up except the...

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Double your students’ learning outcomes by using SmartClass!
By Hannah Haase on September 28, 2022

As teachers, you are constantly looking for ways to help our students learn more and better. As language teachers, you want to ensure they perfect their pronunciation and are confident when...

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Digital Language Teaching Content

C1 Level English curriculum with auto-graded activities
By Hannah Haase on May 16, 2022

Finding a C1-level English curriculum isn't an easy task. Finding a good one is even harder. Most textbook series have multiple books with a different focus each. One for writing, one for...

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Tips for language teachers

CEFR Language Levels
By Hannah Haase on May 13, 2022

There is a lot of confusion out there about the CEFR language levels and what they mean. Especially here in America, people aren’t very familiar with those levels, while everyone in Europe...

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Tips for language teachers

Providing written & verbal feedback to students
By Hannah Haase on May 13, 2022

No matter which subject and level you are teaching, providing meaningful, positive, and constructive feedback to your students is probably one of your most time-consuming daily tasks. As...

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Debate language for students
By Hannah Haase on February 10, 2022

As language teachers, we are always trying to prepare our students for the real world and anything they might encounter as they speak the language they are learning while traveling. So,...

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Tips for language teachers

Language learning games
By Hannah Haase on February 10, 2022

If you are trying to learn or teach languages in a fun and engaging way, this article is for you! I love using games and lots of hands-on activities with my students! It’s such a great way...

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Language teaching technology Digital Language Teaching Content

How long does it take to learn English?
By Hannah Haase on November 22, 2021

English is the most popular language to be studied around the world. According to the British Council, there are about 1.5 billion English-language learners. It has evolved to be the world...

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