Mayumi Asaba and Paul Marlowe show you how to organize multimedia student presentations, Lindsay Mack writes about teaching prosodic patterns through English movies, and Jonathon Harrison brings TV comedy into the classroom. We’ll also get a look at promoting professional development in Minako Inoue’s article and check out a content-based vocabulary activity submitted by Gillian Pelton-Saito. Gay Ann Kato offers up a template for lessons with young learners, Jay Veenstra outlines a high frequency vocabulary activity, and Greg Rouault discusses interactive introductions at the start of the school year. See how students are running to read with Kevin Mueller’s idea, how Paul Howl gets students speaking with a movie-related activity, and the way Tom Fast helps students plan the perfect holiday. Jacqueline Foster takes students on a future tense picnic and Richard Goodwin brings advertising to the classroom. Last but not least, Paul Spijkerbosch shows us how to empower learners with rubrics. Thanks to all for sharing your great ideas!