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Say Hello! Around the World
Hello! Bonjour! Paivaa! Ni hao! Teach learners of all ages how to say hello in several different languages. There are project ideas for younger learners and older learners. Kids love learning a different language, even if it's just this simple greeting.
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Students engage in an activity that exposes them to the process of learning a foreign language. The cognitive steps a learner goes through is taught. The basic word forms of the language are discussed.
Who Wants to Play with Me?
Seventh graders recognize affixes common to the language in a meaningful and communicative context and to use their knowledge of affixes to determine word meanings. original story. Students present a personal narrative about an experience they have had playing a sport, a game or an instrument.
Learners create a list of rules, suggestions and recommendations in the target language on how to be successful in class. They appropriately use the present subjunctive forms of a variety of verbs.
Bienvenue, mon petit chou!
Eleventh graders participate in a instructional activity to work on foreign language skills. They create a simulation of a African baby welcoming and naming ceremony to create a context for practicing Communication.
Judging Books By Rheir Covers
Students use the skill of prediction to enhance the reading of an article. The skill helps to examine topics in a foreign language. The target skill of the instructional activity is reading comprehension.
Hola! Spanish for Travelers
Young scholars study the Spanish language. In this foreign language lesson, students identify Spanish speaking countries on the world map and go on website to practice speaking Spanish greetings.
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Pick up basic conversational Spanish with animated videos featuring three characters: Pablo, Ana, and Marcos. As Pablo and Marcos get to know Ana, they talk about a variety of subjects. Learners can acquire the vocabulary in each conversation through a series of related activities.
Coloring Book for Kids in Spanish Lesson 1: Greetings
Introduce your class to basic salutations in Spanish and English with a group of activities and exercises. The materials, which can be put together as a packet, include coloring pages, a matching activity, a fill-in-the-blank exercise, song lyrics, a word search, and flashcards. After completing these activities and practicing orally, class members will have a good grasp on the presented words.
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The story of Gulliver's travels to Lilliput is a classic tale that includes the type of wonder and adventure children love to read about. However, some children have difficulty reading text with fluency and tend to lose interest, or become frustrated before the story even starts getting good. Here is an app that lets your learners read along with audio narration and highlighted text. Open the world of classical adventure for your struggling students.
Let's Discuss Current Events
Investigate articles from the daily news and share opinions with classmates. Using current events, learners view a news program without sound and predict what news is being discussed by analyzing the visuals. Then they read news articles and discuss the Five W's in groups. Groups present to the class what they learned from their article. Great for social studies, language arts, intermediate or advanced ELD, or any foreign language course.
Lesson 1: Figurative Language
The story Once in a Blue Moon by Nicola Morgan is full of figurative language. Second graders choose one idiom from the story and create an illustration of its meaning. Handouts and structured vocabulary practice is included with the lesson. Be sure to double check all of the standards listed with the lesson, they may not fit exactly.
Race, Language and Separation
Sixth graders discuss the idea of separation in today's society. In groups, they examine the laws used in the past with a focus on "separate, but equal". They review the Brown v. Board of Education case and determine if it caused or solved more problems. To end the lesson, they examine the experiences of immigrants and how their language kept them separate from the population as well.
Reducing Language Barriers
Students identify the message of a speaker, using both verbal and nonverbal communication strategies. In this reducing language barriers lesson, students complete a broad range of activities as they discuss the development of language and learn non-verbal cues to watch as they communicate more efficiently.
Classified Advertisements: Target Language Practice
Foreign language learners decipher the meanings of classified ads in the target language. They investigate a large collage created by the teacher of foreign language advertisements and discuss the content with classmates. Then they create their own classified page by writing in their target language.
Say "Thank You" in 100 Languages!
Students put the "Thanks" back in Thanksgiving with this geography and language activity that teaches students to say "thank you" in many languages.
Signs and Symbols to Acquire Language
Young scholars utilize deductive reasoning to decipher unfamiliar words and sounds. They acquire high-frequency words by viewing street signs and playing phonics games. Students This lesson is intended for young scholars acquiring a foreign language.
Introduction to German Language
Students explore world geography by completing foreign language art projects. In this German language lesson, students identify Germany and the language that is spoken in the country. Students view images of objects and pronounce them in German before painting a self portrait, labeling their face in German.
Como Es La Familia?
Eighth graders brainstorm for all music-related vocabulary, in the target language. They demonstrate a general understanding of the Soraya reading through the written and oral response to context-based questions.
Charles Baudelaire: The Poet of Sickness and Evil
Young scholars work in small groups to read, translate and discuss poetry by Charles Baudelaire. They use a graphic organizer to analyze the poems for Romantic elements and use their observations as a guide for class discussions and essays.