Spanish 2 Teacher Resources
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In this D'Nealian handwriting: English and Spanish numbers 1-15 worksheet, students say the number, trace the numeral and the number word and write the number word in English and Spanish from 1-15.
High schoolers are engaged in using foreign languages in meaningful situations. They encounter a deeper sensitivity of cultural differences as they question how using multimedia technology enhances the learning experience and delivery of instruction.
In this foreign language worksheet, students locate 29 words they may have studied in the beginning levels of Spanish. Students may self correct their word searches by selecting the link at the end of the page.
In this foreign language worksheet, students locate 32 words on a word search. Each of the words is from the beginning of the second year of Spanish class.
¿Quíen tiene la camiseta? Here's a fun, interactive activity using real pieces of clothing to teach and review new vocabulary. Get all of your young learners participating with this one!
Watch the video, La Catrina, before reading the text as a class and translating Spanish to English. As students read the book, they practice Spanish pronunciation, develop Spanish vocabulary, and complete extension activities to reinforce their understanding of the text.
Students examine the paintings of Dali and Velazquez and write about the physical characteristics, colors, and shapes of the works. They describe their paintings orally in Spanish.
There is rich symbolism behind a country's flag. Have your Spanish speakers research a country's flag and inquire about its symbolism. Then, to prepare for their presentation, each learner could find a way to visually represent their country's flag using materials of their choosing.
Fourth graders use five minutes to interview each other in Spanish and fill in their worksheet. At the end, 4th graders, in pairs, present each other in Spanish to the class.
In these weather worksheets, students complete a graphing activity for rainy and sunny weather. Students then read the sentences about weather in English and Spanish and cut out the weather symbols to paste in the correct box.
Students prepare for a trip to an aquarium by identifying otters, their body parts and behaviors as they read "Pup's Supper", do an otter pantomime and make a puppet. After their field trip, they complete a Venn Diagram of Otter behaviors.
In this saving lives worksheet, students read a passage about a lifeguard saving lives, answer short answer questions, answer true and false questions, and more. Students complete 8 activities.
What time is it? Review telling time in Spanish with your Spanish language class. On the first page, learners review the terms for quarter after, half after, and quarter before. Then, on the second and third pages, they practice phrasing the time in Spanish (when given numbers), and then writing the numerical time (when given the time in Spanish). The final page appears to be from a different publisher, and it contains similar review activities.
Provide your ESL or ELA pupils with some skills practice for identifying various kinds of pronouns. Comprised of 40 problems and broken into four parts, pupils first underline all the pronouns in each sentence, then identify them as personal, reflexive, intensive, demonstrative, relative, indefinite, or interrogative. Concepts covered here are advanced, so this resource would only be appropriate for secondary level students.
Students view pictures in their Spanish textbooks, discuss and listen to selection of Latin music, and read textbook passage to answer true/false questions about origins of bomba and plena. Students then practice Latin-style dance moves, choose type of music/dance to research, and create children's book to share with elementary students.
In this science worksheet, students read sentences about the weather. Each sentence is presented in English and Spanish. Students cut out the weather symbols and paste them into the box that matches them. Students draw a picture to match the sentence, "It is a warm and sunny day. Es un dia tibio y soleado."
Eighth graders examine the linguistic and cultural impact of the Arabic language and Islamic culture on the Spanish language. They analyze and label maps, listen to and differentiate between Spanish and Arabic music, and compare and contrast modern Eastern and Western popbmusic with traditional flamenco music and modern pop fusions.
High schoolers conjugate Spanish verbs in the preterit tense. They repeat words back to the teacher, write and present sentences, and create a preterit cube, rolling the cube and conjugating are, er, and Ir verbs in the preterit tense.
Twelfth graders examine Korean history and culture. In this Asian history lesson, 12th graders discuss the effects of the Japanese occupation of Korea. They research literature from the time period and compose written responses based on the experience of having their whole cultural identities stripped away suddenly, as in the case of the Koreans. They create another essay response based on the events of the period.
Is there anything better than chocolate? This series of cross-curricular lessons lays out five to seven days of a study on chocolate. Over these days, learners watch video clips about how chocolate is made, compose poems and legends, complete a map and timeline of the history of chocolate, and interact directly with chocolate. Complete with short informational texts, options for evaluation, and extensions, this unit could be used as is or altered to suit your classroom needs.