Spanish Vocablary Teacher Resources
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Learning Spanish Vocabulary Words Can Be Fun
Here are ways to help your students learn Spanish vocabulary using motivating activities.
El Cuerpo and Commands Vocabulary Games
Students study Spanish vocabulary words for body parts, and also study a number of action verbs. They participate in Total Physical Response by responding to teacher given commands. They play a number of games based on the vocabulary.
Spanish - Farm Animals
Students practice Spanish vocabulary words for body parts and animals.
State Parks: A Spanish Vocabulary Lesson
Ninth graders create a PowerPoint about state parks using Spanish vocabulary. In this Spanish lesson plan, 9th graders work in groups to research about area recreational facilities. Students use information collected on-line to create and present a slide presentation in Spanish about the state park.
Spanish for Kids: Animals
In just short of four minutes, music, cartoon images, and pictures help your youngest Spanish language learners memorize basic animal vocabulary. They learn gato, perro, pájaro, and pez with the help of two silly dinosaurs. This is a free video lesson, but you can subscribe to access more lessons.
Spanish Wordsearches: Computers
Integrate computer and technology vocabulary into your Spanish class with these twelve crossword puzzles. Easy, medium, and hard crossword puzzles are provided. Consider providing these to your learners after engaging them with this vocabulary.
Developing Reading and World Language Skills Through Spanish Literature
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.
Building Vocabulary With Digital Photos
Student develop basic Spanish vocabulary using digital photography. In this Spanish vocabulary lesson, students use digital photographs to make flash cards and presentations throughout the year as they learn new words. They show meaning through the pictures.
Spanish: Body Parts and Beyond
Learners drill on Spanish vocabulary words by participating in a card game. They use a list of teacher-prepared clues that are glued to cards. Later they apply these words to skits and dialogues about health issues.
La Ropa, Spanish Fashion Show
Students compare clothing and activities typical in America to that of Spain and Mexico, identify articles of clothing in teacher's suitcase and determine which decade they represent, repeat Spanish vocabulary words that are attached to articles of clothing, and work in groups to create and perform in Spanish fashion show.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage
Kindergarteners examine Hispanic culture in this lesson from Scholastic. They identify and describe things that represent Hispanic culture as part of a whole class discussion before moving to the computer to practice Spanish vocabulary using the Pinata Concentration Game. Finally, learners listen to seven Latino and Latina citizens discuss the importance of their Hispanic American heritage through the My Heritage activity.
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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.
Review Telling Time in Spanish
Review basic numbers before reviewing how to tell time in Spanish. First, language learners count from 1-15, and then they translate written time from Spanish into numbers and vice versa.
Season and Weather in Spanish
What is the weather like during the summer? Use this packet to introduce your class to weather vocabulary or as a quick review. They use pictures to describe the current weather conditions, and then they listen to an audio clip and identify which season is the subject. Note: the audio clip is not attached, so you'll need to create your own sentences. On the final page, they complete a weather report by finding the current temperatures for a few different locations. Answers are not included.
Body Parts in Spanish
Students use Spanish to recognize and recall body parts. In this Spanish anatomy lesson, students identify and name the parts of the body in Spanish. Students describe a person physically by his hair and color of eyes. Students graph physical differences in a chart and follow commands involving their body parts. Students distinguish between singular and plural forms in Spanish and write all the vocabulary in Spanish.
Explore writing sentences and using differnet sentence structures in the Spanish language. Analyze an excerpt from Christopher Columbus's journal and guess who wrote the entry. Write your own journal using Spanish vocabulary learned in class and the vocabulary presented.
Spanish Animal and Sounds
Students memorize the names of farm animals and the sound they make in Spanish. In this Spanish vocabulary lesson, students use total physical response, music and games to learn the names of nine farm animals and the sounds they make in Spanish.
An Oral Course for Students of Spanish
Students practice new Spanish vocabulary and participating in a dialogue with another student. In groups, they use the internet to pretend to buy an airplane ticket and make hotel reservations on a trip to a Spanish-speaking country. They participate in skits and role plays to order food at a restaurant and discover the various customs when it comes to food.
Spanish Lessons on Waste
Young scholars investigate waste. In this environmental lesson, students read a worksheet in both Spanish and English and share how they recycle at home. Young scholars are encouraged to use key vocabulary words from the worksheet such as "recycle" and "waste".