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Students conduct Internet research on weather and weather conditions in South America. They read a weather report in Spanish, and answer worksheet questions on South American countries and their weather conditions.
In this online interactive geography quiz activity, students examine the chart that includes 20 languages. Students identify the names of the countries with the greatest number of native speakers in 4 minutes.
How many words does one have to know to become fluent in a langauge? If your Spanish language learners master these 35 verbs, they'll be well on their way to developing language. The Spanish word and its English translation are provided, but you have to match the two! Answers are provided.
Write a book using Spanish vocabulary after listening to the book La Casa Adormecida. Learners identify known vocabulary, match vocabulary from the book with visuals, and unscramble syllables discover words. Students write a new version of the story titled La Escuela Adormecida, focusing on the placement of adjectives and agreement.
There's not much to this one, but if you're looking for a quick way to assess the vocabulary development of your Spanish language learners, you're in luck. Match the sixteen clothing-related Spanish words to their English translations.
Find out what your Spanish pupils like and dislike with an oral presentation in the form of a video, poster, or PowerPoint. The assignment page provides requirements for the project in paragraph and checklist format. Pairs can use the project steps checklist and planning pages to draft their scripts and prepare for filming or presenting.
Give your Spanish language learners four options for demonstrating their understanding of the imperative. Class members create either a video or a PowerPoint presentation that includes 10 commands. The specifics of the commands necessary are detailed in each option. Three of the four options are partner- or group-oriented and one is individual, but could also be completed with a partner.
A great Spanish lesson is yours for the taking, it incorporates listening, reading, writing, and creating art all while exploring Spanish language and culture. In groups, learners create scrapbooks and dialogue that describes multiple aspects of their family and family life. This is a really great lesson.
High schoolers are introduced to the Spanish Royal Family. In groups, they practice pronouncing vocabulary about family members and compare their own family to the Royal Family. They also compare and contrast the concepts of representative democracy with a constitutional monarchy and use the internet to research controversial topics involving the Royal Family today.
Students explore Spanish missions. In this research skills lesson, students research Internet and print sources regarding the architecture, purposes, and functionality of Spanish missions.
Sixth grade students mentor third graders to create an "All About Me" presentation in Spanish. They design three slides in PowerPoint and compare their information to their classmates. At the end of the project, each pair presents their presentation to the entire class.
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.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 50 identification questions about world languages. Students have 5 minutes to complete the quiz.
Young scholars practice assessing the names of nine farm animals (la gallina, el gallo, el pollito, la oveja, el cerdo, el gato, el perro, el caballo, la vaca) and the sounds they make in Spanish. They interact with music, games and total physical responses within this lesson.
Students explore language arts by reading a story in class. For this Spanish culture lesson, students read the book In My Family and discuss the characters, plot and settings. Students analyze the voice in the story and write their own short stories based on a personal experience.
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.
Consider using this numbers worksheet as a pre-assessment to see how many numbers between 10-20 your Spanish language learners can identify. In one column are the words written in Spanish, and the scholars need to find their correct translations in the second column.
Students work on the Internet to listen, read, and practice writing in a foreign language. They focus on the use of idiom and humor in other languages.
There is a wealth of information provided here about direct and indirect object pronouns. Consider breaking these complex grammatical concepts into smaller chunks so that your Spanish language learners do not become overwhelmed. The At a Glance page provides an effective option for simplifying the material for student reference. Make sure to take a look at the presentation, which provides explanation and practice.
Students practice Spanish and English vocabulary. In this vocabulary lesson, students go to the scholastic website to play the games on "Maggie's Earth Adventure." This lesson contains the learning goals for several games on this site.