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Students strengthen academic skills by playing online games. In this online game lesson, students practice grammar skills, vocabulary, and make connections between English and Spanish. Students track progress on progress sheets.
Young scholars 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.
Have your Spanish speakers give museum tours with this interactive plan. To simplify this entertaining idea, bring in art pieces and create a gallery in your very own classroom. Provide the names of different works of art and have your class conduct research to prepare for the tour.
Apply knowledge of adding and subtracting decimals by using a Spanish food menu to simulate a real-world restaurant experience. Calculate the bill of various food items that are consumed and explore practice using spreadsheets.
Students give & follow directions given in Spanish, using oral, written and graphics. They use maps, globes, atlases, and remote sensing, GIS, and GPS to acquire and process information about places.
Me gusta! Spanish speakers discuss the food pyramid, their daily eating habits, and foods they like or dislike. Before exiting, provide learners with a short informal assessment to gauge vocabulary development.
Students explore the Cuban folktale, The Barking Mouse. In this folktales lesson, students read the tale and role play scenes from the book in both English and Spanish languages.
Students investigate the culture of Hispanic Americans and their gifts to the world. In this Hispanic Heritage lesson, students discover famous Latin Americans and identify the numerous Spanish speaking countries. Students collaborate in a group to write a biography of a famous Latino.
Students explore the Spanish language. They review their assessment task and rubric and play a card game. They draw cards containing instructions and phrases in Spanish and perform the instructions on the card in Spanish. They continue the game until all cards have been read and performed.
Foreign languages can enrich curriculum. Learning another language help students practice grammar skills and broaden their horizons.
Expressing that you like something in English is quite different from expressing that you like something in Spanish. Clarify gustar for your class with the information included here. Pupils can read the information on the webpage to find out how to say I like cookies, he likes the car, and they like videos. The information includes explanation on object pronouns and conjugation in relatively complex language.
Some Spanish learners believe the subjunctive is frightening. Help eradicate that fear by going into depth on when to use the present subjunctive. There are many different situations in which the subjunctive is used described here. You can create a reference page from the At a Glance page, use the presentation, or flip your classroom and have pupils access the information from home; the choice is yours how to use the different options provided in this resource.
Infinitives have multiple purposes. Introduce your Spanish class to the variety of ways to use infinitives other than simply conjugating them. Use the material and presentation included here to inspire and inform a lesson on infinitives. Pupils can learn to use infinitives as subjects, as objects of a verb, as objects of a preposition, in special expressions, and as impersonal commands. Accurate examples and explanations for each situation are provided.
Consider this online resource that includes accurate information about past participles for a reference material for your Spanish language, or as a source of inspiration for your own lesson. Beginning with a definition of past participle, the resource includes information and examples on how to form regular and irregular past participles, how to use past participles as adjectives, and, briefly, how past participles related to the perfect tenses.
Designing comic strips is an activity packed with fun and great potential for developing academic skills! From summarizing historical events or scenes in literature, to practicing expressions in a foreign language, this highly engaging app has a range of possibilities for classroom application and is sure to spark creativity and critical thinking among your learners!
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.
Are your Spanish speakers working on their pronunciation? The five rules for stress are included in this plan, and your class needs them! They are explained well, and examples are provided for each rule. Whether you choose to use this plan or not, at least print out these rules for your beginning speakers!
Students participate in a lesson that focuses on the concept of naming cities and other nouns in the Spanish language. An awareness of the value of learning Spanish is transmitted to them via classroom activities.
Spanish websites are used in this reading comprehension lesson. Spanish speakers gather information about Spanish-speaking countries using only a Spanish website. They discuss the strategies they use to comprehend difficult words.