Months of the Year in Spanish 2 Booklets - Los Meses del Año - Students first read and cut out the booklet that contains text and images. They then sketch and create their own version using the text only template. Each booklet contains 12 pages, one for each month of the year. Each page contains a month with a clip art image to represent the month. Examples of images are a flowers for May, sunshine and the beach for August, Day of the Dead ofrenda for October and Santa for December. Also included are suggestions for using the booklets and an assembly instruction page. The illustration version can be projected in class to present, review and practice pronunciation of the vocabulary. The text only version can be projected onto the Smart Board and students can draw pictures on the Smart Board that correspond to the text.
This powerpoint came from langaugesresorces.co.uk but I have added some of my own slides into it, as well as putting some audio in just to make this topic a bit more exciting for the students - please feel free to delete audio or put in your own!
MIRA - NO PUEDO - QUIERES SALIR - TENER QUE
- A lesson which can be used with the Mira Spanish textbook
- A power-point with a wide range of activities and a worksheet to go with it
- A role-play activity with challenge
- Tener que + infinitive grammar explanation
- Interactive resources with differentiation
- A splat game to practise the vocabulary
- A find the missing word game to work on the vocabulary
- The power-point could be used with mini-whiteboards to practise writing longer sentences
I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much.
This inductive grammar lesson leads students to discover the rules behind using verbs like gustar to express likes and dislikes in Spanish.
Students will follow a 4 step inductive process to make learning grammar more meaningful.
Step 1: Students will see examples of correct usage and create rules based on what they observe.
Step 2: Students will test those rules against additional examples of correct language usage.
Step 3: Students will make adjustments and additions to their rules based on more observations.
Step 4: Students will apply the rules while producing their own language.
These scaffolded activities promote higher order thinking skills and represent the method of grammar instruction that is recommended by national organizations like ACTFL.
This is a great way to get your students talking about the future. Children are curious about their future why not take advantage of it? Pretend you have the powers of a fortune teller, ask them to concentrate ( the more you create a show the better), then using these worksheets they can ask about their future... they could add their own questions or...