Spanish Time {¿Qué hora es?} Word Wall & Bulletin Board Set

Spanish Time {¿Qué hora es?} Word Wall & Bulletin Board Set

This bulletin board set or word wall is designed to decorate a Spanish classroom with times. These strips can be laminated and posted on a chalkboard or a bulletin board for students to refer to. Each time has a clock illustrating it. This document is a PDF. This bulletin board set includes times on every 5 minutes - 144 times in total. The :15 times use "cuarto", the :30 times use "media", and the :35-:55 times use "menos". The question "¿Qué hora es?" is also included. Each strip measures 4.25" x 11". Each phrase has clipart to illlustrate what it means.
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Spanish Dream House Floor Plan Project

Spanish Dream House Floor Plan Project

This is a 3-day project (for 50-minute classes) where students create their own "Dream House" floor plan. They use an internet website that creates floor plans for free, is user-friendly, and allows them to label all their rooms and furniture in Spanish. Students can have fun with a floor plan program, while also demonstrating their understanding of rooms of the house and furniture vocabulary. A Rubric and Checklist for the project, directions for students for how to create their floor plans, graph paper for rough drafts, and a Teacher's Guide with suggestions and instructions on how to ensure each student is successful are all included. This project could be modified to include extra vocabulary (chores or anything else house-related) and could also be used for another language!
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Spanish De Donde Eres Lesson

Spanish De Donde Eres Lesson

This lesson includes everything you need to teach a lesson on ¿de dónde eres?, ¿de dónde es usted?, ¿de dónde es él? and ¿de dónde es ella?. There is a drill, powerpoint that teaches the four questions and answers, vocabulary sheet for students to refer to, classwork that includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities, listening script, homework, exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys are provided. Please note that this lesson is only for the singular forms of SER - nosotros and ellos/ellas are not included. The Vocabulary sheet and the Homework are non-editable PDFs to preserve the clipart. All the other documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The possible places students can be from on the classwork can be changed to fit an appropriate geography. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. Activities include: -listen for where people are from and mark off what you hear on your paper -group speaking activity: ask classmates where they are from -write where classmates are from -read a short paragraph and answer questions in English about it -whole class speaking activity: walk around the room and ask other students where they and others are from with answers prompted -writing activity: write sentences out stating where people are from Students should already know "cómo te llamas", "¿cómo estás?", various greetings and goodbyes, and be familiar with the difference between tú and usted, This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
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Spanish Classroom Expressions Posters

Spanish Classroom Expressions Posters

This document is a 26-page PDF with 26 common classroom phrases in Spanish for students to refer to throughout the year. Six phrases have a picture to illustrate their meaning and the rest have an English translation in small text. The Spanish phrases are in font size 150 so students can read the phrases from the back of the room. These pages can be printed, backed with colorful construction paper, laminated, and posted on the walls for students to see. Phrases include: -No entiendo -Tengo una pregunta -¿Puede ayudarme? -Frases completas -No estoy listo/lista -Repita por favor -¿Cómo se dice...? -Escriba(n) -Lea(n) -Copie(n) -Saque(n) -¡Empezamos! -¿Preguntas? -Perdón -Gracias -De nada -¿Qué significa ___? -No sé -Lo siento -Necesito papel -Necesito un lápiz -¿Puedo sacarle punta a mi lápiz? -¿Puedo ir al baño? -¿Puedo ir a la enfermera? -¿Puedo ir a tomar agua? -Levanta la mano.
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Spanish Chores Lesson

Spanish Chores Lesson

This lesson includes everything you need to teach a lesson on chores vocabulary in all forms (yo, tú, él/ella, nosotros, ellos/ellas). There is a drill, powerpoint that teaches questions (¿qué haces en casa?, ¿qué hace él/ella en casa?, ¿qué hacen ustedes en casa?, and ¿qué hacen ellos en casa?) with 11 chores, a vocabulary sheet, a verb conjugation sheet for students to refer to, classwork that includes listening, reading, and writing activities, a listening script, a homework, an exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys and a picture key are provided. This lesson also includes family vocabulary and rooms of the house vocabulary, which students should already know. All the documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. Chores Vocabulary includes: -cortar el césped -hacer la cama -sacar la basura -limpiar -cocinar -lavar los platos -lavar la ropa -sacudir los muebles -pasar la aspiradora -arreglar -cuidar a (Pepito, al hermano, etc) Activities include: -listen as you hear what chores various people do and mark the chore you hear -read sentences and choose the chore being described -read a short paragraph and answer questions about what chores she and her family members do -answer questions about what chores you and others do, using pictures as prompts -write a short paragraph about what chores you and your family members do This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
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Spanish Clothing Fashion Magazine Project

Spanish Clothing Fashion Magazine Project

This is a 3-day project (for 50-minute classes) that reinforces Spanish 1 clothing vocabulary as well as "cuesta/n" and numbers with season vocabulary. It could easily be modified to also include colors! Students create their own "fashion magazine label" with clothing for all seasons on powerpoint. This bundle includes a rubric, vocabulary clipart so students can remember all their vocabulary, a template powerpoint for the teacher to copy for each student, and a Teacher's Guide with suggestions and instructions for how to ensure each student achieves success. Students will have fun searching for clothing they like on the internet, while also demonstrating their understanding by writing sentences describing their models! This project could be expanded to include extra vocabulary or modified for another language!
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Spanish Direct Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Tense

Spanish Direct Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Tense

This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on direct object pronouns with the present tense. There is a drill, powerpoint, a notes page for students to follow along with the powerpoint, a classwork with 4 writing activities, an exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys are included. The powerpoint teaches what the direct object pronouns are in English, and then in Spanish. Then there are sentences for students to practice rewriting sentences substituting the direct object with its pronoun. The notes page has blanks in it for students to follow along with the powerpoint. All the documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. Activities include: -write the direct object pronoun for given nouns -identify the direct object and write the pronoun -rewrite sentences, substituting the direct object with its pronoun -translate sentences with direct object pronouns This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
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Spanish Possessive Adjectives Lesson

Spanish Possessive Adjectives Lesson

This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on possessive adjectives. It includes the verbs necesitar, tener, and querer, as well as family vocabulary and school supplies vocabulary. There is a drill, powerpoint that teaches what possessive adjectives are, where they go, what they are in Spanish, and provides practice translations, a notes page for students to fill in while viewing the powerpoint and refer to, classwork that includes many writing activities, an exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys are provided. All the documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. Activities include: -multiple choice - choose the correct possessive adjective to fill in the blank -fill in the blank with the correct possessive adjective -multiple choice - choose the correct Spanish translation for each English phrase -read a sentence with incorrect possessive adjective, then identify and correct the wrong possessive adjectives -translate the possessive adjectives in a phrase into Spanish -translate phrases with possessive adjectives into Spanish This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
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Spanish 1 Final Project

Spanish 1 Final Project

Looking for a final project for your Spanish 1 students? This project provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate understanding on a variety of topics in any Spanish 1 curriculum and allows them to write about their favorite topic - themselves! This zip folder includes a rubric outlining each sentence students must write, a rough draft, and a Teacher's Guide with suggestions for how to guide students through the project. This project was originally created for a curriculum used with Expresate!, but each document is a Word file, so they can be edited for any curriculum or even another language. This project requires students to write a story including their name, how old they are, a description with adjectives, what they like to do, classes they have and what they need for school, who they live with, describing family members, chores they have to do, what they like to eat, daily routine activities, and what they wear in each season. I have students create this project on paper, however this could easily be done on powerpoint or another format.
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Spanish Double Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Tense

Spanish Double Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Tense

This lesson includes everything you need to teach a lesson on double object pronouns with the present tense. There is a drill, powerpoint, a notes page for students to follow along with the powerpoint, a classwork with 4 writing activities, an exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys are included. The powerpoint reviews what direct and indirect object pronouns are, and then shows how they both work together. Then there are sentences for students to practice rewriting sentences substituting the direct and indirect objects with their pronouns. The notes page has blanks in it for students to follow along with the powerpoint. All the documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. Activities include: -fill in the blank with the indirect object pronoun in double object sentences -choose the correct sentence that rewrites the double object pronouns -identify the direct and indirect objects in a sentence and then rewrite the sentence with their pronouns -translate sentences to Spanish with both object pronouns This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
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Spanish Indirect Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Tense

Spanish Indirect Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Tense

This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on indirect object pronouns with the present tense. There is a drill, powerpoint, a notes page for students to follow along with the powerpoint, a classwork with 6 writing activities, an exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys are included. The powerpoint teaches what the indirect object pronouns are in English, and then in Spanish. Then there are sentences for students to practice rewriting sentences substituting the indirect object with its pronoun. The notes page has blanks in it for students to follow along with the powerpoint. All the documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. Activities include: -write the indirect object pronoun for given people -identify the indirect object in a sentence and then write its pronoun -choose the correct sentence with the indirect object pronoun -correct the errors in sentences with indirect object pronouns -rewrite sentences, changing the indirect object to its pronoun -translate sentences, changing the indirect object to its pronoun This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
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Board Game Project

Board Game Project

This is a bundle of 3 Word documents including a rubric, peer group evaluation form, and board game evaluation form for students to evaluate other groups' board games. The rubric includes a checklist of everything students need to do to complete their project, an outline of group roles, and suggestions for students to consider as they develop their board game. Students are required to create a board game with questions in Spanish - any questions about anything they have learned! They can create their own board game, or borrow the format of another (Monopoly was quite popular). My 8th grade students spent 6 50-minute class periods creating their games and playing them and they had a blast! They used file folders, card stock, construction paper, computer paper, colored pencils, glue, index cards, and lots of creativity! This project could easily be modified for any language or level!
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Spanish 1 Warm-ups & Bell Ringers:  130

Spanish 1 Warm-ups & Bell Ringers: 130

This is a powerpoint of 130 Spanish 1 warm-ups (bell ringers, bell work, etc) that cover a variety of topics. There is a Table of Contents at the beginning with hyperlinks to the topics in the powerpoint to prevent too much scrolling. Slides are grouped and color-coded by topic to make them easy to find. Each slide has 4-6 questions on it in different formats. Formats of warm-ups: questions to answer unscramble the words to make logical sentences fill in the blank matching categorizing words translate to English Topics: Introductory Info El, la, los, las Numbers, Days, Months Time Adjectives Gustar -AR, -ER, -IR verbs Ser, Ir, Querer, Tener Stem-changing verbs Ser vs Estar Weather Possessive and Demonstrative Adjs La Familia Affirmative Tu commands Reflexive Verbs Misc. Vocabulary The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx.
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Spanish Alphabet Unit

Spanish Alphabet Unit

This 5-day unit for the Spanish alphabet contains classwork assignments for the first 2 days, a vocabulary handout, listening scripts, drills for each day, and a culminating project with a rubric, an example, and a rough draft handout. Each lesson contains detailed plans. This unit incorporates a variety of technology (including the link to a great song on youtube that students will not be able to get out of their heads) and the project uses powerpoint. The classwork assignments include listening, speaking, and writing sections each day. Answer keys are included. Students will learn all 30 letters of the Spanish alphabet, how to spell their names in Spanish, how to spell vocabulary words they have already learned, sound discrimination, and they will get a preview of Spanish 1 vocabulary during their Alphabet book project. There are 22 pages in total -7 pages of lesson plans -11 pages for students -3 pages of answer keys -1 page for the cover
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Spanish 1 Exit Tickets:  145

Spanish 1 Exit Tickets: 145

This is a powerpoint of 145 Spanish 1 exit tickets that cover a variety of topics. Exit tickets are a great tool to quickly assess students' understanding of the day's lesson on their way out the door. These exit tickets could also be used as warm-ups (bell ringers, bell work, etc). There is a Table of Contents at the beginning with hyperlinks to the topics in the powerpoint to prevent too much scrolling. Slides are grouped and color-coded by topic to make them easy to find. Each slide has 4-6 questions on it in different formats. Formats of exit tickets: questions to answer fill in the blank multiple choice categorizing words write out the sentences write the correct form of the word translate to Spanish Topics: Introductory Info El, la, los, las & de Indefinite Articles Numbers, Days, Months Time Adjectives Possessive & Demonstrative Adjectives Gustar -AR, -ER, -IR verbs Stem-Changing verbs Irregular Verbs Tener & Tener Idioms Ir Ser vs Estar Reflexive Verbs Affirmative Tú Commands Weather Classes & School Vocabulary Clothing & Colors La Familia Body Parts The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx.
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Spanish 2 Exit Tickets:  84

Spanish 2 Exit Tickets: 84

This is a powerpoint of 84 Spanish 2 exit tickets that cover a variety of topics. Exit tickets are a great tool to quickly assess students' understanding of the day's lesson on their way out the door. These exit tickets could also be used as warm-ups (bell ringers, bell work, etc). There is a Table of Contents at the beginning with hyperlinks to the topics in the powerpoint to prevent too much scrolling. Slides are grouped and color-coded by topic to make them easy to find. Each slide has 4-6 questions on it in different formats. Formats of warm-ups: questions to answer fill in the blank multiple choice categorizing words write out the sentences write the correct form of the word translate to Spanish Topics: Spanish 1 review reflexive verbs present progressive ser vs estar gustar possessive & demonstrative adjectives saber vs conocer por vs para tener idioms direct & indirect object pronouns affirmative & negative tú commands preterite imperfect preterite vs imperfect The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx.
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