Fun Activity or Project, where students get a blank template included in this powerpoint of an Instagram post with a comments section. Includes directions for students to post a photo of a meal (or draw) create silly hashtags about the meal, and include comments from their peers using the IR+A (voy a comer...) structure that can easily be adapted for what you are working on in your unit. Students include the number of likes in Spanish as well, and makes for a great display in your classroom revolving around a food unit. NO PREP needed.
This is a full 60 minute lesson class about Spain - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Spain (music, food, major cities, sports) - and then gives students four rules about how Spaniards typically speak (z–> th, G & J). Students then listen to famous singers and soccer players (Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias) and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias- and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Spaniard accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic or fun drawings like Mr.Wonderful, using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
Help your students learn about Colombia in an authentic way with this no prep lesson/presentation/activity set! What’s included Powerpoint and guided notes on music, food, politics, culture, geography, slang words, and more! 3 edpuzzle videos, where students watch videos about Cali, Medellin, and Santa Marta and respond to questions. Edpuzzle automatically grades for you! Cloze lyric activity where students fill in the blanks to a famous Colombian singer (J Balvin) A video that helps students learn the steps to dance Salsa Calena :) Answer keys to the notes and cloze activity
No prep needed! In this worksheet there is a matching warmup, where students match the vocabulary from Soy una taza (the song --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AdJPY2Hf7U) Next, the students watch the video and fill in the lyrics to the song using the vocab from the warm up. Finally, I have students learn the dance and act out all the vocab. (my students are in middle school, even though the song is primary they love it!)
This is a DO NOW or warm up activity for Spanish class every day based on the food unit 3B from Realidades. I created memes to go with each day, and it increases in difficulty to complete each day, building up their vocabulary and written Spanish skills. Easy to modify if using a similar food unit, or a particular tense! I converted to microsoft word so you can edit it, so you might need to add one space to make it spilt exactly on two pages if you're not using pages - otherwise I've left it a pretty open template so that you don't need to change anything (kids fill in the date etc!)
Me Gusta and Vocab (Infinitives) Notes and guided practice. Includes an interview section where students ask each other what they like, and graph out the classes responses.
This resource includes an engaging Powerpoint embedded with games, videos, and activities for students learning adjectives in Spanish. The guided notes provided are in English, and the students write in Spanish. There a breaks for games where the students guess what photo is missing, like I spy, that describes an adjective they just learned (que falta). Also there are fun drawing activities and there is practice writing sentences. There is also a catchy song included with the main question “¿Cómo eres?” Included are… -guided notes -a quizlet study set -Power point/google slides
Fun listening, writing, and reading activity about adjectives. 4 audios are included where students check off the adjectives they hear (listen in spanish, check off in english). Then students draw the speakers based off of written descriptions, and then create their own description of an imaginary person and share with a partner. They then draw what they hear. Answer Key Included Adjectives focused on: trabajador, perezoso, fuerte, paciente, ordenada, simpático, amable, extrovertido, bajo, alto, guapo, gordo, delgado Physical descriptions: tiene ojos verdes/castaños/azules //moreno, rubio, castaño// pelo largo, corto, liso, rizado// tiene… barba, pecas, trenzas, gafas//
Want a way to engage your students in a student led project, that gives them a real final product that they can present in your school libraries and keep for years to come? This project gives students an outline of how to create their own Spanish book and become authors. This is perfect for reviewing main topics of Spanish 1-2 levels. The book outline has students review the following main concepts and information -basic introductions/descriptive adjectives -family vocabulary -food vocabulary -present tense and simple future tense (ir+a+infinitve) -school vocabulary -GUSTAR This includes: -A Google Slides presentation that goes through a few pages, models them, and gives students key words to help them write each page. -Warm ups for every day where students can edit other’s book pages, and use it to help write their own -A packet that guides students in writing 10 pages of a book -A peer edit packet that helps students revise other students work
Simple communicative activity where students go around and ask ¿Qué vas a comer para cena? ¿Dónde vas a comer? -- students then have a model that they use to respond, write their classmates answers down in the boxes, and they write their answers in the third person (VA a comer....) practicing IR + a + infinitivo/place and food vocab
This is a catchy reggaeton song that is clean, and has a clean video that students can watch. This activity comes with lyrics students can fill in, and background information on the artist.
This Poster has fun images to help students remember what key question words mean, you can enlarge this at a staples/etc or give it to the students as a handout. Por qué - the letter Y/ Why? Dónde - a werewolf/ Where? Cuándo - a venn diagram/ When? (venn/when) Cómo - howling wolf/ How? Quién - an owl/ Who? Cuál - a witch/ Which? Qué - a light bulb/ What? (watt*)
In order to get students working with responding to questions in Spanish, and in different forms (tú/yo/él/ella) this worksheet lays out an interview format for students to first respond to questions in the YO form, then ask a partner these questions in a TU form, and write down what their partner says in the ÉL/ELLA form. This is a great writing and speaking, and listening activity!
Infinitives warm up activity in Spanish, to get students thinking about what an infinitive is before working with new tenses. They organize the verbs into AR,ER, and IR - can easily be extended. Uses common verbs in Spanish
Includes 5 different fun activities for students to practice making questions at each level. Scaffolded by easy to more challenging to help students build to a creation level. Activities included (no prep!) -interviewing famous people worksheet -Warm up/Do Now - turning infinitives into questions -Personal interview sheet, responding to questions about their favorite things etc - Directions for a Communicative Activity between students and a partner - Project: Students will create a talk show where they interview people (famous, or friends etc), present to class
In this resource students are in charge of an advice column for an online website. They need to respond to other student's situations/problems and tell these students what they WOULD do in their situation. Provides an opportunity for students to read typical problems (I forgot my homework, I didn't study, stain on my sister's shirt) and respond in a realistic or funny way. At the end students can create their own problem, that classmates will respond to.
Have students learn by doing! Very minimum prep needed from teachers, and guides students with rubrics for self-directed learning - with genuine motivation as at the end of the projects students throw a quinceañera in class! Spilt class into three groups: Restaurant Group: Create the menus, organize the food to bring for the party, and serve the food (all in Spanish!) Great way to create an authentic ordering and serving Spanish conversation Invitation Group: Create the invites for the party to hand out to students and adults, also the option for a second project addition of making games and decorations, Dance Group: Create a dance choreography to bachata for the quinceañera - includes a playlist of videos for your students to learn from. Example videos from my classroom. Speeches for mother and father of the quince girl. Includes: -3 group project rubrics -A Powerpoint including a video, notes, writing prompts, and an outline for your quinceañera in class -Bachata Dance videos
This Guided Practice Walks students through practicing Spanish cooking vocabulary used from this Quizlet. https://quizlet.com/246899237/cooking-vocabulary-flash-cards/ It goes from easy to more difficult. First students match vocabulary, then use a word bank to fill in an authentic patatas bravas recipe from Spain, then they write full sentences in spanish (translate) and then respond to a question to connect them to the vocabulary in Spanish. If they finish early there is a small drawing vocab activity and a way that students can rate themselves as an exit ticket with the vocab.
This is a reading that mirrors cinderella but with a girl who wants to Salsa Dance and using present tense verbs. This provides an original text and questions for each day of the week as a "do now" or easily adapted as an in class activity.