Hispanic Heritage Month
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with this interdisciplinary collection’s resources.
An amazing bundle of back to school goodies that will keep your students focused and engaged and provide end results parents and colleagues love to see.
Students learn interesting facts about famous people and famous Hispanics while playing this game.
This project is designed for students at any level of middle or high school Spanish to investigate the life of a famous Hispanic athlete, artist or musician.
I've created this packet of activities to help teach Spanish Idioms and also to encourage students to think critically about their own language.
Cultural lesson on Barcelona. Looks at things to see and do in Barcelona, revises past, present and future tenses, includes listening task and translation activity.
These activities will allow students to learn about the history and celebration on Mexican Independence Day while acquiring new vocabulary in the target language, strengthening reading skills, and using higher-order thinking skills.
This lesson is designed to take students in a Spanish III or higher class through the poem Me Gustas Cuando Callas by Pablo Neruda.
Brighten up your classroom, corridors, school reception area with these circle posters, featuring the country, capital and flag of each of the 21 countries where Spanish is the official language.