Each containing specific resources for teaching Spanish to Elementary students. Have students make a with the form endings written on each of the four flaps and examples of Spanish adjectives with endings under each flap. Teachers please feel free to use these Spanish teaching resources, but we ask that you respect the copyright and footer information of all of them. To connect all three classes in activities and events. We also participate in other affiliate advertising programs for products and services we believe in. You can read about tech integration in the.
Be honest: When was the last time you frantically searched the web for ideas you could cobble together for a last-minute lesson? Districts may also use these materials to facilitate training of teachers. Packet contains 4 different worksheets. Hello Emilia, I looked for your email address but was unable to find it, so forgive me for using the comment section to touch base with you. I always appreciated looking over and stealing borrowing that other. Colored popsicle sticks 5-6 per student. Auditory: Read a descriptive that includes some Spanish adjectives.
The examples provided below may serve as a guide for educators whose districts are asking them to develop goals for their area of expertise. This could also be a good place to add in some space for evaluation to find out if students truly understood the topic. Have them label the body parts mentioned in the song and then write the sequencing words to describe the order of the song, e. Then call out adjectives that students might use to describe different pictures they drew or found—e. This is a simple task that helps the brain visualize the words for future recall.
We will rotate between Video Lessons and the On-Your-Own Homework throughout the year. Get yourself organized so you know what you need to prepare to pull your class off without a hitch. I started sharing my teaching materials in 2009 when I took time off work to be with my children. Call out the meaning of a new word and see which student can slap the correct word with their swatter first. S ome are follow — along.
List a few activities that help your students grasp your objective and practice. Then call out a variety of regular -ar ending conjugated verbs and have students raise the correct stick in the air in response. Give students 1-2 minutes to write as many -ar ending verbs as they can on a piece of paper. You can also connect with me on , , and. And maybe they helped you cut down your lesson planning time, too. Not only did I find new activities, but I started formulating my own idea of. Below is a checklist you can use when putting together your own lesson plans or converting others for use in your classroom.
I would love to be included in your blog line up if that would be possible. Then have them brainstorm ideas for a short story and organize the ideas into the sections on their paper. Give them an instruction sheet that tells them what color of card should cover which number. Paper folded into four sections for writing a story. Then it can really feel hectic.
Videos, games, stories, songs and more. The resources below represent the most current best practices being implemented throughout schools in New Jersey. Elementary Spanish as presented by Carol Henderson on SchoolhouseTeachers. Give students a sheet of paper and have them draw a quick stick figure. You can refer to the Video Lesson to correct your Homework! There is also a quick start guide that can be used for guidance.
Have students write the subjects on each stick e. Have the students brainstorm a sequence of events such as their morning routine and have them act out the sequence. Have students take turns giving directions using location prepositions to direct their small group members where each color should go. One best practice is to take a and include activities for the visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners in your class. Filled with creative ideas to try out in the Elementary Spanish classroom. Click on each letter to find the printable poster.
It comes with answer key. As students are listening, have them raise their hand every time they hear an adjective used. Call out a subject + verb in English e. Names of objects are in Spanish. Match the word with the image. The boxes should be big enough to write the new word and. Underneath each of the four flaps, write an example of a Spanish word with that specific adjective ending.
The answers to the weekly worksheets are found in the videos, so it is possible to correct the worksheets with the information in the video. Blessings, and enjoy our course! Students practice the alphabet and simple vocab related to it. Introduce endings and fill out a. Hover over the animals to see the activities. Have students write each new word three times, each time in a different color.