Students create their own 'Facebook' profile page that describes themselves in Spanish. This 'perfil' will include students writing about themselves, giving: name, origin, birthdate, favorite activities, hobbies, movies, tv shows, comments from 'friends' and more.
Includes list for common vocabulary/terminology used by Facebook
3 Files in a zipped folder:
1 PDF Project Description (includes common facebook vocabulary) Students can create their project about themselves or create one for a famous Hispanic.
-1 PDF of Facebook Templates [Profile and Newsfeed] (Boxes set up so students to fill in their own information)
-1 2010 Microsoft Word document Template [Profile and Newsfeed] (.docx) Same as pdf, but editable. You can put on School's Student server and have your students edit it or type their answers.
This projects makes a great review of descriptions that students learn in Spanish 1 and also an easy activity that a sub could do in class. Easy lesson plan. Use in case of emergency with sub or implement into your level 1 or early level 2 class. You can even use this in higher levels with 'past participle" tense.
This purchase only includes 1 teacher license. May be used for students in the classes of that teacher. Additional licenses must be bought for other teachers' classroom use.
I used this activity as a "while you wait" after a test. My students really seemed to click with it. They seemed to enjoy learning the different electronic language in Spanish. It's a great activity to encourage independent writing.
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