Un paquete de recursos para jóvenes escritores
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This Spanish product features 27 pages that can be used as students develop into writers throughout the year. The product can be put together in a binder, or stapled together packet or booklet-style.
Un paquete de listas para habilidades de lectura para lectura guiada
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This Spanish checklist pack includes one checklist for decoding strategies and one checklist for comprehension strategies. The two pages can be used together or separately. A blank template is
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 project includes:
This is a 2-day project (for 50 minute classes) that requires Spanish 1 students to demonstrate their understanding of prepositions of location with house furniture objects and they are guaranteed to love it! Students use their knowledge of prepositions of location to write questions and answers abo
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 prog
Un paquete de listas para la identificación de letras, sonidos, y números
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This Spanish checklist pack includes checklists for uppercase and lowercase letter names, letter sounds, and number (1-20) identification. The pages can be used together or separately.
This EDITABLE lesson is for intermediate / advanced high school Spanish is 100% in Spanish. It includes video clips, key Spanish vocabulary, discussion and writing prompts, and a classroom altar building activity, with rubric.
Students will explore what the holiday is all about, and then apply it to
This chart can be blown up to hang up in a classroom. It clearly helps students identify their current proficiency levels and identify how they can move up a level, to the next level of proficiency.
Based on ACTFL 2012 Guidelines.
The gray scale level can be given to students to help them monitor the
This is a 5-day (for 50-minute classes) unit that teaches days of the week, months of the year, and seasons so that students can state the date in Spanish, as well as what season each month falls into. This unit culminates in a project in which students make a 12-month calendar in Spanish. They lea
This is a 3-day project (for 50-minute classes) that is broken into two parts - first researching the cuisines of 3 different Spanish-speaking countries (Spain, Mexico, Peru), and then creating an authentic restaurant menu on powerpoint incorporating these foods. Students learn that most of the Span
This is a two-day unit to teach weather vocabulary in Spanish. The first day is a lesson with a classwork and the second day is a weather forecast project.
This unit includes:
-a powerpoint lesson
-a vocabulary sheet for students
-a classwork with listening, speaking,
This project has students create a board game from scratch to review everything they know in Spanish! 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 (Monop
This is a 3-day (for 50-minute classes) project for clothing and colors vocabulary. Students use manila folders, scissors, glue, colored pencils or markers, and fabric to clothe their own fashion models. They then write a paragraph in Spanish on what their model is wearing and also write about othe
This is a 3-day project (for 50-minute classes) that reinforces Spanish 1 clothing vocabulary as well as "cuesta/n" and numbers with seasons vocabulary. Students create their own "fashion magazine label" with clothing for all seasons on powerpoint. It could easily be modified to also include colors
Students create a 7-day weather forecast for a Spanish-speaking city of their choice. They are provided with clipart and they cut and paste clipart onto their final draft and they write a paragraph explaining the weather for each day.
There is an extension portion of the project too, so the teacher
How do you keep students accountable during centers?
Each day students check-off which centers they participate in and at the end of centers they reflect on the following areas:
-Did I get started right away?
-Did I stay in one spot?
-Did I work the whole time?
-Did I use voice level 0, 1, or 2?
Future bilingual real estate agents? With this project students present a tour of their house in Spanish (or a friend’s house, their dream house, etc.).
Two versions of the project are included:
#1 Video Project: Students use their phones or other recording devices to make a vide
Includes the following POSTERS:
* Yo escribo mi nombre.
* Yo escribo la fecha.
* Empiezo mi oracion con una letra mayuscula.
* Termino mi oracion con puntuacion.
* Puse espacios entre mis palabras.
* Mi escritura es atractiva.
* Mi oracion tiene sentido.
* Mi ilustracion coincide con mi o
Personal narrative prompts. Includes 12 different prompts with specific directions on what to include in writing. Excellent practice for STAAR writing. Includes a rubric for teacher and students to assess own writing.
12 writing prompts for personal narratives
Directions for 12 prompts tha
At the end of a unit, students should be able to communicate a certain amount of information. In this project, students will write a script in the target language, record themselves, make a "blabberize" video, and present it to the class!
This is a fun way for students to practice speaking in the ta
This is a thorough screener intended for predominately Spanish speaking students in grades 1st through 3rd grade. The screener is intended for use of a licensed bilingual speech language pathologist.
This Spanish screener provides you with data in the areas of expressive and receptive language.
This pack in Spanish. Teachers can use them for assessment data, RTI collection, and also to help students create and monitor their own goals and learning throughout the school year. Students can color in most of the sheets to monitor their progress and parents can easily read and understand where
This informal screener is the perfect tool to help you gather information about your student's expressive/receptive language and articulation. The screener is specifically designed for preschool and kindergarten Spanish speaking students. It includes colorful visual stimuli for each subcategory liste
Spice up your Spanish family lessons with this fun project in which students create a visual of their family tree and write a description of their family members in Spanish. Great way to develop and assess presentational writing skills.
This project is differentiated. It will work for any beginnin
This is a 3-day project in which students create a year-long calendar in Spanish, using days of the week, months of the year, and seasons vocabulary.
This zip file includes:
-a checklist for students
-a teacher's guide
-a calendar outline for this project
This project is
This project is perfect for French students who are learning the rooms of the house. Students write using reflexive verbs, so it is a great review and/or assessment for this structure. Plus, students have the choice of three projects to help teach a variety of learning styles! Entire docume
This is a 3-day project (for 50-minute classes), including a Rubric, Rough Draft, Example, and a Teacher's Guide. This project is designed to be completed on powerpoint, but could be easily modified for Photostory, another computer program, or even paper!
This is a project/ rubric for students to practice giving directions from their home to the school. I ask students to write the directions, draw and label a map, and then present to their directions and maps to the class in an oral presentation.
This product is designed to be made into a writing folder for individual student use. The inside of the folder should contain the 2 Success Criteria pages. The writing focus is a simple sentence. Ideal for Early Core French or Primary French Immersion journal writing.
With this video project, students pick a Spanish language pop song and then design, film, and edit their own Spanish music video to it.
Students can work alone or in groups up to 4, and for me it takes 10 days in class. The project develops technology skills, Spanish speaking (singing!) skills, and
If your French students are learning the names of places in the city, this is a great project to practice those terms while igniting their creativity.
Ma ville, a French city project, asks students to design their dream city, draw (or use a computer) to make a map (labeled in French), and to write 2
Trying to move from traditional assessments to performance-based assessments? This complete IPA (interim performance assessment includes a 3 tiered assessment with tasks for interpretive reading, interpretive listening, interpersonal speaking, and presentational writing modes of communication.
In this project, the student will create their own unique superhero to present to the class. The project reinforces the student's use of the verb "ser" with describing characteristics in Spanish. The .zip file includes requirements and a rubric!
This project could easily be adapted to be used in an
Intermediate / advanced high school Spanish students conduct an inquiry based learning project on Mexico Culture with this detailed project and rubric. All materials are 100% in Spanish, except the grading rubric, which is in English. Students select a topic about Mexican culture fr
This French advice columnist writing project using the subjunctive is an activity that I created so my AP students could practice writing structures using the subjunctive. There are 4 letters, all written to Amélie, who works for the advice column. Using the French subjunctive, the students choose
These speaking rubric cards are designed to record data from three speaking assessments for a single student. They can be used either as a formative assessment rubric or a summative assessment rubric. The file contains instructions for using the cards, and it contains two kinds of rubrics that can be
Great for Valentine's Day or any time, really. In this unit, students learn adjectives to describe people, then write, draw, and speak about their ideal partners.
Scaffolded activities are designed to slowly develop students' competency, culminating in a written composition and speaking activity. A
This project requires students to create a 6-box comic strip where they create a short conversation between two characters.
This project is ideal for after students have learned:
-cómo te llamas and its answer
-cómo estás and its answer
-various greetings and goodbyes
This is a starter composition for students to practice with using the verb + infinitive structure. There is a creative prompt for students and a detailed pre-writing worksheet to guide students through the process of writing a letter/essay. For teacher, there is a grading rubric included and compos
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This is a project that I designed for my students learning the preterit forms of verbs. They are writing about a vacation or dream vacation using the past tense of verbs. The instructions are very explicit and completely changeable for your classroom.
You can accommodate
20 guided paragraphs for beginning French will get your students writing paragraphs in no time! NO PREP for you!!! Save 20% by buying the bundle!
This bundle includes sets 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of my guided paragraphs. 3, 4, and 5 only available in this bundle.
Each topic includes a
Spanish 3 Food Project (Expresate Level 3, Chapter 4)
This PDF includes an explanation of the requirements for a written portion, a speaking portion, and the preparation of a recipe. The written and speaking portions use the preterite, the past progressive and the subjunctive (all
Early Core or Immersion French teachers will love this colourful writing folder checklist with the success criteria for writing a simple sentence. The 60 high frequency words and printing guide are to be glued on the outside cover of the folder with the checklist inside. Included are 2 sets of high f
To see a demo of this product, go to minute 1:13 of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7DlM3WFxG4
Imagine a real menu and waiter in your classroom. The waiter asks questions at your command, and your student answers each one, for both herself and a friend. You grade the student's performance on an e
Review project for the beginning of German 2. Students decorate a tissue box based on four themes. Great as a final project after grammar and vocabulary review! Students love decorating their own tissue box and seeing what their classmates put together. Also an easy and practical way to collect a
A simple writing rubric for Pre-K or the beginning of the year in Kindergarten. It is great for getting students to become great authors. It helps them to focus on their pictures (where most of the story is at first) and learning to add words to their stories through labeling or writing sentences. Ea
This project is designed to get students talking about various members of their family. In this project, which is meant to be done orally, students will speak about the following:
-introduce family members by name
-describe their physical appearance/personality
-tell their age
-tell about what they
(FRENCH) French handouts for students
Summative Task Social Studies Heritage and Citizenship Canadian Community Project.
This is a summative task for the NEW Social Studies Curriculum in Ontario on Heritage and Citizenship Canada past and present.
This project is geared for the grade 6 Ontario Soc
4 guided paragraphs for beginning French will get your students writing paragraphs in no time! NO PREP for you!!! This set is especially good for students just learning basic vocabulary and phrases.
Each topic includes a vocabulary list of helpful words and/or phrases that can be u
These mini posters feature a 4 point scale in kid friendly terms to help you talk with your students about expectations for projects and activities. Imagine you've ordered a taco....what do you hope to get? A "full taco" just the way you like it! If you've only gotten the tortilla or the tortilla and