This 58 page EDITABLE Spanish Commands Verb Packet (Los Mandatos) is an excellent and thorough tool that includes grammar notes, guided practices, and assessments for all types of commands including formal, informal, singular, and plural commands - tu, vosotros, usted, nosotros, usteded commands Th
Students will view the stop-motion video by Logan K., a high school student (music: Chick Correa). After conjugating the commands (the teacher can decide whether to use the informal or formal commands), they write out the recipe frame-by-frame.
Level: Spanish 2 or above
Grammar: Formal commands, i
Fun project where students must use commands in context! Students work together in groups of 2 or 3 and create and film their own cooking show in Spanish! Los estudiantes buscan y seleccionan una receta de comida típica de un país de habla hispana. Included in this resource:*Instructions for the pro
Looking for a way for your students to practice their reading abilities? Your students will enjoy practicing Spanish with this challenging yet comprehensible reading about Samuel who wants to make his sister's favorite recipe for her birthday. Samuel enlists his grandmother to help, but unfortunatel
This 15 slide Powerpoint teaches about the Spanish Paella using simple Spanish. Included is a cooking video on Paella spoken in Spanish from Spain. To see the video you can click on the picture of the paella that tells you its a hyperlink if the embedded video slide does not play.
The first 5 ask students to write sentences for irregular tú command verbs. Then there is a grid that students fill out with cooking verbs: the English translation, the command in the tú form, and the command in the Uds. formI also have this resource as an editable Word Document.
The first 5 ask students to write sentences for irregular tú command verbs. Then there is a grid that students fill out with cooking verbs: the English translation, the command in the tú form, and the command in the Uds. formI also have this resource as an PDF.
Students showcase creativity by translating a fun poem, then writing original commands for taking classes in school, giving directions on the street, and preparing a special snack in the kitchen. Demanding students dominate common Spanish expressions for practical life skills.
Use this rubric to get your students presenting using subjunctive tense and commands of any kind. In Word format, so this is easy for you to edit and make your own or adjust to fit your students' needs.
The kids have a blast with this cooking project as they are the hosts of their own cooking shows. They must research a typical dish from a Spanish-speaking country, then show and tell how to make it on a recorded video.
Students must speak Spanish, use vocabulary words from the food chapter, use
This 4-page file includes:~A fun reading where students learn to recognize tú command forms by way of a recipe for cooking! Pedro and his girlfriend are trying a new recipe from her grandmother. This reading also includes a lot of food vocabulary. ~The same reading in the Ud. command form. ~A works
This project is for any level Spanish class during the "La Comida" food unit. This handout provides an example of a recipe in Spanish, using basic food vocabulary for ingredients and requires the student to create a recipe (in Spanish) describing how to make their favorite meal. The handout provid
Includes TWO presentations! One in SPANISH and the other in ENGLISH!An authentic cooking lesson great for your FOODS unit! In each 17 slide PowerPoint presentation, a Spanish chef takes you step by step through the process of cooking a Spanish Tortilla from start to finish, just like his mother us
With this EDITABLE worksheet, students practice understanding and forming regular informal affirmative commands in relation to chores and cooking around the house. Answer key is included.See also:Spanish 10 Commandments Informal Commands Partner Project and ActivitySpanish Recipe Project for Food an
Want to get your students speaking more? Would you like to find more ways to combine vocab, grammar, and culture together into one lesson? With this activity, students watch a video from a cooking show in Spain. They watch the potato tortilla being made, write down the steps using formal commands
A fun video activity to have your students learn about the ingredients and preparation of the Cuban dish congrí, with accompanying listening comprehension activities! Students watch and listen to the cooking video and complete the following:Answer pre-viewing questionsMake a list of words/phrases th
Click here for a video preview of Comic Strips! Activity Information:Comic strips are an awesome writing activity or sub plan! Each one is a little different, but they all ask students to respond to a unit-aligned prompt that requires writing in Spanish using the target vocabulary and grammar skills
Click here for a video preview of Vocabulary Activity Bundles!Activity Information:This bundle is full of activities that review Spanish vocabulary related to cooking and food preparation. It is intended for intermediate Spanish and incorporates affirmative and negative tú commands, which correlate
Looking for a way for your students to practice their reading abilities? Your students will enjoy practicing Spanish with this challenging yet comprehensible reading about Mirabella who wants to celebrate her birthday in the great outdoors with her parents. Unfortunately, Mirabella does not have the
Ready-to-go task for viewing a ~2.5 minute video from Youtube channel "Las recetas de MJ."It is fun to start by asking students to describe "tortilla" to you in Spanish...see what they say! Then, this activity begins with a checklist for the ingredients and kitchen tools needed. The main part consis
End of the year party for Spanish students - Salsa Throwdown
My Spanish 2 students are so excited for this! This would be an appropriate project for Spanish 1, too, and you could adapt it to work for Spanish 3.
The kids are having a "Salsa Cook-off" where they all prepare their salsas at home ove
This project allows students to integrate the grammar, vocabulary, and culture of Spanish into a cooking project.The project allows students four options of how to show their mastery of commands: creating a cooking video, filming a scene from a restaurant, creating a flyer, or a Google map of restau
This project is AMAZING for upper level Spanish students who have learned commands! I give this project after my students have learned informal commands (you can easily change it to formal if you prefer), recipe vocabulary, and about Hispanic foods (I focus on Spanish tapas). In this project, studen