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This bundle includes all 3 sets of my Frase de la Semana EDITABLE Spanish phrase posters. Incorporating a “phrase of the week” into your Spanish class this year will push your students to learn useful phrases that aren't always taught by traditional textbooks. I share some of my favorite ways to use
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4th - 12th, Adult Education
These EDITABLE posters make it easy to incorporate a “phrase of the week” into your Spanish class this year. Push your students to learn useful phrases that aren't always taught by traditional textbooks. I share some of my favorite ways to use these on this blog post. Phrases include, for example:
By popular demand... this is a second set of EDITABLE Spanish phrase posters for all year. Incorporating a “phrase of the week” into your Spanish class this year will push your students to learn useful phrases that aren't always taught by traditional textbooks. I share some of my favorite ways to us
By more popular demand... this is a third set of EDITABLE Spanish phrase posters for all year. Incorporating a “phrase of the week” into your Spanish class this year will push your students to learn useful phrases that aren't always taught by traditional textbooks. I share some of my favorite ways t
47 common Spanish expressions (with pictures!) which can be used as a word wall or phrase of the week. Great way to help students stay in the target language. Also a great way to aid in comprehensible input during class time! Some examples of expressions are: "I'm not sure, have a good day, hurry
This includes three lists, separated by level of Spanish, of 36 key phrases that Spanish students will need and want to learn to actually SPEAK the language. The Spanish 1 list includes common phrases they can begin using immediately and is limited to only the present tense. The Spanish 2 list is
Grades:
1st - 12th
Here are 36 phrase of the week posters for the Spanish classroom. There are high frequency phrases/structures such as "pienso que" as well as colloquial phrases such as "te estoy tomando el pelo". English translations are provided. There are 6 different designs, meant to be used together in a wor
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K - 12th
This is a list of 36 idioms that Spanish 3 students will have fun using as they further explore the language and try to sound like native speakers. These are phrases that are usually not explicitly taught by our curriculums or textbooks, but that we try to incorporate into our classes as we develop
Grades:
1st - 12th
This is a list of 36 key phrases that Spanish 1 students will need and want to learn to actually SPEAK the language. These are phrases that are usually not explicitly taught by our curriculums or textbooks, but that we try to incorporate into our classes as we develop real speakers of Spanish. I g
Grades:
1st - 12th
33 Spanish phrases to practice each week! Include popular phrases, thematic phrases, and holidays. Great for dual language classrooms! (It's part of my morning routine)
Grades:
PreK - 12th
Present a new Spanish phrase at the start of each week and watch your students' proficiency increase! Download these 30 visually appealing posters with phrases of the week such as "Estoy de acuerdo", "Buena suerte", and "dígame".
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education
Frase de la semana para reforzar el vocabulario social.* 48 poster to display on tabletop menus.* 48 mini cards.
This is a list of 36 key phrases that Spanish 2 students will need and want to learn to actually SPEAK the language. For this level, the phrases are a little more complex and uses several different tenses. Some of the phrases could also be adapted to allow students to choose the tense they would l
Grades:
1st - 12th
Spanish Basic Phrases Days of the week - worksheet review questions overview
Grades:
3rd - 5th
This is a sign to display near wherever you post your Spanish phrase of the week.
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7th - 12th
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This back to school packet is full of the best Spanish activities and resources to start the year off right! It's perfect for the first week of school for Spanish teachers, Bilingual teachers, or ESL teachers with large Hispanic populations.1) Choose your Spanish name: 300+ names (girls/boys) for ki
Grades:
4th - 12th
You get the whole complete alphabet emergent books. You can use the books weekly with the letter of the week. The phrases in these books are simple and geared towards the beginning of the year. I had kids highlight the high frequency words in these books and circle the letter of the week in the p
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PreK - 1st
This week-long Spanish Mini-Lesson is perfect for your beginner spanish speakers! It is designed for ANYONE to teach it, even those with no Spanish language education. The phrases that are focused on this lesson are: "Hola" "¿Cómo te llamas?" "Me llamo" "Te llamas" "Mucho gusto" "Adiós" Included
I took to heart some feedback that when printed, it was fuzzy. I made everything in black and white and increased the size of the English as a recent teacher suggested. I hope you like the changes, but if not, I have the original one as well all in word and pdf for both 'puedo' and 'me permite' i
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6th - 10th
DESCRIPTION:This is a collection of the 10 lists, activities, worksheets, and games that I use during my "Spanish Basics" or "Back to School" unit. It is a great introductory set of vocabulary and concepts for Spanish 1 students. The products included in this bundle are:VOCAB LISTS• Vocab List - U
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Grades:
7th - 12th
This 2-page file is a 90-clue crossword puzzle that reviews the Spanish vocabulary associated with the date and telling time (numbers, months, days of the week, time phrases, etc.)Example Questions:Across1. 354. It’s 1:30.5. 5919. What day is tomorrow?20. It’s 11:00.22. 1423. Tomorrow is Friday.28.
Grades:
6th - 12th
Did the school year sneak up on you? Let this "Back to School" Bundle make your transition into the school year much easier. This bundle includes all lessons needed for 1 week of Spanish class. This can be implemented at any point in the first few weeks of school and will help hook students and enc
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Grades:
9th - 12th
Kids love texting! Use this high-interest topic to talk about conversational text lingo common in Spanish. These printables make great bulletin boards, fast-finisher work, bell work, or phrase of the week activity. Build vocabulary and language awareness. My students love these and sometimes even u
This is a 72 piece preliminary Spanish language puzzle. Content includes days of the week, buenos dias, buenas tardes, buenas noches, por favor, gracias, de nada, muy bien, hola, hasta luego, etc. Also included are weather terms: hace viento, hace sol, hace calor, nieva, llueve, etc. The verb ser i
Grades:
7th - 12th

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