I’m a believer that my class is not just about Spanish - it’s about learning for life. One of the important parts of that process is having students determine their most effective learning styles and then learning study strategies that align with those preferences.
To that end, I have created both a high-school-student-friendly learning styles inventory and a homework menu with 12 different homework/study activities that utilize the 6 most common learning styles. I've included 2 versions of this menu - one that is intentionally general for any subject area, then one that is specifically for Spanish classes.
First I have students take the learning styles inventory, then I pass out the homework menu. Some weeks I require them to do 2 activities in their highest learning style areas. Some weeks I have them stretch themselves and do one outside of their comfort zone.
I sometimes use this as weekly homework - on Monday they pick any 3 activities and they are due by Friday. Other times I have left this as a substitute teacher plan. Since the students have this chart in their folders all year, the sub just has to pass on the instructions to pick any 3, due by the end of the hour.
This resource is also available as part of my Vocabulary Activity Bundle
If you are teaching Spanish 1, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 1 Mega-Bundle
If you are teaching Spanish 2, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 2 Mega-Bundle
If you are teaching Spanish 3, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 3 Mega-Bundle
If you are teaching Spanish 4, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 4 Mega-Bundle