The Boy Who Cried Wolf,
told in picture-format in Spanish with activities and ideas for teaching. (
Access the online story for free, along with 9 other fables
.) The fable is retold in Novice-Low to Novice-Mid Spanish, using high-frequency vocabulary and structures
. These stories are a great resource for providing comprehensible input in your Spanish classes!
Your purchase includes:
» El joven que grita lobo, told in picture format as a PPT
» Teacher's Guide
Download the activities for El gato y la campana to get an idea of what my story packs are like!
» Core vocabulary list
» Vocabulary set in chunked phrases for pre-teaching new terms
» Translation practice
» Typed story with and without pictures
» Overhead for guided Cornell Note-taking
» Mixed-activity worksheet
» Sequencing activities
» Listening/speaking activities
» Drawing sheet for reading comprehension
» Comprehension questions
Students (even the older ones) love these classic and clever stories. Fables are great for rich discussions and asking higher-order should and why questions. It's easy to stay in the target language when you have material that keeps your students' attention and includes highly visual content.