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Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1

Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Elementary Spanish Curriculum - Había una vez - Year 1 - Set 1
Product Description
Había una vez - Year 1 is a Spanish curriculum for elementary FLES students. It will work best with students from preschool through second grade. This is a bundle of the first five stories in the Year 1 curriculum. If you see your students daily for 30 minutes, this bundle of stories will take approximately five weeks to teach.

IMPORTANT: All of the stories in this bundle are available for individual purchase in my store. Do NOT purchase this bundle if you have already purchased or plan to purchase the following stories:
• Story 1: La familia
• Story 2: La familia de galletas
• Story 3: Chocolate
• Story 4: Gatos, gatos
• Story 5: Los tres osos

I teach the stories in this curriculum with Comprehensible Input and TPRS® (Total Physical Response Storytelling®, also known as Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling®). If you are new to these techniques, each story comes with a Teacher's Guide that explains how I use the story in class.

This bundle includes the following:

Story 1 - La familia
• Picture story
• Teacher's guide
• Story cards
• Printable student version
• Vocabulary handout
• Game cards
• Dog posters (for practicing colors)
• 10 counting cards for practicing colors and numbers
• 2 worksheets with a full answer key (for older students)
• 1 tracing worksheet (for younger students)
• 3 family discussion cards in color and black and white
• 6 worksheets based on the family discussion cards (for older students)
• Classroom library story - La familia de robots

Story 2 - La familia de galletas
• Picture story
• Teacher's guide
• Story cards
• Printable student version
• Vocabulary handout
• Game cards
• Posters
• 10 counting cards for practicing colors and numbers
• 2 worksheets with a full answer key (for older students)
• 1 tracing worksheet (for younger students)
• An editable story script
• Classroom library story - La galleta

Story 3 - Chocolate
• Picture story
• Teacher's guide
• Story cards
• Printable student version
• Vocabulary handout
• Game cards
• Posters
• 10 counting cards for practicing colors and numbers
• 3 worksheets with a full answer key (for older students)
• 1 tracing worksheet (for younger students)
• Caliente/frío cards
• Brain break story - El bosque de los monstruos

Story 4 - Gatos, gatos
• Picture story
• Teacher's guide
• Story cards
• Printable student version
• Vocabulary handout
• Game cards
• Cat posters
• 10 counting cards for practicing colors and numbers
• 2 worksheets with a full answer key (for older students)
• 1 tracing worksheet (for younger students)
• Classroom library story - Los gatos

Story 5 - Los tres osos
• Picture story: complete version
• Picture story: episodic version (the story is told over four episodes)
• Teacher's guide
• Story cards
• Printable student version
• Vocabulary handout
• Game cards
• Posters
• 2 worksheets with a full answer key (for older students)
• 1 tracing worksheet (for younger students)
• Los tres gatos - story to illustrate
• Classroom library story - El oso y la niña

** Bundle exclusive: Bingo review game

I teach this story with TPRS®, a method developed by Blaine Ray. This story provides input that is comprehensible, engaging, and carefully structured to include lots of repetition. I have been using TPRS® in my classes since 2007 and have found it to be a highly successful method for learning languages. I have used TPRS® with preschool through adult classes and have found that learners of all ages are captivated by stories.

When I am reading the story to the whole class, I project it on a Promethean Board from my computer (many PDF viewing programs have the option to view PDF files as full page or as a slideshow). I also print out several copies, laminate them, and keep them as part of our classroom library. If students finish their work early, they can go to the library and check out a book. I also incorporate regular reading time in our class periods so all students can review the stories we have already learned.

NOTE: This story is sold in PDF format. I have received some requests to put these stories in PowerPoint format. However, many of the artists who create educational clipart specify that the clipart must be locked down in a PDF file, as this secures the file images. Some PDF viewing programs have the option to "view as slideshow", which looks very similar to a PowerPoint presentation. Other programs have the option to view as full screen or full page. This is how I use the PDF files in my class.
Total Pages
530 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 month
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