Una unidad en español sobre la familia.
Contiene las siguientes actividades:
Sílabas (formar palabras con sílabas y contar las sílabas en las palabras)
Conjugación de verbos - amar y ayudar
Lectura - en 3 niveles (básico, intermedio, avanzado)
Comprensión de lectura
This unit was created to be used in a Dual Language, Bilingual, or Spanish Immersion classroom kindergarten or first grade classroom. I have based the reading and writing activities on the vocabulary explicitly taught at the beginning of the unit. The unit could be tied to your learning targets in social studies about families. The unit is written in Spanish.
I use the cards on pages 3&4 for a matching game so that students can practice decoding (reading) words and learn the vocabulary. They can play memory with them or simply match them together.
Pages 5&6 are created to be used as worksheets or a learning center. You could place them in plastic page protectors and have students write on them with wipe-off markers. You could have students work on them independently, in pairs, or do complete them for homework. The pages 11&12 were created to post in the classroom so that students who haven’t yet learned the conjugation of verbs have a place to find the answers.
Pages 7-9 are below level, on-level, and above level texts which use the vocabulary taught in the unit. Students should understand the vocabulary before they are asked to read the texts. The texts could be used to teach decoding and comprehension strategies as well. After reading the texts, students should answer the comprehension questions, which get more complex at the higher levels.
Page 10 is to be used for students to write about their own families and to apply their new vocabulary to their writing. Make sure to have the words posted and to provide sentence starters for the children who need scaffolding to be successful.
Pages 13&14 are the vocabulary words broken down into syllables. Students can cut them out and find the syllables to create all of the words. The final page, page 15, is a page where students can count the syllables needed to make each word and then record the number.
Please let me know if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas. Thanks! Created by Jenni Keddie de Cojon.