Use this resource to provide comprehensible input about professions in Spanish targeting the structure ‘quiere ser.” A link to the video by Jasmin Lai is provided.
This 112 page resource contains:
1. Screenshots for picture talk
Use these to provide input that in comprehensible for your students at their level. Ask circling questions to repeat target vocabulary. Personalize it by asking students personal questions about what they would like to be when they grow up. Make it interactive by having students come up and touch different things on the screen as you are talking about them.
2. Screenshots with descriptions in comprehensible Spanish
Use this as reading practice. It can be done as a whole class or as a pair share activity. You can read the description and then ask comprehension questions. You can read and have students translate. Students can read volleyball style. You can print multiple pages together for handouts. Print pages 32-59 custom multiple as 3 by 5 for a two page handout.
3. TWO gallery walk activities with answer keys
Gallery walk 1 has students walking around the room reading descriptions. They have the pictures on their paper. As they read a description, they find the corresponding picture on their paper and write the letter of the description.
Gallery Walk 2 has the student walking around the room looking at pictures. They have the descriptions on their paper. When they see a picture they read through the descriptions to find a match and then record the correct picture. This Gallery Walk activity provides more input as they have to read the descriptions multiple times.
4. A listening assessment with answer key
Students have a paper with pictures. The teacher reads descriptions and the student writes the letter of the picture being described.
5. A reading assessment with answer key
Students have a sheet with descriptions on it. They view the pictures either on the screen or on a separate paper and match them.
6. A writing assessment
Students view the pictures on the screen or have a copy on paper. They use the pictures as a guide to write as much as they can in Spanish.
Students compete to be the first to touch the correct picture. This is a listening activity where they will be getting more comprehensible input in a fun way.
8. Story retell
Students view the pictures on the screen or have a copy on paper. They use the pictures as a guide to say as much as they can in Spanish. They can do this with a partner or as an assessment.
Print the screenshots. Divide the students into groups. One student picks up a photo and describes it in Spanish saying as much as they can.
10. Circle the wagons
Print the screenshots. One person picks up a photo and describes it with a sentence or two in Spanish. They other members of the group ask questions about it in Spanish.
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