Get your students to draw a room using vocabulary from Realidades I 6A. There are 10 QR codes that give a description of the room. As students scan each code they must draw and color the vocabulary word with color pencils. Each description will reveal a bit more information each time. It's best to follow the directions of each code in aerial view.
I recommend teachers draw it first so you can anticipate where students might have questions or run into problems. I do this because some of my students dislike drawing, because they think they're bad at it. Simply, that's not true!
The room includes: bed, curtains, dresser, mirror, book shelves, chair, table, bed table, lamp, and a rug in the center. In addition, students are asked to draw something personal to their liking and an object from the classroom.
1. Students will need to download an app called “QR scanner” to their device.
2. Print the QR codes, and spread/ tape across the room. Put them in low or high places. It gives the illusion of a scavenger hunt.
3. Print the template which is the first page of the pdf file.
4. Use your discretion, and decide if you prefer to allow students to work in pairs. I have to allow them to work in pairs or threes, since not all of my students have smart phones.
5. The activity should last about 30 minutes. It depends on the size of the class.
Before I begin this activity, I go over a couple of details they need to remember:
Vocabulary list from Realidades I Chapter 6A
Expectations for the drawings.