I have taught the Spanish alphabet differently a few times, and the best way I have witnessed is to teach the students the letter sound as well as the sound the letter makes. For example) an A is an "A" and it makes an "ah" sound.
Students need to be able to spell different words as well as recognize letters in Spanish words and also they need to know how to pronounce different Spanish speaking words.
This handout can be printed and handed to all students. I teach 7 letters a day with simple direct teaching. Doing only 7 letters a day focuses on chunk teaching. The students learn what to call the letter and what sound it makes. Through practice, having the teacher challenge the students to spell, and through conversation (pronunciation practice) is where the students will learn how to speak the best.
When we are "Speaking" as a class, I allow my students to pull out their Alphabet Notes & use for pronunciation assistance at any time. It's amazing what it has done to their accent and pronunciation.
The handout covers all the Spanish Alphabet and also has some practice activities on the bottom.
*This notes handout can easily be changed to represent another language such as English, French, Italian. Keep the template format & erase the sound dictation letters.