This worksheet provides a review of many concepts and vocabulary words typically taught in beginning Spanish I or equivalent elementary school courses. Students choose a staff member at the school and complete the sentences to provide their name, job title, physical description, and other personal information as well as the materials/school supplies they are likely to use.
The activity is provided as a Word doc so you can tweak sentences as need to reflect the vocabulary/sentence structure you teach.
The final page of the project provides space for a portrait of the staff member.
This can be completed in the classroom, or your can use it as the basis for a more involved project in which the students must interview staff members in the target language. (Only basic questions like ¿Como te llamas? and the like are required.) For staff members who don’t speak Spanish, consider having another student serve as a translator.
The final product can be put on display and/or used as part of an oral presentation. I’ve also had success turning it into a guessing game in which students present one clue (in Spanish!) at a time for their classmates to try to guess the staff member being described. That’s a fun communicative activity to try before sending the work home.