Teaching in a Spanish classroom often creates misunderstandings and difficulty with following directions! To help remedy this, I use my Spanish visual direction cards daily. After describing what students are to do independently, I hang these cards in order of task on the white board. Students refer back to the list to make sure they have completed all of the tasks in order. I suggest laminating and putting a small magnet on the back of each. They can also be placed in a pocket chart.
colorea, nombre, escribe, corta, recorta, resalta, subraya, borra, pega (3 versions, stick glue, liquid glue, tape), escribe (with composition notebook), lava, piensa, recoge, lavate las manos, mide, lee (4 versions), lee en pareja (2 versions), calcula, suma, resta, observa, dobla, numera, párate, deténte, escucha, traza, encierra, poner la fecha, discute, grapa, cuenta, tacha, marca, alza la mano, levanta la mano, escucha el cuento, pinta
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