This is a PowerPoint that illustrates the history, culture, and common facts about the country of Mexico. This presentation is in Spanish and English and is appropriate for beginning (with a bit of teacher help to understand certain words) to
I print and laminate these for classroom use. You can add magnets to the back or print and use business card magnets to have your passes stick to metal doors, metal door frames, chalkboards, or even bathroom stalls!
This is a simulated "News Report" in Spanish about 2 different crimes that happened where something was stolen. Students read the reports (you can give students one or both) and fill out a "new report" for the local newspaper in Spanish. This helps
This is a "Bingo" game that you can play with your Spanish 1 class to practice numbers that also has a bit of culture infused. It explains the history of the game lotería and has a picture of an authentic lotería card.
This is a practice game for students to play on a piece of paper or a small dry-erase board. I normally use it as a team activity (groups of 5) where students work together to practice spelling and accuracy and race against the other teams to get
This is a PowerPoint that contains information in English and Spanish about the capital San José and about Costa Rica in general. After my study abroad there, I was able to use almost all of my own pictures to create this presentation.