Lesson plan: El día de los muertos - ¿Cómo se celebra en países diferentes?Lesson type: Reading comprehension; collaborative learning; Reading Apprenticeship; Interpersonal Speaking; ListeningDuration: 3-5 class periods (60-70 minutes long)Level:
Spanish, Reading Strategies, Holidays/Seasonal
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Lesson Plans (Individual), Thematic Unit Plans, Cultural Activities
This is an in-class activity using 2 YouTube videos. There are a variety of short answer, long answer, and fill-in-the-blank questions to help students understand the use of reflexive verbs. This provides writing, reading, and listening practice.
- Fill-in-the-blank notes for the Conditional Tense (Spanish)
- Worksheet for Conditional Practice (in and/or out of class)
- All answer keys
This is a set of fill-in-the-blank notes for the Spanish Conditional Tense. It includes a
Included:- 1 PowerPoint Presentation - Timed, animated slides set to the song "If I Had A Million Dollars" by the Barenaked LadiesAlthough the song is in English, this PowerPoint is really engaging for students, as the photos and animation are
This is a thorough packet included for teaching time in the Spanish classroom. Certain aspects of this unit also have the ability to be adapted into other languages. This includes in-class and out-of-class activities. It practices
This is a worksheet that I created to accompany recordings from www.laits.utexas.edu. This listening practice worksheet has short answer questions in English and also fill-in-the-blank questions. The links to each recording are next to each
This includes 2 quizzes for the date and days of the week in Spanish class. There is a a non-accommodated version of the quiz and also an accommodated version. This accommodation is for a variety of students, particularly students who struggle
This is a set of notes used in conjunction with Product listed "'Fui' - Preterite Yo Form Introduction - POWERPOINT".
These notes can be used independently, as the PowerPoint may be modified for your personal preference. The PowerPoint has a photo
This is a fun, helpful way for students to learn numbers in a world language classroom. It involves recognition, speed, and teambuilding. It can be used across languages. Students need to move quickly around the room or outside to identify
- 1 PowerPoint Presentation (2 presentations built in)
- Interpretive practice of the conditional tense to introduce the concept to Spanish students (If I were a baseball player, would I go to the World Series?)
- Interactive practice of
This is a small interpersonal speaking activity in which students ask each other for phone numbers and write down the number. Generally used for Spanish 1. This can be used as a warmup or in-class activity. You can modify it however you want in
This is the process I use for absent students. I started using this because I moved classrooms and found that it was hard for me to remember what had happened the previous class period let alone the previous day!
I put the first page on the front
English Language Arts, World Language, For All Subject Areas
I can ask someone how old they are.
I can tell how old I am.
I can ask someone when their birthday is.
I can tell when my birthday is.
I can understand when someone asks me my age and birthday.
Goals: I can ask someone when his/her birthday is.
I can tell someone my birthday.
I can understand when someone asks when my birthday is.
Skills: Interpersonal Speaking
This is a small, half-sheet "entrevista" in which students walk around the
This is a set of notes used in conjunction with Product listed "'Fui' - Preterite Yo Form Introduction - NOTES".
This presentation begins with a warmup using "yo" form of regular verbs. This allows students to tap into their prior knowledge,
These are some rote grammar warmups that I use as a bellringer activity to practice present and past tense conjugations. These are great to get students on track right at the start of class with a quick review. These are also good for