1. A printable verb resource for students. The front side has all of the conjugations taught in the first four chapters of the Avancemos series: AR/ER/IR, Ser, Estar, Tener, Ir, Hacer, as well the three stem changing verbs.
This is a comprehensive 2 page summary of Spanish Grammar taught in the levels Spanish 1 through Spanish 4. I have my students make this at the end of the year so they can a) Review all of the topics they have learned and b) Have a 1 page handout
Included are two Partner Practices for guided conversation on Ordinal Numbers. It uses common vocabulary and fun scenarios such as winning money (and how students will spend it) and the order that a footrace finishes.
With the first practice,
This is a great lesson plan on student's first day or week of school. Students will fill out a Facebook page where they write about themselves in Spanish. This is perfect for 1st or 2nd year Spanish and would still be a good refresher for advanced
This listing includes 9 "Flash Quizzes" and 9 "Mad Minutes" to review Spanish Verb Conjugations. These reviews are based on the first five Chapters of the Avancemos textbook series, but would work with any Spanish 1 textbook (or could be used for
Here are close worksheets for Spanish II canciones for units 1A-6B (Realidades Dos). This is for all 12 of those songs covering Preterite and Imperfect.
Included is a Teacher Copy of the complete lyrics, and then a student cloze word copy.
CULTURE, CULTURE, CULTURE! A wise teacher once told me that although our job is to teach Spanish, the biggest gift that we can give our students is to make them excited and passionate enough about the countries which speak this beautiful language.
Included are TWO separate sets of Partner Practices. One partner is given the A worksheet, the other the B worksheet. The A Student asks guided questions. The answer to the question is on the B Student's sheet. All conversation must be in
This curriculum follows the Spanish I -- Descubre: Chapter 1 objectives and vocabulary. However, it is very similar to other beginning Spanish units with questions such as numbers, greetings, hay, ¿de quién es..?, etc.This lesson includes three