This is a guide for a Spanish restaurant skit. I also have a listening guide to go along with this for students during the presentations. Contact me if you want a copy of that too! The rubric is included.
This is a project I use with my students to review the future tense and the subjunctive. It's a fun project that allows students to be creative while they "predict" the future and practice the future tense and the present subjunctive.
This activity includes several bodies for the students to dress. There is a description of what each person is wearing, including the color of the clothing. Students should draw the correct clothing on each person.
This is a flyswatter game for Spanish stem-changing verbs. Put the PowerPoint up on the screen. Send 2 students up toe the screen with flyswatters (or anything else they can use to hit their answers). Call out the verb in English. Students
This activity is a great review before students take the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam. It asks them to make connections in their own lives, their communities, and the Spanish-speaking world using the essential questions for each theme. It
I use this packet when I debate in my advanced Spanish classes. The class is divided into two groups with differing positions. Before the debate begins, each group comes up with 3 reasons to support their position. The reasons are broader ideas.
This activity includes a worksheet for students as well as a template for cards to create sentences. Copy a worksheet for each student. Print the cards out on colored paper and give a set to groups of students. Students should put 4 words
These fun cards can be used in a Spanish class for a fortune telling activity. Choose the area in which students will have their fortunes told. (I used la escuela, la familia, la Amistad, and el amor.) Students draw a card for each category.
These question cards are created to use when reading stories in Spanish. They may be duplicated to use in groups or as a a class. They are great to laminate and hand out to groups for group story discussion.
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Printables, Cooperative Learning, Cultural Activities