This is a Spanish art project that can be used with most Spanish 2 classes which have exposure to past tense. Students choose an artist and one of their famous works of art, and creates a presentation to present to the class. A sample is also
This is a great activity idea for arts and crafts in a Spanish unit on foods and drinks. Students must create food people using their art skills and vocabulary words learned in the unit! Can be edited to apply to food units in French, German,
This is a great handout that can be used to introduce ER and IR verbs to your Spanish 1 students. It starts by reviewing AR verbs and how they work, and moves into ER and IR verbs. This is taught around the context of food (which ER and IR verbs
Use this document to spark some conversation in English about the clothing styles of your students and common Americans as compared to what people wear in Spanish-speaking countries. The 2nd half of the handout directs students to the Internet to
This handout is a guide for students to complete while watching the Bizarre Foods: Bolivia episode in class. There is a final task in which students will state what they found most interesting about the video and prepare to discuss with the class.
This file includes guidelines for students to complete a project on a Spanish-speaking country and their unique foods and eating habits/eating schedules. Each student in class would be assigned a different country. Works best with classes of 20 or
This assignment directs students to the Internet to discover new information about 9 Spanish-speaking countries of their choice. You may follow up the assignment with a class discussion of what knowledge they have gained.
This activity requires students to do a Google image search of famous cartoon characters, and then write a sentence stating what they are wearing and the colors of those clothing items (which requires adjective agreement).