These are the 31 (one per day) Spanish conversations our Spanish immersion school for adults used in January of 2017. At least 25 of them are relevant at any time. These questions can be used to start a conversation in class, for a homework
2018 lesson #2
This lesson is built around description and teaching students to use the words they know in Spanish to describe words they don't know, rather than falling back on English.
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These are the 28 (one per day) Spanish conversation starters our Spanish immersion school for adults used in February of 2017. 27 of them are relevant at any time (one is specific to February).These questions can be used to start a conversation in
This week we will continue talking about movies, series and TV shows. Here are some questions, but you know that you can always ask your own questions, as long as they are related to movies, series or TV shows.
List of questions to be used in a conversational Spanish class, all about "what would you do in this situation." Can be used in conversation or as a written homework assignment. Written with adults in mind.
Perfect lesson for the 1st day of a conversational Spanish class, so that the students can practice speaking Spanish and getting to know each other. Can be done orally or as a written interview with other students.
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Today we are going to talk about Spanish verbs that are used to express love and affection. These verbs can be tricky as they can’t be used in the same way as the similar English verbs, so let’s see the differences between them.
Last month we talked about the preterit, which is a very precise past tense. This month we will take a look at the imperfect tense, which is a less precise and hard to pinpoint past tense. Today we will cover two uses of the imperfect.
Today we are going to play a game!Instructions:Each student (and the teacher) receives a card. Each person will say the number they have on the bottom left of the card ...NOTE: Game mentioned in lesson plan not included, only the idea and name of