Help your students achieve varying levels of cognition as they explore the wonders of ancient cultures throughout Central and South America!
Intended for Avancemos 2, Unidad 4 Leccion 2, this interactive multi-part webquest will:
If your students are as competitive as mine, then they will love this editable review game! Students who know the answer to a question (or want to take a risk) stand up to try and earn their team points. Stealing allowed!
After introducing direct object pronouns and travel vocabulary, help your students practice using DOPs with this high energy game!
Students will work in teams to piece together sentences in a relay fashion. The first team to have their sentence in
This test is made to assess your students on their knowledge of reflexive verbs in Spanish. It is broken into four sections and totals 48 points:
- 16 vocabulary matching
- 10 multiple choice (reflexives vs. non,
I wrote this story for my Spanish 1 students last year. I introduced it toward the beginning of the year after introducing GUSTAR and love it because they really see how much they can understand after just a short time in Spanish class. It is also a
TWO versions of a test to assess direct object pronouns and indirect object pronouns, including travel vocabulary (editable if using the Word versions). These tests align with Avancemos 2, Unidad 1. Multiple versions are great for group seating OR
Looking for a way to reinforce prepositions AND locations with your students? Look no further than this visually appealing map activity, in which students must interpret various statements and clues in order to identify vocabulary and write
We don't always have the time, budget, or energy to take our students on the amazing trips we wish we could... But thanks to the awesomeness that is technology, we can still help them explore the beauty and culture of foreign cities. With this
Have you shared different legends and folklore from Latin America with your students? Now have them create their own legend (ideally using present, preterite, and imperfect tenses)! Use this group project to assess your students' writing and
Use this three page guide to hold your students accountable as they watch a documentary on the Inca and Mayan civilizations. This viewing guide follows the order of the video, which comes from the Travel Channel's Secrets of Archaeology -
Social Studies - History, World Language, Spanish
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Scaffolded Notes, Movie Guides, Cultural Activities
After introducing Día de los Muertos, use this activity - which guides students through the Smithsonian Latino Center's Theater of the Dead - to delve into the history and culture of DDLM and also allows them to create their own
Get your students out of their seats and speaking in the target language!
This "human scavenger hunt" or "human bingo" activity asks students to talk about their weekend plans - where they are going and what they are going to do. Students ask and
Use this comprehensible slideshow to teach your students about Hurricane Florence while reinforcing weather vocabulary through target language input. This lesson is meant to be taught after students have had exposure to the phrases hace sol and
Get your students out of their seats and speaking in the target language using preterite -car/-gar/-zar verbs in this "human scavenger hunt" / "human bingo" activity.
Before speaking, students will practice conjugating these irregular verbs; this
I use this as a quick whiteboard review after introducing colors and numbers 1-50. Students will count different shapes and then work simple math problems to practice writing out numbers in Spanish. Simple and
Looking for a more engaging, less obtrusive way to test your students on their understanding of adjectives, agreement, and the verb SER? Have them create their own Kahoot! That means NO PREP for you!
This PDF file provides students with
Get your students out of their seats and using their vocab as they ask their classmates about their families with this human scavenger hunt!
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Introduce or review classes vocabulary with this visually appealing PowerPoint. Students are given detailed sentences to determine which class is being described. The sentences include common irregular verbs, as well as regular present tense verbs.
After introducing direct and indirect object pronouns, I created this challenge to get my students excited about using and producing IOPs (and to preview the use of double DOP/IOP), a concept that they had trouble connecting with application.