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6 page packet reviews -AR verbs in past tense and shows differences between present and past of -ER, and -IR verbs highlighting the difference between "boot" verbs and "flip-flip" verbs. Gives conjugation practice and practice choosing the correct
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This 13 page packet explains different 'feelings' that use tener expressions or adjectives that use estar as well as using the verb sentirse. Including: To be cold, hungry, thirsty, in a hurry, sleepy, right, scared, and lucky; being nervous, busy,
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Buy now! Your students will finally understand el preterito with this folder of 11 files. Includes all of our best selling Past Tense files plus some added bonuses. -AR Past Tense Notes Packet (4 pages + answers)* -ER/IR Past Tense Notes Packet
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Break down the complexity and difficulty of Reflexive verbs for students through this guided notes packet. This 12 page packet goes step by step and explains the meaning of using the reflexive pronouns and differences in sentences between reflexive
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2 sided worksheet that explains what direct object pronouns are and how to use them. Includes section for students to practice. (Esta hoja explica que son y como usar los pronombres de complemento directo) Used in Spanish 1. Vocabulary used is
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A great way to use authentic language in your classroom. This pre-made worksheet is ready to copy and print for your students. Students look at the ads for 3 missing children and INFER meaning of the Spanish language with previous knowledge of
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Booklet for Spanish Teachers on teaching how to use the adjective "estar" with adjectives to describe feelings in Spanish. Included: -4 page Guided Notes Packet with practice -Sentences for practice on personal whiteboards (1 page) -Bellringer for
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This handout is a great visual to help students talk about the weekend in Spanish. Includes talking about future plans by asking "¿Qué vas a hacer este fin de semana?" with over 15 ways to respond, with visual included. Also includes talking about
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12.8 MB of over 40 files for your Spanish class to help your students conjugate verbs in level one. Includes multiple files for: -Teaching Subject Pronouns -Conjugating AR Verbs -Conjugating Stem Change Verbs -Tener and Estar
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This fun activity connects with the social media crazy teens who use emojis everyday of their as communication. 13 Idioms in Spanish are written in Emoji form. Students must figure out the phrase based on the picture. Includes Powerpoint of 13
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Powerpoint of 1) Question Words 2) Most Important Verbs for TPRS 3) Transitional/Connecting words for student writing 4) Common Expressions that students can use If you have a poster maker, print off the first 3 pages on poster page to hang in
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2 pages: 1 page of how to say the time in Spanish. 1 page of easy grading quiz. For Level 1 Spanish.
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Give students a bingo card of 20 useful Spanish Expressions that they can use during class. This encourages students to keep the conversation of the class flowing in English by being able to expression their opinion in Spanish. This editable
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4 page packet describing the difference between presente tense and past tense (preterite/preterito) for -AR verbs including the irregular -Car, -Gar, -Zar verbs. Answers included for partial notes portion (Additional pages) Completely Free Packet,
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10 years teaching Spanish. In 2015, he volunteered at a school in Colombia helping with English classes Works in a Blue Ribbon winning school. Studied Abroad in Costa Rica and spent a year traveling South America. Has visited all of South American plus Mexico, Puerto Rico, and España.

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Comprehensible Input Storytelling Authentic Resources

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. in Spanish and Secondary Education 2005; Master's in Teaching and Leadership 2009 Studied and/or Traveled to: Costa Rica Mexico Spain Puerto Rico All of South America

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Justin, of Spanish Plans, looks to create products that use the best methods to build fluency and engage beginning Spanish students. He enjoys collaborating with fellow Spanish teachers and uses his humor to make connections with his 8th grade students. His passion for the language drives him to encourage and motivate his students to success.

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