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This is a silly story for TPRS all in the present tense about a family who goes hiking and complains about everything - being cold, hot, tired, and hungry and scared. Students can read and act out the story to review the expressions that use
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Help students learn common AR verb vocabulary through this Harry Potter story! Words align with Ch. 3 of Así se Dice. Typically I have students read aloud with a partner and highlight the words, then reread in English (TPRS strategy) before
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This is a favorite of both my students and me! Students create a comic strip with pictures of themselves making faces to express each emotion and a caption in Spanish! Can be used to just teach estar and emotions, or to teach ser vs. estar. I have
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Let students discover a little bit about Hispanic Heritage Month through this webquest! Students will research basics about the month and then deepen their research by choosing from a list of online biographies of famous Hispanics and Latinos.
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Let students discover that tacos, burritos, and nachos are NOT eaten in all Spanish-speaking countries! Students will research traditional foods from 4 countries and then choose a fifth country to research on their own. Students can complete this
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Help students see affirmative and negative words in context with this silly story about a teacher describing her perfect students. Students will learn and reinforce words such as: algo/nada, alguien/nadie, algún/ningún, también/tampoco,
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This bundle includes 5 activities to practice the Spanish vocab associated with minor illnesses and going to the doctor's office. It pairs with ch. 6 of the textbook Así Se Dice. Vocab is chunked into smaller, more manageable activities. It also
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Great for TPRS teachers or just a fun Spanish reading activity to practice emotions and ser vs. estar! Pamela is so excited that Brad Pitt is in the supermarket but she gets so nervous to talk to him that she winds up embarrassing herself! Read or
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Help students practice reading comprehension and learn vocabulary related to travel and the airport through this silly story, written entirely in the present tense. Story includes reading comprehension and vocabulary activities as well. Vocabulary
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Included vocabulary: pide, puede, prefiere, entiende, empieza, cuesta, repite, almuerza Help students learn common boot verb vocabulary through this silly story! Words align with Realidades 2-1A. Typically I have students read aloud with a partner
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Students will laugh out loud as they read this funny story about two girls receiving a Facebook love letter from the same boy! They won't even realize that they are practicing object pronouns at the same time! Notes and a practice worksheet included
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Use this silly story to reinforce vocabulary related to classroom objects. "¿Por qué tiene Target los materiales escolares en julio?" is the story of a girl seeing school supply displays at Target at the beginning of July. If that weren't bad
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Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday. What are some holidays and festivals only celebrated in the Spanish-speaking world? This differentiated activity allows students to view engaging pictures of 6 different holidays and choose two to
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Help students learn common reflexive verb vocabulary through this silly story. It's great for providing comprehensible input, acting out, or developing reading comprehension skills. Questions and grammar practice included. Plot: Tarzan really wants
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Note: Students MUST have access to the internet for this activity! Originally created to be completed with a sub, this is a useful activity to quickly teach students about Mexican Independence Day, especially if you don't have a lot of time at the
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Written to accompany textbook Así Se Dice, this reading introduces the unit on sports by describing famous Spanish-speaking athletes. Vocabulary includes: los deportes, el fútbol, el baloncesto/ el básquetbol, el béisbol, el tenis, el jugador,
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Use this worksheet as homework to reinforce the difference between two commonly confused verbs "saber" and "conocer." Worksheet provides 3 activities with different levels of complexity, all in the present tense. Additional grammar products: Saber
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Simón has just moved to a new school where they wear uniforms! Yuck! Have students practice their clothing vocabulary with the easy story written in the present tense. Reading comprehension questions and drawing activity included as well! You may
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Before students can understand how to conjugate verbs, they must really understand how to replace a subject with a pronoun. This tic-tac-toe game is a fun activity to practice that skill. Instead of writing X's and O's in the boxes, they replace
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Help your students speak in Spanish more often with this helpful set of 10 posters! Give students the tools to use circumlocution to get their point across using words they know. Phrases include: It's a thing, It's an action, it's a person, it's
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught Spanish since 2006 mostly in middle school, with short stint in high school. During that time I have served as the technology and curriculum leader for our school and taught using TPRS as well as traditional materials. What I like most, however, is combining the two techniques and creating my own materials to engage students in meaningful language learning! My stuff may not be cutesy and colorful like some other stores, but the content is solid and fun and geared towards older students!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am highly interactive, using songs, movement, and stories to engage students. I use tons of technology in my room and enjoy collaborating with others!

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BA in Spanish and Secondary Education from Washington University in St. Louis MA in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in ESL and Bilingual Education from National Louis University.

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