This is an excellent way for students to learn new vocabulary they are reviewing numbers and learning colors. It could also be used as a lead in for gender and number agreement. Purposely, no English is included on the slides in order that the
This presentation closely follows chapter 3B of the Realidades textbook. Part I is a TPRS story that utilizes the chapter vocabulary and at the end, students are asked to recall vocabulary based on 10 pictures provided. Part II is a brief recipe for
This is an exam that is 50 questions using the vocabulary, phrases, and cultural concepts from the Para Empezar section of the Realidades textbook. It aligned directly with the material covered in the chapter.
This presentation includes the literary and cultural background of Don Quixote intended to give the students a deeper understanding while reading the novel or viewing the film. It includes comparisons with Shakespeare along with other themes to
This is a Spanish reading comprehension about a routine flight experience. It contains 8 discussion questions designed for advanced level Spanish students. It might be a useful activity for the end of a Spanish II or III class or perhaps Spanish
This is reading about RTVE (Radio y Televisión Española) with 13 questions to assess your students' reading comprehension in Spanish. It is best suited for level 2 students but all of the verbs are in the present tense.
This is reading about the renowned Spanish artist, Goya with 15 questions to assess your students' reading comprehension in Spanish. It is best suited for level 2 students toward teh end of the semester since all of the verbs are in preterite tense.
This is a practical exercise that includes a higher order thinking question. Because it familiarizes students with the textbook and Reading maps, it would be excellent for the first or second day of class.
This PowerPoint is an introduction to the uses of ser for beginning Spanish students. It follows the D.O.C.T.O.R. acronym with pictures and sentences of artists that make the presentation relevant for high school students.