Spanish Communication Teacher Resources
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Pre-AP Strategies for Spanish Literature
Take a break from vocabulary development and have your Spanish scholars immerse themselves in Spanish culture. What are common Spanish proverbs? In short sessions over the course of a few weeks, the class will learn about different...
Communicating Who I Am
High schoolers practice their Spanish grammar, vocabulary, punctuation and pronunciation skills by creating a personal portrait and personal narrative, and sharing it with native Spanish speakers via email.
Matching Spanish Vocabulary
Do you have an extra five or ten minutes of class time to fill? Grab one of these worksheets and have your learners test their knowledge. If you need to extend the activity, have them choose five words and then write sentences using...
Common Sense Media
Time to make some real world decisions in an interactive digital citizenship game. Choose a story and help the characters make the right decisions regarding Internet safety, cyberbullying, copyright, media literacy, appropriate online...
Pedro Menéndez de Avilés
Partners examine the family tree of Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, a Spanish admiral and explorer who founded St. Augustine, Florida, and answer several questions about the text using a worksheet. After they've explored the family tree,...
Carta de Pedro Menéndez de Avilés
Spanish learners peek back into history by reading a copy of an original letter written in the sixteenth century by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. To show their comprehension, they respond to a series of provided questions. For writing...
Lesson 2- Spanish Greeting
Break down a quick conversation in Spanish. After the teacher presents the vocabulary, the class heads to the computer lab, where class members can watch a brief interactive video. The visual is one clip separated into four clearly...
Spanish Drama: Latin America
Students explore Hispanic countries. In this Hispanic culture and language activity, students choose an Hispanic country to research. Students explore given websites and prepare a dramatization incorporating the facts they find....
Geography of the Study of the Spanish-speaking People of Texas
Students identify the physical features, demographic characteristics, and history of the four Texas towns featured in Russell Lee's photo essay, "The Spanish-Speaking People of Texas." They conduct Internet research, and create a travel...
International Communication: Why English?
In this international communication of why English worksheet, students participate in four activities including why important sites are relevant to the history of communication, matching explanations with sites and conversation starters...
Goodwill Community Foundation, Inc.
Learning Spanish in the classroom is a lot different than using the language in a Spanish-speaking country! Beginning Spanish learners learn how to ask whether someone speaks English, if their conversation partner can repeat him or...
INTERPRETING THE EFFECTS OF THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR ON US CITIZENS.
Students write an article about some aspect of American life during the war. -Examples include: Food, Travel, Weapons, Communication, Maps, Leadership. Each group of three will then be responsible for posting their article to the class...
Media Literacy Vocabulary Lesson
Students participate in an introductory lesson plan that focuses on communication. The two types of extrapersonal and interpersonal are covered. The lesson plan uses questions in order to guide the class discussion and writing responses.
¡Cha cha en Chihuahua!
Can you name all of the Mexican states? Most Americans can't, even though Mexico is our close neighbor. Encourage your Spanish learners to research a Mexican state and create a comprehensive PowerPoint to share the newly acquired...
Spain – Culture and Famous Landmarks
Introduce your class to Spain and liven up the class period with some Spanish pop music! Learners view a presentation about Spain and take notes on the information before watching a couple of music videos in Spanish. They use listening...
Spanish Through History - Web de Anza
Students examine the history, economics, and geography of the Anza era. They read primary source journals, diaries, and letters, conduct Internet research, and write a research report.
Weather on the Internet
What the weather like today? How about in other countries? In Celsius and Fahrenheit? Have your learners use the Internet to look up the weather in Spanish! They'll discuss their findings in Spanish with a partner and create a chart over...
My Spanish Christmas
Tenth graders research Spanish Christmas customs on the interent and role play in their writing their findings in an essay. They teacher provides a list of web addresses for the students to locate information on and from that their...
Spanish Influence on the Caribbean Islands
Students participate in a discussion about the Spanish influence on the Caribbean islands. They define the Spanish words in the book, Isla, and respond to a question about cultural influences in a response journal.
Spanish to English Matching Worksheet
In this foreign language worksheet, students match the Spanish word found on the left with its English translation on the right. The answers are found by clicking the button on the bottom of the page.
Ojo De Dios
Spanish learners will follow directions given in Spanish (provided here) to craft an "ojo de dios". Learners will also discuss where it originated from and what its purpose is.
How do you conjugate a reflexive verb? This plan suggests reading a children's book to your intermediate Spanish speakers. Follow the reading with a PowerPoint slide show that presents reflexive verbs, a sentence using the verb, and a...
Consider using this simple list of matching vocabulary to welcome learners to (or back to) your Spanish classroom. They're not confined to one category, so they'd be a good general introduction back to Spanish. Bienvenido!
There are several reasons why Spanish speakers use the diminutive form. Not only is it used to indicate size, but it can also indicate affection. This plan, while not incredibly detailed, does provide some great questions for...