This bundle is packed with resources for teaching weather and seasons to beginning Spanish students! There are enough stories and resources to keep your students actively learning for at least four weeks. Note: I do not teach these stories all at once. I space them throughout the school year so m. Activities , EBooks , Homework.
El gato y el pez - Beginning Spanish Story. This story provides input that is comprehensible, engaging, and carefully structured to include lots of repetition. Activities , Handouts , EBooks. Spanish Body Parts Story - Me duele. Updated with new resources! This is a short story to. I wrote this story to teach basic transportation vocabulary to my elementary Spanish students.
There is a monkey from Mexico. He lives in a zoo in Wisconsin. The monkey escapes from the zoo and looks for a way to travel to Mexico.
There is a boy traveling on a bike, but the boy is not traveling. Looking for well-written Spanish comprehension passages for teaching Polar Bears? Look no further! This is your one stop source for Polar Bears non-fiction reading! Inside are 10 polar bears themed text based evidence passages. These passages help with fluency, comprehension and building reading co. Spanish , Winter , Close Reading. Activities , Minilessons , Printables. Zoo Animals In Spanish. The page download is full of learning! The following is what is included by page number.
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This product presents five endangered species from South America to students in easy to understand Spanish. The vocabulary is limited and presents basic descriptions of each species and one or two reasons for its endangered status. The animals featured include el ocelote, el oso hormiguero gigante,. Spanish Exercise and Sports Story - Quiero hacer ejercicio. This is a short picture story for beginning Spanish students. It has a limited vocabulary of approximately 50 words and uses lots of repetition. The following resources are included in this activity: - Quiero hacer ejercicio - picture story - Student version in black and white - Story cards wi.
Activities , EBooks , Games. Inside are 10 fiction and 10 non-fiction text based evidence passages. In this charming English-Spanish side-by-side book, Gramma Ella asks her granddaughter to help name her new puppy. Gramma thinks she hears Cupcake and happily names the pup. Rather tahan disagree, the granddaughter accepts the name.
The story unfolds in English on each left hand page and in Spanish on each right-hand page. Photographs of the real life people in this sweet story illustrate the book.
Cuentos Bilingües Para Niños By Mayela Hess
Excellent read out loud story. Great story for anyone wanting to become more fluent in either English or Spanish. Carlos Aguerro. Joe Hayes. Huguette Castaneda. It Looks a Lot Like Christmas.
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Hoyos y embrollos. They use simple maps they have created to facilitate questions and answers, including finding directions and providing descriptions of neighbourhood buildings and services. At the same time, Level 4 students in the class practise reciting two poems from the Chinese literature curriculum. The video shows how these students interact with each other in their discussions about various interpretations of the poems.
Student groups at each level demonstrate their product and the teacher provides constructive comments. In this video, a Grade 8 teacher guides viewers through a lesson where students use mathematics and science skills to interpret nutritional information on a Spanish-language menu. This lesson integrates authentic materials, makes connections to other academic areas and develops interpretive and interpersonal communication skills. In this video, a Grade 4 Spanish teacher guides viewers through a vocabulary-building lesson about familiar and unfamiliar fruit, using visual media and multisensory activities.
In the lesson, students learn what country the fruit comes from and try to identify it, and categorize it as sweet or sour, by touching and tasting it. This video shows a second-year Japanese classroom in a senior high school. The video focuses on the importance of being an active learner and incorporating a student-centred approach to learning a second language. The teacher acts as a facilitator and guides students through their learning about the Japanese language and culture by engaging them in a common topic; i. The teacher engages students in active learning and accommodates different learning styles by creating a learning environment in which the class is divided into two groups.
One group focuses on reading and writing about activities that happen in Japan on New Year's Day; e. The second group participates in authentic New Year's Day activities; e.