Check out my latest Dia de los Muertos themed lesson using the awesome Skelita Calavera. Click on the pics for the entire document on TPT~ There's even a space to create a new "cara". All phonetic pronunciation is included, the key and a bunch of words to learn easily!
To teach a whole "about me" monologue in L2, I decided to use my Classtools.net subscription and try out the Burger Diagram. Get yours at http://www.classtools.net/widgets/burger_3/JKcNT.htm. Do not mind the lack of tildes. This is my brainstorm final product, so have some mercy 🙂 Now, bear with me. I have already posted several mini lessons using... Continue Reading →
We used batches of related words connected by colors to teach fast-paced Spanish K-6. These walls will become bigger as the year goes. Pink Words- Survival Spanish Green Words- Interview words/ Orange- Answers to common questions Blue- Unit words- These are the word walls that will grow on and on as the unit progresses. We... Continue Reading →
Virtual or Real, games are the best ways to learn language. Here are some I strongly recommend for optimal classroom experience. All you need is a label maker and creativity to give these games a twist ! BBQ Blitz- For this game I used my Dymo TS500 (above, my new love) and labeled the... Continue Reading →
I tried this project as yet another way to teach food and ordering in restaurants to my FLES students. I tried the same with my EFL learners in English and it worked wonders. I saved it as a template, then as a PDF, and as a word doc to offer a variety of ways to... Continue Reading →
I used Pixie 3 to focus on the main skills: ID the main components of pizza (our food unit) Divide them into vegetales, frutas, carnes, pan Put together a creative piece Elicit student sentences by providing a template. PStep 1, refresh the names of possible meats, veggies, cheese, etc. Divide them. PS: Tomatoes and Mushrooms... Continue Reading →
You do not need a FLES site to LingTECH through languages: Check out some of my projects using basic JAVA sites.
This ecard and avatar Java site lets your students interactively carve a pumpkin. After the carving (the sustained affective stimulus), do a print screen (directions at the end of this page) to create a document that can turn into any language. Sample below:
www.theoworlds.com/birthday– I use the birthday greetings option to enrich and enhance the “How old are you?”- “I am__ years old” lesson. Also good for practicing saying the dates of birthdays as it keeps them focused on their work. Sample follows:
www.theoworlds.com/valentines– My favorite Oworlds card gives you many options for sending an ecard as Valentine cookies that students can decorate. I use it to teach endearment phrases in Spanish- Sample follows:
www.theoworlds.com/christmas– As the name suggests, this is the same…
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