Not only is Spanish spoken in many countries around the world it is the second most common language spoken in the U.S.! How do you get your students excited about learning this dynamic and important language? Try one of our teacher-tested lesson plans and activities. You’ll find everything from teaching basic Spanish phrases and vocabulary, to grammar and writing lessons, to songs and games. In addition, find a variety of quizzes (complete with answer keys of course) and worksheets easily adapted to suit your classroom environment.
See It and Say It in Spanish is a language learning tool that can be used with students of almost all ages in a variety of settings. The curriculum engages students through using flash cards and audio CDs. This is best used for individuals, homeschooling parents, or in a learning center.
The essential keys to speaking another language are clear understandings of concepts and practice. This lesson goes over interrogative determining adjectives to get students understanding and practicing quickly!
There are many different ways to use determining adjectives, but don’t let that overwhelm you. These plans will work students through them in a methodical and meaningful way. This lesson is on Spanish Possessive Determining Adjectives.
Never be lost for a lesson again! Collected here are 43 articles with lesson plans for intermediate Spanish classes. Topics range from grammar and parts of speech, verb tenses and vocabulary to lesson plans focusing on culture and conversation practice.
Teaching Spanish through games and songs is one way to help students become increasingly familiar with pronunciation and the meaning of words and phrases. Holidays and other activities also lend themselves to making the connection with traditional lesson plans while having fun!
The Imperative or Command form of a sentence is used in any language to give and follow directions or instructions on a daily basis. The Past Tense is also used quite frequently. Enjoy the four Spanish sentence structure fun games presented here.
Foods, biographies of famous Hispanic people, art, music and geography can all become a part of your lesson planning for Hispanic Heritage Month. Julio Iglesias, San Francisco, tortillas and mariachi: all are from the Hispanic heritage.
Teachers have several game options with these fun classroom activities using “la clase” vocabulary. Their students may play games involving unscrambling words, learning the gender of words and alphabetizing words.
As texting has gained popularity, it has spurred many new abbreviations and acronyms in English. Spanish has also seen an increase in a new kind of language which take some effort to decipher and use naturally. Teach your students lessons on how to text message in Spanish with this article.