Middle School Spanish
6th, 7th, 8th grade resources for Spanish teachers | Lesson plans, games, and activities for beginning Spanish / Spanish 1 classes
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Fun activities for teaching adjectives to describe people in Spanish class! Everything you need for an entire unit to build confidence using Spanish descriptive adjectives & SER! Find a variety of activities to meet the needs & learning styles of all students. 120 pages of activities! Students love the clear, simple presentation & activities to get them out of their seats, introducing themselves & speaking! Plus find no-prep worksheets, a list of adjectives, & ideas for drawing self-portraits.
Llama Mía is a speaking activity disguised as a board game! Get your students engaged and practicing the target language without even realizing they're doing so! :) A variety of pre-made games are ready for you, or download an editable version to make your own versions again and again. Click through to see all available, and to find a free version to try!
Café Charla is a speaking activity that is great for small groups and fast finishers in Spanish class! Get your students engaged and practicing the target language in a structured and low pressure setting! :) A variety of pre-made sets are ready for you, or download an editable version to make your own versions again and again. Click through to see all available speaking sets! #hsspanish #highschoolspanish
Learn Spanish numbers 1-20 with these digital, self-correcting Spanish numbers Boom Cards. Perfect for self-study, in-class learning, or Spanish homework assignments. Includes native speaker sound files to improve pronunciation. Easy for teachers and engaging for students!
I love finding new ways to incorporate music in my high school Spanish classes. My students love diving into the culture and significance behind the music, and they love any excuse to dance or sing along! Click through to read my favorite strategies for getting my Spanish students engaged with Spanish music in class!
Looking for fun and engaging speaking activities for Spanish class? After reading this post you'll have a variety of new ideas for including Spanish speaking activities with your middle school or high school Spanish students. Click through to read about some of my favorite Spanish speaking activities and how they're used in the classroom. You'll also be able to download a few free resources!
There are so many ways to organize seating charts and seating arrangements in a classroom, and every teacher has their own preferences. On top of that, you have to know your classes, their personalities, and their behaviors so you can pick seating arrangements that set them up for success. This blog post is all about one experienced Spanish teacher's approach to seating and groups in her high school Spanish classroom, with the reasoning explained, too. Click through now to read her insights!
No matter what grade you teach, there's always a big debate about policies surrounding quiz and test retakes or corrections. Some teachers support such policies, and others are against them. In this blog post, you'll learn more about this high school Spanish teacher's quiz correction policy and how it evolved over her first few years of teaching. Her pedagogical reasoning is explained, so it's a great post for learning the why behind a particular policy. Click through now to read the blog post!
Your students will master telling time in Spanish with these digital, self-correcting Spanish Time Boom Cards. 100% in the target language with native speaker sound files to teach students to pronounce and spell expressions with time. Just send the link and your job is done! Great for Spanish sub plans!
Are you looking for a way to get your middle and high school Spanish students writing? Gallery Walks are a great approach to build confidence and prompt creative writing! This activity provides limitless possibilities and options for adding structure and supports. I know your students will love it as much as mine do! Click through to read the game tutorial, activity benefits, differentiation strategies, and to access digital and editable pre-made games! #hsspanish #highschoolspanish
In our new digital learning environments, building connections with students is more difficult than ever. I have had success using digital stickers as rewards; a simple step to making connections with my students when we can't be face to face. Click through to read my suggestions for designing them, or to find options I have for you! I have designs available in English, French, and Spanish. Great for middle and high school language classes!
It's the nature of teaching that we're regularly introducing new units of study to our students, but there's a bit of an art to this process because we need to engage our students on the new topic. This blog post is all about how to introduce a new unit in secondary Spanish classes, and it's full of tips from an experienced high school Spanish teacher to help you be successful with this sometimes intimidating process. You'll want to click through now to read these teaching tips and insights!
It's often a challenge for teachers in every subject area and grade level to increase student participation, but it can be even harder in a foreign language class, like Spanish, in which students are learning a completely new language. This blog post dives into behavior management techniques that increase motivation and student participation in middle school and high school Spanish classes - but they can be used in any class! Click through now to learn more about these classroom management tips.
These Spanish Listening Exam Boom Cards are perfect for reviewing everything your students have learned in Spanish 1 or Spanish 2. These Spanish Exam Boom Cards include 4 different levels so you can pick the one that is perfect for each level that you teach. The cards are digital, self-correcting, and include native speaker sound files to improve student pronunciation. Students and teachers love them! Perfect for a Spanish final exam, Spanish midterm, or quarterly listening assessment!
No matter what time of year it is, it's always a good idea for teachers to work on relationship building with their secondary students. In this blog post, you'll read about six different behavior management approaches you can take to focus on relationship building and classroom environment. Click through to read about all of them and access resources!