Song: La historia de Juan Singer: Juanes Country: Colombia Topics: Preterite Standards for Foreign Language Learning: • Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. • Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret spoken and written Spanish on a variety of topics. • Standard 5.2: Students show […]
Ready-made presentation with cultural Spanish activities around La Bandeja Paisa. Spanish teachers can present the Colombian Bandeja Paisa and food vocabulary in Spanish and English.
Ready-made presentation with cultural Spanish activities around “El Huaso Chileno.” Spanish teachers can present the Chilean Huaso with a video and other activities.
Students often confuse the preterite and imperfect tenses because they are both used to talk about past events, but in different contexts. The preterite is used to talk about completed actions or events that happened in the past, while the imperfect is used to describe incomplete or habitual actions that occurred in the past. It […]
This book is a valuable resource for Spanish teachers and educators looking to expand their students’ understanding of the Spanish language and culture. Identify useful sayings, activities and materials and select those specific tools for use with the students. It is not necessary to use the whole booklet as an integrated lesson. Over 150 pages […]
The ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) National Standards for Foreign Language Learning provide a framework for language educators to guide their instruction and assessment. These standards are not specific to any particular language, but they can be applied to Spanish language lessons or any other foreign language. The standards are organized […]
Here is a simple lesson plan using a family tree diagram. This image features the basic family vocabulary: el abuelo, la abuela, el padre, la madre, el hermano, la hermana, el tío, la tía, el primo and la prima. I created this image for the activity booklet of the Christmas song in Spanish Cascabel (Jingle […]
Here are some videos about Three Kings Day that you can use to complement your Spanish class. I selected these clips because they are concise, and they give a simple explanation of Three Kings Day religious meaning and background. If you have our class activity packet for the song La protesta de los Reyes by […]
Do you want to show appreciation to your Spanish teacher? Here are several suggestions that your Spanish teacher will simply love. The following ideas will work well as gifts for Teacher’s Appreciation Day, end-of-school year, and even holidays. 1. Group Hispanic-Themed Gift Basket If the whole class is involved and contributing, it is possible to […]