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¡Hola! Teaching Spanish in the Classroom

America's number of Spanish speakers increases every day. This collection includes many useful resources to help both English and Spanish teachers improve their Spanish teaching techniques.
A Collection By Valeria Arcas
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¡Hola! Teaching Spanish in the Classroom
  • Valeria Arcas says:
    Celebrate St. Patrick's Day reading aloud the story to your students. There is a link to the story and worksheets. The book includes maps, pictures, and the history behind St. Patrick´s Day.
  • Elementary Spanish

    Website
    charlottesvilleschools.org
    charlottesvilleschools.org
    Valeria Arcas says:
    The Charlottesville Spanish curriculum is based on four thematic units for each grade level. Every unit includes performance objectives, cultural information, and a thematic/linguistic focus. Use flashcards, worksheets, books, videos, songs and all kind of resources.
  • Valeria Arcas says:
    A book that features educational games, puzzles, and activities based on the useful, basic vocabulary for concepts and objects they encounter in everyday life. In this 352 page workbook, your kids will be immersed in the Spanish language having fun at the same time.
  • Valeria Arcas says:
    Kids love music! Teach children the numbers from one to fifty in Spanish with this entertaining and easy video by Rockalingua! My students love these videos, they sing and dance around.
  • Oh Noah!

    Activity
    pbslearningmedia.org
    pbslearningmedia.org
    Valeria Arcas says:
    This PBS kids collection of free animated videos, games, and hands-on activities is designed for children ages 4-8. Your students will have lots of fun watching Noah episodes while they learn Spanish. The collection includes a webinar for teachers.
  • Espanico

    Website
    espanico.com
    espanico.com
    Valeria Arcas says:
    Check out this resourceful website for ELE teachers and Spanish language learners. In here you can find free Spanish lesson plans and worksheets from elementary to upper-intermediate level, as well as amazing teaching ideas for communication. Just click, print and teach!
  • Valeria Arcas says:
    A great activity to take students and learning outside. Students research and imagine an animal's activities, then write a story from the animal's point of view. Spanish vocabulary is practiced and teachers evaluate students' Spanish writing and reading skills.
  • Valeria Arcas says:
    At this school, kids arrive speaking English as their dominant language and they leave fluent in Spanish, isn't that awesome? This video gives us an idea of what it's like to have bilingual classes.