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Avancemos Unidad 5 Lección 2 Skit: "Una fiesta en casa"
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This skit is a project that I use along with the Avancemos 1 Spanish curriculum. It aligns with Unit 5 Lesson 2 (party and chores vocabulary, affirmative tú commands, hay que and acabar de phrases). I usually opt for flexible grouping and allot five to six 55-minute class periods for this project. Students always enjoy these skits and wow me every year with their creativity. Just remind them (if necessary) that all skit content must be school appropriate.

Subject:
Spanish
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Activity/Lab
Assessment
Author:
Morgan Rakes
Date Added:
05/25/2020
Dice Game
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How to use this activity:  You need a set of dice for each team or each individual if you are playing it individually. The forms provided here are completely modifiable to fit your needs.  SEE Additional comments

Subject:
World Languages
Spanish
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Dalila Johnson
Date Added:
03/20/2021
Family Tree Project
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How to use this activity:Students create a power point presentation, google slides, or album with their chosen family members. They describe each member including themselves by answering six specific questions for each member. Each member equals one slide or one page on the album or power point presentation.   The sentences are simple and go from: “ Yo soy alta y muy inteligente” I am tall and very intelligent; to  “Yo soy de Colombia pero vivo en Virginia con mi mamá” I am from Colombia but now I live in VA with my mother”Each sentence shows a different funtion of "Ser or Estar" 

Subject:
World Languages
Spanish
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Homework/Assignment
Author:
Dalila Johnson
Date Added:
03/19/2021
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La familia Ortega
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This task asks students to read short passages about an imaginary Hispanic family and answer comprehension questions in a multiple choice format. Questions and answers are in English. As an extension activity, students write about themselves and their family members. A reflection is included in which students indicate how well they understood the passages and whether reading Spanish passages first about family helped them write about their own family. Students are also asked to indicate what they still need or would like to know about the family in Spanish. The task is appropriate for Level 1 Spanish students.

Subject:
World Languages
Spanish
Material Type:
Homework/Assignment
Author:
Maria Nuzzo
Date Added:
08/07/2020