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Homework Idea: Tareas semanales

Homework Idea: Tareas semanales
I’m fairly new to teaching language. It’s a sad realization when I find some incredible resource from some incredible language educator that makes me feel utterly mediocre. There’s just so much I want to change about the way that I teach and the way that I assess! I have a main goal in mind, but here’s one of the small steps I took towards reworking my hardly original system of homework and worksheets: tareas semanales. HANDOUT: Tarea Semanal (Word format) This semester, I swapped my daily homework/worksheet routine with my Spanish I students for a weekly “tarea semanal,” an assignment similar to a choice board. Select an activity from a list (such as changing their Facebook language to Spanish and playing on it for 30 minutes, or watching YouTube videos of Latino artists),Write a brief reflective paragraph afterwards describing what they learned, what they liked/disliked, words they recognized, etc., andChoose a different activity each week. Like this: Like Loading...

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