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17 Fun Games to Play in Spanish Class!

17 Fun Games to Play in Spanish Class!
1. ARROZ CON PAN: Game of elimination played in a circle where the students chant “Arroz con pan (3x) y sal” then a number is called out and counted around the circle. 2. CIERTO - FALSO: A person (often the teacher) stands between the stands of the trees and calls out phrases related to the class's latest vocabulary. If the statement is true about the student, they must try to run to the other side without being tagged. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. For example: Mano a mano –they put together their hands. Make it more fun by calling different body parts Codo a rodilla-they put together their elbow and knee. Variation: You can also use flash cards for this game. 10. A student uncovers two cards. 11. “Pesca, pesca, pescador, Pesca un pez, ¿De qué color?” The student who is fishing must say the color. Variation: Write questions on the fish, and instead of saying the color, the student will have to answer the question. 12. 13. class chants: “¡Pasa la bola, pasa la bola, pasa la bola, para!.” Carolina Related:  GRADO

Proegresados: EXPRESIONES INCORRECTAS VS EXPRESIONES CORRECTAS. MEJORA TU LENGUAJE Expresiones incorrectas. Tomado de: A continuación presentamos algunas expresiones incorrectas que son utilizadas con mucha frecuencia. Toma nota sobre su forma correcta de expresión y mejore su lenguaje. Fuente: Catalina Jaramillo Aguilar. Docente. Facultad de Comunicación, Universidad de Medellín. Correo electrónico: cjaramillo@udem.edu.co

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Muletillas - ejemplos Teaching Spanish w/ Comprehensible Input: 7 Ideas for Teaching Reflexive Verbs Following is a collection of lessons and activities that deals with Reflexive Verbs. I listed them below to share them with you and also to have a place for me to refer. Some of the activities are based on resources only provided through paid subscriptions, and others are based on resources that are free.Please note, that I do NOT recommend teaching a "unit" on reflexive verbs, as I used to do in my pre-CI/preTPRS days. However now, with CI/TPRS, I make sure to add a few reflexive verbs as focus words in stories (*see below) from the early days of Spanish 1 and continue doing so throughout the semester and the following year in Spanish 2 , to students start becoming familiar with seeing reflexive pronouns before the verbs. My suggestion is to sprinkle these activities among others so it doesn't feel like a "unit".READING: 1. For a novel way to present this book, use a flannel board and flannel pieces of clothing and a frog. 3.

How To Use Blogs In the Classroom - eLearning Industry With the inception of Common Core standards and The No Child Left Behind Act, all educators require teaching literacy across the curriculum. Getting kids to write, especially the weaker writers, can be a challenge in itself but getting kids to write about math can be even more challenging – unless you use blogging as your literacy tactic. Blog writing is informal, unlike academic writing, which may be intimidating to some, if not all, of your students. Blog writing takes the pressure off of writing and gives your students a voice in a safe environment, even if you or your students stepping out of your comfort zone. What is a Blog? Blog is short for web log. Blogs are written on all kinds of topics from A to Z. How can Teachers and Students use Blogs? This YouTube video from Palm Breeze Cafe gives an overview of a blog’s place in the educational process. In order to watch this video you need to have advertising cookies enabled. The Top 3 Blogging Platforms For Teachers

Popplet The Princess and the Golden Shoes - Lesson Plan Back to the Cinderella Stories Page The Princess and the Golden Shoes A Scottish Cinderella Variant Lesson Plan for Elementary, Intermediate, Junior high by Jean D. Objectives Students will listen and respond to Scottish music locate Scotland and identify a few characteristics of the country read and/or listen to the Scottish tale, "The Princess and the Golden Shoes" interact with the text using a variety of strategies create graphic responses to the characters create a newspaper/magazine/journal which reports on various episodes create names for the characters engage in post-reading values-clarification activities/writing prompts dramatize the story by making a play Note to teacher: there are more activities below than you will want to use. Materials needed A copy of The Princess and the Golden Shoes, a Scottish Tale, available from the Tales of Wonder site, which provides seven other tales from Scotland. Paper, pencil, pen for creating a script. Pre-reading strategies Options 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

A to Z Teacher Stuff :: Folktale Unit: The Princess and the Golden Shoes Folktale Unit: The Princess and the Golden Shoes Grade Level(s): 1-2, 3-5 By: Debbie Haren, Preschool Teacher Language Arts activities to go with the story The Princess and the Golden Shoes. Objectives: To help students learn variations to classic folktales. To learn what a folktale is and why they were so popular many years ago. To practice writing skills for writing a letter and writing to an author.

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Mis mejores actividades para desarrollar las inteligencias múltiples de mis niños | emowe: aprendizaje Sería ingenuo pensar que en un artículo se pueda desplegar todos las mecanismos posibles para desarrollar al completo todas las inteligencias múltiples. No pretende ser tan ambicioso, ni pretencioso. El objetivo de este artículo es veas que hay actividades más completas que otras, darte nuevas ideas, ver nuevas perspectivas de juegos, tareas que puedes compartir con tus pequeños. Creo que alguna te sorprenderá y te gustará Como ya hemos comentado el actual sistema educativo potencia principalmente la lingüística y la lógica matemática. En la sociedad actual y cada vez más, solemos trabajar ambos padres y no tenemos el tiempo suficiente que nos gustaría pasar con nuestros hijos, por tanto, es mejor aprovechar estos momentos al máximo. A continuación os presento varias actividades que recomiendo especialmente, son las más completas y cubren varias inteligencias. La lectura Lo he repetido varias veces a lo largo del blog. Cada día debería leer, al menos, durante 10 o 15 minutos.

10 recursos para desarrollar las Inteligencias Múltiples en clase y en casa La enseñanza para la comprensión permite a cada niño realizarse en aquello que destaca, solo hay que darle diversas oportunidades y alternativas para que se manifieste en qué. Por eso es tan importante y recomendable aplicar la teoría de las Inteligencias Múltiples (verbal, visual-espacial, cinética-corporal, lógico-matemática, musical, intrapersonal, interpersonal y naturalista) al proceso en enseñanza-aprendizaje. Si todos somos diferentes, ¿por qué debemos aprender lo mismo, de la misma manera y al mismo ritmo? 1. 2. 3. 4. . El temario ha sido realizado por Ginés Ciudad Real (creador del blog Orientación Andújar y profesor en el Colegio Virgen de la Cabeza de Andújar) y Carlos Casado (profesor en Escuelas Profesionales de la Sagrada Familia de Alcalá la Real). 6. . 7. . 8. Digital-Text son pioneros en la elaboración de libros de texto digitales. “Pensemos distinto” dicen en tekman Books. 10. También te puede interesar: ¿Cómo aplicar las Inteligencias Múltiples y TICs en educación?

Recursos para trabajar las inteligencias múltiples en el aula – aulaPlaneta La teoría de las inteligencias múltiples fue desarrollada en 1983 por Howard Gardner, psicólogo y experto en ciencias de la educación. Según Gardner, existen ocho inteligencias que utilizan diferentes zonas del cerebro, que están conectadas entre sí pero pueden trabajarse de manera individual: verbal, visual-espacial, cinética-corporal, lógico-matemática, musical, intrapersonal, interpersonal y naturalista. En la actualidad sus teorías siguen utilizándose para conseguir una educación más eficaz y completa. Te damos las claves para que apliques la teoría de las inteligencias múltiples en tus clases y recopilamos recursos para que entiendas mejor en qué consisten y potencies cada una de ellas con tus alumnos. Los siguientes recursos te servirán para conocer en qué consisten las inteligencias múltiples y qué suponen para la educación: De las inteligencias múltiples a la educación personalizada. Descarga en PDF la Infografía sobre “Las Inteligencias Múltiples” 1.

BLOG DE AULA TERCER CICLO: INGLÉS 6º PRIMARIA I N G L É S 6º INGLÉS ANAYA 6º ACTIVIDADES 6º. Unidad 0. Unidad 0. Actividad 1. VERBOS IRREGULARESOs propongo los siguientes ejercicios. Lista de verbos irregulares y ejercicios ;UNIDAD 5: OUR SOLAR SYSTEMActividad 1. UNIDAD 6. El lugar para divertirse aprendiendo Inglés AM, SE ES The weather Foods and drinks Family Halloween Destino Londres Kids and songs On the LearnEnglish Kids website, you can find a wide range of both modern and traditional songs to use with your learners together with accompanying worksheets written by our young learner specialists and aimed specifically at children learning English as a second or foreign language. Why use songs in the primary classroom?Songs tend to be repetitive and have a strong rhythm. All songs build confidence in young learners and even shy children will enjoy singing or acting out a song as part of a group or whole class. Many songs can help develop memory and concentration, as well as physical co-ordination, for example when doing the actions for a song. Here are some tips for using and exploiting songs in the classroom. 1. On LearnEnglish Kids there are several songs which can be used in this way. The song ‘Over the mountains' provides practice of the present continuous in the context of travelling. 2. Songs are easy to fit in with a topic-based or thematic approach. 3. 4.

Great games to learn vocabulary in Spanish by leonora9700 Oct 27

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