My second year Spanish students need some practice distinguishing between subjects with their verb forms (subject/verb agreement), so I modified and typed up one of my student's free writes (work smarter, not harder, right?) for a good ol' horizontal conjugation practice. Then, I realized that I needed another reading assessment for that class, so I … Continue reading Horizontal Conjugation
I still like to do grammar lessons every once in awhile. I will always wait until after my students have been repeatedly exposed to whatever it is that I want to present to them and use it as more of a way to organize information than anything else. Some kids really benefit from it, and … Continue reading Subject Pronouns
Here is a worksheet that I created for my Spanish A students to complete tomorrow while I am at the 2011 AFLA Conference. I got the great idea to have students search for cognates in children's books (or whatever reading material you have) from Kristy Placido (she's aweomse!). You can leave it as part of … Continue reading Cognates – A good sub plan!
This is a listening assessment that I used after we spent some time using present progressive verbs, and I think that it works best when you have a targeted verb tense that you are comparing to something else. In this case, present vs. present progressive. First, write up five to six mini-scenes (only one or … Continue reading Who, What, Where?