I like the idea of a lap book! They are popping up everywhere. They are a great way to have students work with their literacy skills. Today, I gave my Spanish 1A students the following lapbook project. It is also a great idea right before spring break! I will include a picture of my lapbook tomorrow! Here is my list with the requirements:
This week, you will be completing a “lapbook.” This lapbook will be worth a classwork and homework grade. You should NOT copy from a partner or the book. You cannot use Google Translate at all, or you will have to re-do your project. This should be written completely in Spanish. Your lapbook must include the following information:
_____________ Two pictures including 8 vocabulary words in each picture. These pictures should be drawn neatly, and you should label the pictures in Spanish with the correct vocabulary word. You can reference page 96-97 in your textbook for information. You can take photographs or you can draw these pictures. You must use color, and you cannot use stick figures.
_____________ Create two text conversations on ifaketext.com. They should use vocabulary words from this unit. You should have four lines per conversation. You will email these to your teacher to print.
_____________ Create a fan book where you share a story. Write one line per page at least and include a small picture. You can use stick figures here. Your story can be about:
-shopping for school supplies
-things to do after school
-what you need for school
Checklist for classwork grade:
________________ Picture 1: neatly drawn or photographed (2 points)
_______________ Picture 2: neatly drawn or photographed (2 points)
________________ Labeled vocabulary words (1 point per word)
________________ Two text conversations on ifaketext.com (8 points)
________________ Fan book (8 points)