It’s Friday! Yesterday, we went to the National Gallery of Art, and it was in the 70s in DC. It was a wonderful trip, and I am always pleased at how much my students can understand the Spanish tour. If you do not have a Spanish tour guide near you, I would encourage you to take your students and talk to them about the art yourself. Or you could give them a list of items to find and describe the picture in Spanish. I guarantee that every art field trip that I have been on has been successful!
Here are some posts from this week for you to enjoy:
- I love these customized emails! Wouldn’t it be neat to share thoughts about each student’s proficiency and progress in your class?
- I really like this idea of 4, 3, 2 talking time. I started to try it with my blended students, and I forgot that we had a weather drill. It started off well though!
- This is a great checklist for interpersonal speaking from Melanie’s blog.
- Laura’s pizza face conversation is so cool, and I can’t wait to try this with my blended class.
Here are some posts of mine from the past few years:
- My students love Leslie Grace! Nadie Como Tú is a fun song (although the video is so strange!)
- Here are some restaurant and school authentic resources that I found.
- These are conversation questions for the preterite tense.
- Here is a school supply reading that I wrote for my Spanish 1A students.