Super Bowl Reading and Lesson Plans for 2020

Each year, I like to write comprehensible articles about the Super Bowl. Some previous versions are not as relevant, but last year, I wrote about the food that people eat during the Super Bowl and the Pats Army in Mexico. These articles are still timely. In the same post, I also detailed input bracketing aboutContinue reading “Super Bowl Reading and Lesson Plans for 2020”

Súper Tazón lesson plans and a reading

The Super Bowl is coming up this Sunday!  If you are like me, my students talk about football pretty much year round.  I like to incorporate some of the traditions into my classes.  I have posted some information from previous years.  You can find: Some infographics to use An older article that discusses Ron RiveraContinue reading “Súper Tazón lesson plans and a reading”

Romeo and Julieta: A story of frog love and conservation for novice high and up

Sometimes, I love a story from El Mundo en Tus Manos so much that I want to create even more materials for it.  And occasionally, I have a three day weekend, so I can do that!  Romeo used to be the world’s loneliest frog in a museum in Bolivia looking for a mate… until recently! Continue reading “Romeo and Julieta: A story of frog love and conservation for novice high and up”

News article presentations

Following up on the news article unit, we decided to have students give mini presentations on one of the news articles.  I planned this presentation with the other Spanish 3 teacher, and we both have 18 students in our classes.  We decided on the set-up first.  Any time I plan presentations, I really love Laura’sContinue reading “News article presentations”

How to develop a unit around news articles

The other Spanish III teacher and I incorporate a lot of current events into our curriculum.  I knew that this year, I wanted to develop a unit around the news articles that I write with Martina.  I have some ideas on how I supplement articles with these ideas.  However, I wanted to explain how IContinue reading “How to develop a unit around news articles”

46 pages to add to your FVR library for free!

Ok- I will admit, I totally went with a click bait title there!  But it is true! As I have admitted to before, organization is not strong suit.  I have started to become better about it, but it still falls to the bottom of my list.  Organized me would print off copies of my newsContinue reading “46 pages to add to your FVR library for free!”

Noticias: 7 de mayo and Flipgrid collab!

I am joining up my two passion side projects here today!  First, I have the newest edition of news for the Spanish classroom for free: Venezuela minimum salary rises (along with grocery prices) Teacher protests in Puerto Rico The San Diego Padres consider being a Mexican team The International Theater Festival in La Paz AContinue reading “Noticias: 7 de mayo and Flipgrid collab!”

Noticias and new product for articles

For this week, I have published my newest set of articles!  These articles discuss: the new president of Cuba 5 Latino people who are listed in Times 100 most influential list Eva Longoria earns a star in Hollywood MasterChef travels to Peru for the finals a festival to celebrate Intibucá These articles are free, andContinue reading “Noticias and new product for articles”