Here is my example booklet for your classes, Spanish I.
Sr. Jones over at Actualidades has proposed a fun assignment involving a rap that doesn’t necessarily have to make sense. The vocabulary and structure seems like we could even put it together in Spanish I. Click here for the post on Sr. Jones’ site with examples and the beatbox sample. If this is something you’d be interested in doing in our Spanish I or II classes, please comment to that effect. It could be quite wiggity-wiggity-wack!
This “video” will be visible to you if you can access youtube and not have to deal with filters. Technically it’s a “Photo Story” which is available online for free if you’d like to download that program. It’s very easy and user-friendly.
Here below is an example of a “poster” with certain key elements in bold to help you focus on the gender of adjectives etc. The information that changes for each person doing the poster is underlined.
Also, I have a powerpoint example. This blog for some reason doesn’t want to upload it here so please email me if you’d like me to send it to you as an attachment.
Attached here are examples for the three diario entries associated with our homes or dream homes. The first was assigned 11/28. Accompanying a couple of my examples are also pictures to give you some idea of what I’m talking about. Not all diario entries require visuals. Also, don’t forget that you are able to use all materials on these that you have including the class set of extra house vocab (light green or white sheets).