Engage your Spanish students with the popular web-based trivia game, Gimkit!
Comprehensible Online 2019 ends on April 30 and I've been cramming in as many sessions as I can! I can't wait to attend again in 2020! So many great presentations from so many wonderful and enthusiastic language teachers! For those of you who don't know about Comprehensible Online (I just learned about it in February... Continue Reading →
I have been so blessed to find a community of Spanish educators who love to support and uplift each other as we each work to create materials for our Spanish classrooms (and yours)! Each of these ladies and gentlemen works tirelessly in their classrooms to create and then share their materials on Teachers Pay Teachers.... Continue Reading →
I love teaching Spanish and creating quality materials for my class. But I also recognize my own limitations (time, for one. There's NEVER enough time). For that reason, I'm so thankful to have found some really good teacher-authors who are creating high-quality materials! Finding some trusted sellers saves me some time and provides me with... Continue Reading →
My Spanish 3 students have been working through La Vampirata and we are just about to wrap it up this week! In anticipation for the ending, I chose a final project for students to complete last week. Students were given four options and had to complete two out of four. They had to complete one... Continue Reading →
Google Classroom is a great tool for educators! But many educators do not know this little secret: You can customize each of your classrooms with headers! So, what is a Google Classroom header? The header is the graphic that will show along the top portion of the screen whenever students access their Google Classroom accounts.... Continue Reading →
This past week in Spanish 1, we finally got to do my "Roll & Draw Your Own Alebrije" activity. For me, it was one of my most anticipated lessons of October. I am fascinated with the wonderful creations that my students designed! Plus, they had so much fun! Take a look at a few of... Continue Reading →
If you haven't seen the movie Coco, or travelled to Oaxaca or Mexico City, Mexico, maybe you aren't familiar with the term "alebrijes." (Pronounced Al - lay - bre - hays) And if you have watched the movie Coco, chances are you are familiar with Disney's "spirit guides," as alebrijes are called in the movie. But... Continue Reading →