A check list for students to use as they work their way through both modules. Can be ticked at end of each unit to give students a sense of what they have achieved.
Students try to guess as many of the quantities as they can before using the dictionary to fill in the rest and feed back to the class. Then I do the next sheet.
This would be one of the first sheets I give LCA 1. It lists the basic greetings in Spanish and when to use them.
A Blendspace (previously Edcanvas) with links to a compilation of resources for teaching greetings and introductions for LCA students. There are video files, worksheets and interactive exercises.
An edcanvas with resources for teaching and learning about the family for LCA students
An Edcanas with a compilation of resources for teaching and learning the numbers in Spanish
Word jumble on names of countries studied. I give as homework to practice spelling the countries.
Revision sheet based on numbers / months / days / basic greetings. Recaps topics from units 1 & 2. I use as homework at end of unit 2.
I use these to ensure I have proof that the students have completed the Key assignments. It makes it easier to keep track of who has done what. Students sign the sheet when assignment is completed and I date it.
Same as above
I show students this example of an ID card before they begin to make their own so they have something to go by.
I give students these few pages before they begin this key assignment to give them some kind of structure. They can follow the instructions and have a list of websites that are easily accessible. When they go to the computer room they have a list of quest ... Read More...
A sheet to guide students and give them some ideas about what they could do their 3rd key assignment on.
Can be given as worksheet where students need to write in name of food or made into matching game with names on different cards.
A comprehension based on a letter with all the personal information learned in unit 1. Students answer questions in English and then write a similar letter about their own personal information.
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