Getting students to feel more comfortable speaking Spanish in class is hard. Using leveled questions to improve student participation and being able to scaffold and differentiate the questions can increase student confidence!
Anyone out there consider themselves a “culo inquieto”? Am I allowed to say that on a blog?? 😉 We all have students who need activities that require movement in Spanish class. And we have lots more who like the chance to get out of their seats. I always try to remember these students when I find myself sitting for a meeting that lasts several hours. Our students are asked to sit all day long. So here are some ideas to get students up and out of their seats!
Looking for a way to recognize Hispanic Heritage Month with your high school students? Here is one you can use TODAY!