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Spanish Teacher Questions

Ask Me Anything! Your Spanish Teacher Questions Answered!

High school teachers can often feel very isolated in their work. Spanish teacher questions may go unanswered because we’re a department of one or because we don’t have much free time to collaborate with our colleagues. Recently, I asked my email list to send me their questions. They didn’t disappoint! This post will contain answers that are a bit quicker, and future posts will be dedicated to other questions that may require longer answers!

Bell-ringer activities for Spanish class

Bell-Ringer Activities for Spanish Class

How do you start your Spanish classes? This year we have a new school-wide initiative to do bell-ringers, or do-nows, or schema activators or warm-ups… there are so many names for them! Research shows that if you have an academic routine to start each class, it increases time on task and readiness for new learning! If having students self-start each class, while you take attendance, check homework and help the new kid sound good to you, bell-ringer activities for Spanish class are for you!

Argumentative Essay

The Argumentative Essay on the AP Spanish Exam: Part 1

The Argumentative Essay on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam is “arguably” on of the most difficult tasks. It is the open-ended section that takes the most time. It really challenges students to demonstrate excellent reading and listening comprehension as well as their vocabulary and grammar. But it also requires some specific knowledge of good writing skills and how to include specific requirements that AP Scorers are looking for.