How are your students doing with writing in Spanish class? Are they learning the new vocabulary related to the unit, some new grammar structures, and then writing what sounds like a preschooler’s story? And do they all sound the same???
Are your Spanish students preparing to take a test to earn the Seal of Biliteracy? If so, here is a short post about what they can expect to do on a test like the AAPPL test for writing skills.
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Can your students earn the Seal of Biliteracy? If you’re curious, this is an award given to graduating high school students who are proficient in at least one language other than English. Read more to learn how to institute it in your school!
I’m not sure how I never knew about these before, but Situational Task Cards have changed my life as a Spanish Teacher!!! Situational task cards are a set of scenarios that are all related to the same theme. Each scenario is slightly different, and they can be used MULTIPLE times in the same unit for speaking, writing and assessment. I LOVE when I can create something once and use it over and over- it saves so much time in planning and copying or posting! Here are some of the ways I am using task cards in my Spanish classes!
Do you struggle with motivating your students to write more and to write more creatively? Need a fresh approach to presentational or interpersonal writing? Drowning in correcting, but you know that your students need feedback before their big assessment? This blog post is for you! Find 5 ways to create Spanish class winter-themed writing activities for your students!