High school spanish

Enhance your high school Spanish learning experience with these fun and effective ideas. From interactive activities to immersive resources, discover the best ways to master the Spanish language.
This "Yo Vi Espanol" Spanish class bulletin board idea is a perfect ongoing project activity for any level of Spanish students. You can introduce this activity on the first day of school or at any time during the semester in elementary, middle school or high school. Use it as a project or for bonus points. It is authentic realia and Spanish classroom decor at the same time! Can't beat foreign language activities that serve as classroom decorations & learning ideas! #spanishclass #classroom High School, Spanish Classroom Bulletin Boards, Middle School Spanish, Elementary Spanish Classroom, Elementary Spanish, High School Spanish, Language Classroom Decor, Classroom Language, Classroom Decor High School

At the end of last year, I said I was going to take it easy on the beginning-of-year mayhem and NOT touch my bulletin boards for Spanish class. I was going to leave them as they were this year. Did that happen? Nope! I was bitten with the Spanish teacher bulletin board ideas bug again. I decided to modify a Yo Vi Espanol bulletin board after seeing an 'I See Spanish' idea on Pinterest. Spanish Teacher Bulletin Board Ideas with Authentic Realia On this Yo Vi Espanol bulletin board, the kids…

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Planted in Arkansas
Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more! Motivation, Spanish Games, Spanish Class, Spanish Activities, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Teacher, Spanish Students, Spanish, Spanish Lesson Plans

Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more!

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sabina alvarez
High School, Pre K, Bulletin Boards, English, Middle School Spanish, Elementary Spanish Classroom, Elementary Spanish, Teaching Spanish Middle School, High School Spanish

Okay. You got me. I’m a sucker for scrolling Instagram and Pinterest, looking at those BEAUTIFUL classrooms teachers have put together. You know, the ones that look like Hogwarts, or a cozy coffee shop, or are bright and airy? THOSE. But, as much as I love to look at them, that’s just not me. I ... Read More about Must Have Posters for Spanish Class

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Mariana Gonzalez
Classroom Setup, High School, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Décor, High School Spanish Classroom Decor, Middle School Classroom, Classroom Teacher, Classroom Decor, Spanish Classroom Decor

I can't believe it has taken me so long to blog about my Spanish class hat wall. After all, I've already moved to a new room and blogged about my new global luxe classroom style.. I first put up a hat wall in my Spanish classroom two years ago. I put the hat wall on a small wall between two windows to kind of serve as an accent wall. The Hubs help me put the hat wall together, and it took a lot of trial and error to get it the way I wanted it. Forgive the cheesing Amy you see

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Susyt
Spanish Classrooms Tour: A Look into Over 30 Classrooms Classroom Ideas, High School, Organisation, Escuela, Spanish Classroom, High School Spanish Classroom Decor, Spanish Classroom Decor, Spanish Teacher, Classroom

Inside: A peek into dozens of Spanish classrooms, of all kinds, shapes, and sizes! A well-designed room won’t make or break your teaching. Oh, but it can make a difference in how you and your students feel. Some of you have very limited options, and very tight budgets. There’s some serious classroom eye-candy here, but the

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Maria Roman