sábado, 8 de diciembre de 2018

La Rutina Diaria... otra vez

In Spanish 2, I am tied to certain units and one is the Daily Routine, but instead of the long vocabulary list with tons of reflexive verbs, I have used five stories (and blogged about it here).

This semester we are focusing on one story: "No voy a levantarme". We will use an embedded reading and students will do all the nuggets.

I am not going to spend a lot of time on the other stories. I will quickly do a "Listen and Draw" for one or two or them, probably in the past tense. Students will listen and draw, watch the videos, and then do a Textivate to read the text.

This year I am adding three Edpuzzles (with Pablo from Dreaming Spanish) and a BVP style Task to the unit. Students did the first Edpuzzle to learn about Pablo's day and to get lots of CI! Sharing them here in case anyone can use them!

And then they did this Task (make a copy here). Recommended: Read more about BVP's Tasks here.

Students will also do these two Edpuzzles (here and here) where Pablo's friend Adrià talks about his daily routine. One, or both of these, will be Interpretive Listening Assessments.

4 comentarios:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing all of your awesome resources. Question - I know there is a way to copy EdPuzzles to be in my content, but I can't figure it out. Or do you need to make yours sharable first? Help!

  2. NEVER MIND! Wow, just realized I had to click on the tab in your text rather than do something with the embedded video on the page. Oops :)

  3. I could use two summers in a row just to sift through all of the amazingness you create and figure out what I need to add in to my curriculum! You're such a rockstar- thank you for sharing so much!! I was *not* excited to deal with reflexive verbs next year, and with your help, I'm thinking of it less as teaching-reflexive-verbs and more about talking about our daily routines- which is obviously way more interesting!

    1. Ha, ha! Thanks!

      Yes, this is such a better way to teach the "reflexives" unit (blech!).

      Let me know if you need anything or have any questions.