Updates

Just a few quick notes. On Wednesdays we will be posting a link on our twitter (@spanishplans) whether it be a web2.0 tool, cool Spanish sites, education sites, or other sites of interests to educators.

Our previous two:
Wed, March 16:  http://capl.washjeff.edu/index.php Culturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon: images for language learning
Wed, March 9:  Our first website includes games and activities in Spanish: http://www.hello-world.com/Spanish/index.php

***Updated: All links to these websites are now featured on our sqworl.

TeachersPayTeachers Updates: We posted two new products utilizing songs in your Spanish class. One I used for a 4 day week as Bell Ringer cloze listening activity. The other one has 4 songs that feature preterite form verbs.

Canciones Songs for Spanish Bell Work
Features songs by Jesse & Joy and Juanes. Includes complete lyrics and cloze lyrics and also a list of cognates. Also links to the official music videos.

Preterite Canciones Songs for Past Tense Spanish
4 songs: Juanes, Maná, Camila, Nelly Furtado
Includes full lyrics.
Forms of past tense in songs include:
se lanzó, llegó, se conectó, contó, regresó, se quedó, mató, enterró, enseñó, prometió, tracionó, tronaron, fue, encontró, desapareció, amó, creció, abandonó, maltrató, fue, preguntó, negó, dio, lastimó, escuchó, quiso, olvidó, llevó, se apagó, lloró, cambió, vi, me convertí, fue, fui, tembló, escribió, pasó, sentí, me sorprendió, estuve, tuve, di, fue, me sentí, vi, busqué, encontré, llegaste, sangró, perdí

About spanishplans

Spanish Teacher in Chicago. Have studied or traveled to Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Uruguay. Have taught level 1 at middle and high school levels. Degree in Spanish and Master's in Teaching and Leadership. Blogger www.SpanishPlans.org
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