Engaging Food Input

One of my favorite units is teaching about food. You can probably tell from the number of resources I’ve shared dealing with Comida.

Here are some great input that will have students remembering key phrases and vocabulary related to the Spanish food unit. Also, below is our first ever caption contest.

Napoleon Dynamite clip en español.

Tienes que comer Tina

“Estás muy gorda, pero sigue comiendo.
Tina, come. Cómete todo. ¡Tienes que comer!”

hambre y sueno
Cuando Tienes Sed

me encanta el helado

Tengo Sed

Hola Soy Milk

Random winner to receive 10

The following images are in need of captions, so we are holding our first caption contest. Please include the picture number and your caption in the comment. All comments will be entered to win and choose using a random generator. Winners will receive 10 “Soy Milk” Postcards that measure 4″x6″.

Caption These Images and Automatically Enter our Contest:

1) Caption 1

2) caption 2

3) Caption 3

4) caption4

Be sure to include a contact (such as twitter name or email address) in your comment so you can be notified if you are selected as the winner. Every comment will be considered one entry; there is no limit on the comments you can make. Contests ends November 27, 2013 (12:00am ET) the day before Thanksgiving and winners will be announced November 27th.

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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1 Response to Engaging Food Input

  1. Petra says:

    Nice and funny. 🙂

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