Over the summer, I had time to organize the stories I teach. I was able to a document the story, its targeted vocabulary structures, grammar pop-ups and even cultural notes.
This is for an 8th grade (second year of level 1), however it is the first year they use learn through storytelling.
You will see a mix of Senor Wooly, MovieTalks, and well as stories I’ve written myself. You can check out this google doc and make a copy for your own editing purposes.
Spanish 1B Curriculum
Obviously, this is a work in progress, but hopefully it will give you some ideas for your own classroom.
And even though its 100% storytelling, I went through the high school curriculum my students feed in to and I “cover” all the topics that they do with their textbook.
This is a helpful post! Having a bit of trouble opening the Google doc, but I’m clearing cookies and browsing data to see if that helps.
1) So you do targeted input I assume. Have you had discussions with non-targeted input proponents? Or do you do a mix of targeted input and non-targeted input?
2) I see that you have “pop-up” planned. Have you done any other posts on the nature of this planned pop-up (which seems like an oxymoron)?
Love following your stuff!
To be honest, the pop-ups aren’t really planned. Those are just some of things that you *could* talk about. It is really just an outline. There are probably other things that “pop up” during the lesson.
Personally, I do more targeted than non-targeted, but of course there are always things that come up that I don’t target that are part of a story.