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Writing a Novel Chapter Summary

Our students just finished the first three chapters of the novel Esperanza by Carol Gaab, of TPRS Publishing. So far, so good. I’ve been using the Teacher’s Guide, which is very helpful. And the audio book is a great support … Continue reading

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Teaching Commands through Context

I used to give students a handout of a graphic organizer for making the positive and negative tú commands. I would first go over the rules for making the command form and go over the irregulars with them. Then I … Continue reading

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Graphic Organizers

The following graphic organizers are a great way to help students understand the subject pronouns and verb conjugation. The Hand Graphic Organizer 1. Have students trace their right hand (or their left hand palm up). The idea is make sure … Continue reading

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Subject Pronouns

The Achilles heel of Spanish class. Don’t know your subject pronouns and you won’t be able to conjugate that verb. A topic that students MUST understand and master if they are to have any success the rest of the year. … Continue reading

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