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Beginner Semester Long Spanish Course (1/3) : Uses of "Estar-To be"
In this course, students learn how to use the verb "estar" to talk about how they and others feel and where people and objects are located. Students will have fun and gain confidence in their Spanish-speaking abilities. #confidence
Babbling Brook Language School by Miss Jocelyn
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Over 9 weeks
30 minutes per class
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Hola Estudiantes! Hello Students! In this class, we will become masters of the Spanish verb "Estar- to be". 🌟 Who is this class for? 1) This class is designed for beginner Spanish students. 2) Students with some previous exposure to the Spanish language (numbers, letters, introductions, greetings) 3) Students who want to not only learn Spanish but also have fun! 4) Students who do well with small class sizes (6 students or less). ********* 🌟How is this class structured? 1) 1st meeting...
This class is taught in Spanish.
Students will gain an understanding that the verb "estar" can be used to describe how people are feeling and where they are. QUESTION WORDS 1) ¿Dónde?-Where? 2) ¿Cómo?-How? CONJUGATION OF ESTAR- TO BE Yo estoy...I am Tú estás...you are La persona está...The person is Otras personas y yo estamos....other people and I are Vosotros estáis...you all are Las personas están...The people are EMOTIONS/EMOCIONES: *students will also gain an understanding of how to change these emotions when they are describing more than one person and learn the appropriate endings when describing people with different genders (people who identify as female, male and non-binary). Feliz- Happy Triste- Sad Cansado- Tired Enojado- Angry Emocionado- Excited Enfermo- Sick PLACES/LUGARES: El comedor- the dining room La cocina- the kitchen El dormitorio- the bedroom El baño- the bathroom La oficina- the office La sala de estar- the living room LA FAMILIA- Family: La Madre- The mom Las Madres- The moms El Padre- The dad Los Padres- The parents/dads El Abuelo- The Grandfather La Abuela- The Grandmother Los Abuelos- The Grandparents/Grandfathers Las Abuelas- The Grandmothers El Hermano- The Brother La Hermana- The Sister Las Hermanas- The Sisters Los Hermanos- The Siblings/Brothers Los MUEBLES- Furniture: Los Muebles- The Furniture La Lámpara- The Lamp La Sofa- The Sofa/Couch La Silla- The Chair La Mesa- The Table La Cama- The Bed La Computadora- The Computer
TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS: 1) Language or Education Background (Bachelors Degree and/or Teaching Certificate) 2) Native or Fluent Speaker 3) 5+ Years of Experience Working With Youth 4) Have Travelled or Lived in a Country or Territory Where Language is Spoken. 5) Believe in Creating an Inclusive and Welcoming Environment For All Students to Learn
There will be minimal work to do outside of class, however, it is highly suggested that families continue to practice the new vocabulary and concepts outside of the classroom. Practicing outside of class will give students the opportunity to relate the class material to their own life and environment which will help cement the language in their brains. Some weeks additional activities will be posted for children to do outside of class. These are always optional but highly encouraged! In our final week of class students will begin creating a book containing the vocabulary and sentence frames we've been practicing. While we will begin this in class some students may need additional time to complete it outside of class.
1 file available upon enrollmentIn this course, students will need minimal supplies. Any worksheets will be posted in the classroom portal before class starts so families have time to print. If you do not have access to a printer at home the teacher can also screen share the worksheet/activity so your child can still easily participate. Information for this class will be presented via Nearpod presentations which can be screen shared with students. In addition, Nearpod presentations allow students to access games and activities independently. The teacher is able to view student progress as they complete it on their own device. Instructions on how to use Nearpod can be viewed in the welcome message. No account is required. Depending on how quickly the students go through the material we may have time to do some additional exercises to practice the vocabulary. Please have your student bring a piece of paper and something to draw with to each class. If time allows we will use these materials to continue practicing the new words. Students should come prepared to speak Spanish, interact with their classmates, and have fun! If there are any additional supplies they will be listed in the classroom section before the class begins.
In the final week of class students will begin creating a book containing the vocabulary and sentence frames we've been practicing. This book gives students a chance to demonstrate what they have learned throughout the course. While we will begin this in class some students may need additional time to complete it outside of class.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This class welcomes students of all gender identities and we want to equip students with the knowledge of how to talk about people of different gender identities. Spanish is a gendered language and adjective endings sometimes change depending on the gender of the person being described. This class includes the adjective endings for those that identify as female, male and non-binary. 3rd party sources used in this class include Nearpod. Younger students may need assistance setting up Nearpod. A link to access the Nearpod presentation will be posted in the classroom dashboard prior to class. Clicking on this link will bring the student to the class presentation. No account is necessary to access Nearpod. A PDF with instructions on how to use this tool will be attached to the welcome message sent to families after enrollment. *Using Nearpod is optional as the teacher also has the ability to screen share the presentation and activities through Zoom.
3rd party sources used in this class include Nearpod. Nearpod allows students to draw on the presentation and demonstrate their knowledge in a nonverbal manner in addition to speaking activities and exercises. No account is necessary and using Nearpod is optional as the teacher also has the ability to screen share these activities. If your child would like to complete the Nearpod activities independently they can access it using the link posted in the classroom portal before each lesson. Students will be able to draw and complete activities on a separate device like a tablet or phone. Students can submit their work to the teacher so the teacher can gauge their progress and understanding of the class objectives. A PDF with more instructions on how to use this online tool will be sent with the welcome message after enrollment.
Babbling Brook Language School by Miss Jocelyn
Instilling a Lifelong Love of Languages
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
160 total reviews
215 completed classes
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