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Beginning Spanish with Stories & Games for Chicos & Puppets - Lessons 17-24 FLEX
Books geared toward beginning Spanish students, puppet conversations, and games we can play together asynchronously will be our tools for language learning in this eight-week flexible schedule course.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
Over 8 weeks
No live meetings
Stories, laughter, puppets, and games make compelling forces in language-learning! In this class, those at or near the beginning of their Spanish-language journey will practice different kinds of phrases and dialogues each week while playing games and listening to simple books. No previous Spanish knowledge is required. Note that while this "Lessons 16-24" course functions as a great sequel to the courses, "Beginning Spanish with Stories & Games for Chicos & Puppets - Lessons 1-8 (FLEX)" and...
I received a minor in the Spanish language with my bachelor degree (2011). Later, I went on to complete the seven-week level 5 Spanish course at Roca Blanca Spanish School in Catalotepec, Mexico (2018). I have taught group Spanish classes to a variety of ages ranging from preschool through high school over a period of six years, five years of which have been online. Additionally, I have been raising my children primarily in Spanish since 2016.
In addition to engaging with the weekly videos, each week I ask that learners: 1 - Submit their "puppet conversation" video, using either puppets or stuffies, 2 - Participate and our asynchronous games, 3 - Submit complete worksheet(s) Some weeks there are also Kahoot quizzes for review. Optional: Some learners who are already reading may wish to submit recordings of themselves reading the book of the week. I love receiving those as well!
I provide weekly class notes, a printable version of the week's story, at least one worksheet (tracing, cut-and-paste or drawing) for learners who may not be reading and writing on their own yet and at least one other worksheet for learners who are, plus a game. Having access to a printer is very useful. Learners also need puppets or stuffies for conversations.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Learners will use Kahoot quizzes in this course. They do not have to create an account with Kahoot to participate.