Learn About Africa: Flags and Names in Spanish! Pronunciation and Spelling (Kids)
In this one-time geography and language class, students will learn and practise accurate Spanish pronunciation while also learning the names of African countries in Spanish!
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In this class, we will fine-tune pronunciation of the letters in Spanish, also spending time identifying the differences between English and Spanish letters. Extra time and assistance will be given to identify key characteristics of Spanish phonics and pronunciation, and its subtle differences from English phonetics and pronunciation patterns. We will then take this knowledge and apply it to learning the names of many African countries, while also learning to identify their corresponding...
This class is taught in English.
Students will fine-tune their pronunciation in Spanish while deepening their connection to the Spanish phonetic system. They will also walk away with a new vocabulary of African countries in Spanish, which they can use to talk about geography, social studies or themes related to Africa when using their new language. Finally, the ability to recognize a handful of new world flags from the continent of Africa will also be added to their skill set.
2 files available upon enrollmentLearners will need a pencil and eraser for writing and access to the website above for our in class activity. Students are welcome to test out the accompanying website beforehand. A Spanish alphabet and phonetics chart is provided for students that would like to have it printed out to have on hand during the class, but it is not a requirement.
Pronunciation will be assessed and corrected, as necessary, throughout the theoretical and applied portions of the course.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Your Teacher of Languages (French, Spanish, English and some Mandarin) and African Diaspora Studies
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
29 total reviews
57 completed classes
I am a graduate of the University of Toronto Peace and Conflict Studies program (now Peace, Conflict and Justice), with a specialization in African Studies, and minors in Spanish and East Asian Studies. In addition to Spanish and Mandarin Chinese,...