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Pre-K Let's Learn Spanish Class!

In this fun and engaging course, students meet once a week to learn Spanish vocabulary and basic grammar. Class material is presented and reviewed through interactive games, drawing, and play-acting making it ideal for young learners!
Babbling Brook Language School by Miss Jocelyn
149 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 14 learners
Class
30 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
3-5
year olds
3-8
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Class Experience

This class is taught in Spanish.
In addition to the numbers, 1-20 and the alphabet students will learn a variety of vocabulary in accordance with each month's theme. 

September Theme: Greetings/Introductions -I can have a simple conversation in Spanish and describe how I am feeling! 
Vocabulary/Greetings: Hola- Hello, Adios- Goodbye, Buenos Días- Good Morning/day, Buenas Tardes- Good Afternoon, Buenas Noches- Good Evening
Question Frame- Cómo estás? 
Sentence Frames- Estoy feliz- I am happy, Estoy bien- I am fine/ok, Estoy triste- I am sad, Estoy enojado- I am angry, Estoy cansado- I am tired, Estoy emocionado- I am excited. 

October Theme: Colors- I can identify different colors in Spanish. 
Vocabulary: Rojo- Red, Azul- Blue, Amarillo- Yellow, Verde- Green, Marrón- Brown, Rosado-Pink, Anaranjado- Orange
Question Frame- De qué color es?- What color is it?
Sentence Frame- Es....- It is "insert color"

November Theme: Actions- I can describe different actions I do.
Verbs- Saltar- to jump, Correr- to run, Caminar- to walk, Bailar- to dance, 
Question Frame- Qúe Haces?- What do you do?
Sentence Frame- Yo....- I "insert action"

December Theme Theme: Animals- I can identify animals and share what I see.
Vocabulary- Mascotas- pets, perro- dog, gato-cat, pez- fish, pájaro- bird, Animales- Animals, Leon- Lion, Jirafa- Giraffe, Elefante- Elephant, Tigre- Tiger 
Verb- Ver- to see
Question Frame- Qué ves?
Sentence Frame- Yo veo...I see...
Grammar Concept- Students will gain an understanding of how to make a word plural when they see more than one animal.

January Theme: The Weather
Vocabulary: Hace Frio- It is cold, Hace Calor- It is hot, Hace Buen/Mal tiempo- It is good/bad weather, Esta SoleadoLloviendo/Nublado- It is sunny/raining/cloudy
Question Frame- Cómo es el clima? - How is the weather
Sentence Frame- Hace....- It is "insert weather" OR Esta....It is "insert weather"

February Theme: Food- I can identify different foods and say what I eat.
Vocabulary: Pizza, Carne- meat, Queso-cheese, Verduras- vegetable, Ensalada- Salad, Lechuga- Lettuce, Brócoli- Brocoli, Zanahoria- carrot
Verb: Comer- to eat
Sentence Frame: Yo como....I eat "insert food"
Prepositions: Con/Sin- With/without - For example, I eat pizza with meat/ cheese or I eat pizza without meat.

March Theme: Family- I can tell others who is in my family
Vocabulary- Madre(s)- Mom(s), Padre(s)- Parents/Dads, Hermanos(as)- Siblings/Brothers/Sisters, Abuelos(as)- Grandparents
Sentence Frame- Yo tengo...I have "insert family members"

April Theme: Fun places to visit in the summer Summer is coming! Where Can we go? Ice Cream Shop & Park!
Vocabulary- La Heladería (ice cream shop)/ Helado (Ice Cream) - Bolas (scoops) / Sabores- Chocolate, Vainilla, Menta, Fresa (flavors- chocolate, vanilla, mint, strawberry), El Parque- The Park,  Flores- Flowers, árboles- trees, Pajaros-Birds, Patos- Ducks
Verb- Ver- to see
Question Frame- Qué ves?
Sentence Frame- Yo veo...I see...
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 encourage their children 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 new language in their brains. Occasionally additional activities for children to do outside of class will be posted in the classroom dashboard. These are optional but highly encouraged!
In this course, students will need minimal supplies. Any worksheets will be posted in the classroom portal before class starts. Information for this class will be presented via canva slide presentations and nearpod presentations which will be screen-shared with students. Students should come to class 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.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

Offered by

Babbling Brook Language School by Miss Jocelyn
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Instilling a Lifelong Love of Languages
149 total reviews
187 completed classes

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