Spanish - Members of the Family with Gummy Bears
Fun and effective way of teaching young children how to identify family members in Spanish
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Students will learn how to identify family members in a fun and interactive way that will be seen, hands-on (kinesthetic), and heard (auditory) which cover three of the four styles of learning. All interaction will be through video chat where they will be able to see my Gummy Bears and I will be able to see theirs so I can give them feedback and praise. The lesson will be divided into three parts: 1. Learn the female/male endings of words (Abuelo = Grandpa/Abuela = Grandma) 2. Learn the...
Students will be able to learn how to identify family members in Spanish.
I have taught and worked with children for over five years. Currently I am a middle school english teacher and a youth track and field coach. I lived in Mexico for two years and there worked with hundreds of young children teaching them english. I taught this course, but in reverse (teaching english), and had great success in having kids learn how to count and identify colors.
Paper Pen/Pencil Gummy Bears
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
In order to eat the gummy bears students will be asked specific questions that they must answer correctly.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Adam GibbySpanish Teacher, Travel Professional, Content Editor, Running Coach and Outdoor Enthusiast
151 total reviews
103 completed classes
Hello!! You know that guy who has a little bit of knowledge about the most random things in the world? Yeah, that's me. I am fluent in Spanish, know all the tips and tricks to travel, have had my content videos featured on ESPN, and I've coached...