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¡Saludos Amigos! Do you love to cook? Are you learning to speak Spanish? In this class we will do both. All you need is a desire to taste yummy food and learn some new Spanish words at the same time. In this class, we will learn the ingredients, kitchen tools, and instructions to make a mug brownie in the microwave-- all in Spanish. This class can be for kids who have had enough Spanish exposure to be able to read/sound out a few words, or even those who are more advanced and just love...
From my experience, kids learn languages much more quickly when they are doing something that interests them. Since this is a second language learning class, I feel real life exposure in the language will help them retain what they learn. Students are encouraged to bring a notebook to class to write the new words and recipe down.
Homework is optional: I would love for the students to practice their culinary skills, making the dessert for a friend or family member and using their new Spanish vocabulary to explain the process.
Please have the following supplies and ingredients ready before we begin class: oil (canola, sunflower, vegetable, or coconut) * if you use coconut oil, make sure it is liquified before class brown sugar water all purpose flour cocoa powder salt vanilla 2 TBS Chocolate Chips, and some for garnish Equipment: Tablespoon Teaspoon Half teaspoon microwavable mug (one that can hold at least 1 cup of ingredients) fork (to mix) * I am not sponsored by any cooking or baking products
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
At the end of class, we will review the new words we have learned, and test taste our food, of course!
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We are using the microwave, and students may need a little help handling the hot mug to view whether it is done cooking.
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Hello Friends! ¡Hola Amigos! My name is Julie. I live in a tiny town that probably has more animals than people! I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development from Utah State University, with minors in Spanish and Music. I also have...