Aquí les dejo estas tarjetas con vocabulario de comida. Hoy las laminé, corté y las usé en clase para jugar memoria con mis alumnas. Son una manera genial para mantenerlas entretenidas e intentar que recuerden todo. Si gustan hacer el ejercicio un poco más difícil, pídanles que formulen una oración cada vez que le den vuelta a una tarjeta. ¡Suerte!
This vocabulary handout is super useful for my students. I always give them this at the beginning of the lesson so they can have something to refer back to. We do a lot of conversational Spanish and they definitely need to have this handy at first; with some practice, they learn to let go and practice the vocabulary on their own. By making it colorful, I'm helping them stay motivated and it's also easier for them not to loose the papers I give them.
This is you most basic lesson. ABCs in Spanish. It is pretty similar as english, except for a couple of additions. I use this handout for my students, it's pretty basic, but they love it!!! Having colorful images helps a lot to remember the letters.
1. Give this handout to your students:
They will love it! ... and will follow along as you pronounce each letter for them.
It's important that your students do listening activities so they get used to hearing these letters. I usually do a brief "dictado" of five words every day for one week or until I see improvement.
Playing games, such a spelling bee contest, is a great way for students to practice the ABCs in Spanish. The more competitive it gets, the more fun they have. Encouraging them with small prizes such as cute pencils, erasers, etc will be a great way to engage them.