Spanish interactive notebook

Enhance your Spanish learning experience with these creative and engaging interactive notebook ideas. Discover how to make your language learning journey more fun and interactive.
Beginning of the year vocabulary booklet in our Spanish interactive notebooks. Section 4: Vocabulary Montessori, Interactive Notebooks, Spanish Interactive Notebook, Vocabulary List, Spanish Teaching Resources, Textbook, Spanish Language Learning, Elementary Spanish, Vocabulary In Context

As a new teacher, I gave an enormous vocabulary list at the beginning of each unit. Then I drilled and quizzed the life out of it-- and still found that my students forgot most of it by the end of the year! Now, I always try to introduce vocabulary in context, and in much smaller amounts. I have two main ways to record vocabulary. Most of the time, it's in sets of three (pictured first, below) and the surrounding pages contain stories and input surrounding those phrases. I also have a…

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Spanish Mama
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Spanish Interactive Notebooks If you've read my posts on teaching Spanish without a textbook, you know I've moved away from teaching explicit grammar. I don't introduce verb charts until at least December, and every year that gets later. For the first part of the year, our grammar section sits empty. This is because students are acquiring grammar structures through comprehensible input, even when they don't know it. Our 'class content' section is chock-full of grammar. It's just not…

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Cassidy Lancaster
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Spanish Interactive Notebooks If you've read my posts on teaching Spanish without a textbook, you know I've moved away from teaching explicit grammar. I don't introduce verb charts until at least December, and every year that gets later. For the first part of the year, our grammar section sits empty. This is because students are acquiring grammar structures through comprehensible input, even when they don't know it. Our 'class content' section is chock-full of grammar. It's just not…

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Isabel Rodriguez
Spanish Notebook Section 4: Vocabulary - Spanish Mama Spanish Interactive Notebook, Spanish Education, Spanish Teacher Resources, Spanish Classroom Activities, Spanish Curriculum, Spanish Basics, Spanish Lesson Plans, Bilingual Classroom, Spanish Teaching Resources

As a new teacher, I gave an enormous vocabulary list at the beginning of each unit. Then I drilled and quizzed the life out of it-- and still found that my students forgot most of it by the end of the year! Now, I always try to introduce vocabulary in context, and in much smaller amounts. I have two main ways to record vocabulary. Most of the time, it's in sets of three (pictured first, below) and the surrounding pages contain stories and input surrounding those phrases. I also have a…

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Beth Ball
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Hi all!! I hope you all have enjoyed your summer as much as I have. Mine was busy, busy, busy and packed full of changes. I'll save all that for another post, but I wanted to publicly address some questions that I've recently received from several readers who are interested in starting Spanish interactive notebooks in their classes this upcoming school year. Thanks guys for inspiring me to jump back on the blog train and share what's worked for me in regards to using Spanish interactive…

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Viviana Villegas
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Spanish Interactive Notebooks If you've read my posts on teaching Spanish without a textbook, you know I've moved away from teaching explicit grammar. I don't introduce verb charts until at least December, and every year that gets later. For the first part of the year, our grammar section sits empty. This is because students are acquiring grammar structures through comprehensible input, even when they don't know it. Our 'class content' section is chock-full of grammar. It's just not…

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