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Quick chart? AP SPANISH LANGUAGE

Learning Spanish through music: La Tortura, by Shakira. Great song that you'll never be able to get out of your head!

Good idea - Weather unit introduction

This video is part of a lesson to learn how to start a basic conversation in Spanish. The video includes several common Spanish phrases and questions... Enjoy it! ¡Qué lo disfruten! www.spanishlearni...

Verbos reflexivos. Para trabajar el vocabulario.

▶ How to introduce yourself and others in Spanish - YouTube

Excellent short cartoon play about Don Quixote de La Mancha y Sancho Panza.

List of Best Free Sites to Watch Spanish-Language TV Online #Spanish #Free

Looking for new movies to show in your Spanish classroom

The History of the Spanish Language - YouTube. This is AMAZING - interesting, on the kids' level, and concise!

▶ Historia Del Ecuador PARTE 1 - YouTube

Here is a new Spanish video. It includes how to say your name in Spanish, ask for names, saying who you are and three ways to introduce others in Spanish. Enjoy it! Main Spanish lesson: www.spanishlearni...

Alex Ubago-Cada Dia acustico Una muy bella canción. We listened to it on Sept. 11. We did a close activity as a listening comprehension activity. We also talked about similes, as there are a lot of them in the song. Kids really like it. :)

Why shouldn't I use Google Translate?

Why shouldn't I use Google Translate?

Mango Punch - QUE ME PONGO Video

Que hora es

But if you listen, you may learn something new.

FREE Newspaper Clipping Generator~ Type in a fun, fake name for your newspaper, add the date, and enter your own article details. In about three minutes you'll have a clipping that looks something like this one. Fun, free, and a great way to teach expository writing!

Great Tips for "Flipping a CLassroom". Educators Evaluate Flipped Classrooms. www.spanish-schoo...

Spanish Expressions in dialogs and lessons

7 Great Activities to Teach the Present Progressive