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by Marianne Mitchell

Download Say It in Spanish!: Language and Activities for the Elementary Classroom eBook
ISBN:
1563084341
Author:
Marianne Mitchell
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Libraries Unlimited; Teachers Guide edition (January 15, 1997)
Pages:
122 pages
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1624 kb
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1128 kb
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1888 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
249


This is a great book for the classroom. The book includes many fun interactive activities in Spanish.

This is a great book for the classroom.

Say It in Spanish! book. To simplify learning, the lessons, vocabulary, and activities are limited to what is needed for the elementary classroom. Even if you have never taken a Spanish course before, this resource will make it easy to learn the basics you need to know.

Say It In Spanish! Communicate easily and effectively with Spanish-speaking students and their parents in no time This handy book will help you learn the basics of Spanish and can also be used for teaching.

Say It In Spanish! Communicate easily and effectively with Spanish-speaking students and their parents in no time This handy book will help you learn the basics of Spanish and can also be used for teaching students the essentials. It even includes tips for parent-teache. ABC-Clio, LLC. Book Format. ENG. Number of Pages.

by Marianne Mitchell. ISBN13:9781563084348.

What others are saying.

Most of these mini lessons and activities are what some would consider to be a part of circle time or a class introduction. What others are saying. A long list of free Spanish printables plus ideas for creating Montessori-inspired Spanish color activities using some of the printables.

Find nearly any book by Marianne Mitchell. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Marianne Mitchell. ISBN 9781572741409 (978-1-57274-14) Softcover, Richard C. Owen Publishing, 1999.

Having some fun classroom activities can make students active after lunch hour Are you looking for some interesting fun classroom activities to make your learning session interesting and engaging?

Having some fun classroom activities can make students active after lunch hour. Some teachers would make it plainly fun games while some others use it as a strategy to revise what is learned in the previous classes

Spanish Numbers Interactive Activity fun activity to dial the phone number as you listen to the numbers being said in Spanish

Spanish Numbers Interactive Activity fun activity to dial the phone number as you listen to the numbers being said in Spanish. Spanish Alphabet Games online games perfect for elementary students starting to learn Spanish. Students practice the alphabet and simple vocab related to it.

Say it in a loud voice. One minute to finish that activity. It’s nearly time to go.

Classroom English For Teachers Image 1. Useful Classroom English For Teachers Image 2. Classroom English For English Teachers Image 3. THE BEGINNING OF THE LESSON Classroom English. Say it in a loud voice. Louder, please! Again, please. Are your desks tidy? Don’t forget to bring you. omorrow. The next class is waiting (outside/ to come in). You’ll be late for your next class (if you don’t stop now). We’ll have to finish this tomorrow/ in the next lesson. Look at the time/ What time is it now?

Communicate easily and effectively with Spanish-speaking students and their parents in no time! This handy book will help you learn the basics of Spanish and can also be used for teaching students the essentials. It even includes tips for parent-teacher meetings and simple notes in Spanish and English to send home with Spanish-speaking students. To simplify learning, the lessons, vocabulary, and activities are limited to what is needed for the elementary classroom. Even if you have never taken a Spanish course before, this resource will make it easy to learn the basics you need to know. Ideal for Spanish as a Second Language (SSL) classes and FLES (Foreign Language in the Elementary Schools), bilingual, and homeschooling programs, this book is a great resource for schools with Spanish-speaking populations. Grades K-6.

  • Danial
This book belongs to high school not Elementary ... Letters are too small and it's complicated to understand for a child learning Spanish .
  • Lamranilv
This is a great book for the classroom. The book includes many fun interactive activities in Spanish.
  • Coiwield
Wow! There is a LOT packed into this book! She begins with explaining the basic phonetics of the language, and gives lots of examples throughout the book. The chapters are well laid out in an order that makes sense, and the first page of each chapter has a nice little concise box that gives an overview, and the index is great as well!

There are a few confusions, I think, for non-Spanish speakers, that are completely unintentional in the book, but I fear without a CD, some parents (or adults) might say a word or phrase incorrectly without that audio support.

On the whole, I absolutely recommend this book as a textbook for any parent wanting to teach and learn Spanish along with their child. I teach a Crash Course Spanish for Parents, and was so happy to see that this book will help the students signed up for that class to continue on without too much trepidation. I have heard back from most of the parents that this is exactly what they need to help them use the kids' books as they teach their family. Well done! Just grab a CD to go along with this, and you'll be golden!

Sra. Gose
Author of Flip Flop Spanish: Ages 3-5: Level 1 &Flip Flop Spanish: Ages 3-5: Level 2
  • Doukasa
The activities and guides in this book have been helpful to my husband and me as we attempt to learn a new language. It is a very positive addition to our classes and other written materials. Now, if I can just find a brain that doesn't go blank at my age. . . . As a former middle school and high school teacher, I can see merit to using this in an elementary classroom. I can also see merit in using it with senior learners.