Bilingual teaching

Discover effective strategies for bilingual teaching that will enhance student learning and promote language development. Explore top ideas to create a successful bilingual classroom and empower your students to become fluent in multiple languages.
WOW! I can’t believe how long I have waited to write a new post. Lots of new things are going on and I have totally neglected my blog. New house, new school and new city! I had been teaching in the same school for 6 years. This year I moved to my hometown and started... Read More Phonics, Spanish Language Learning, Spanish Classroom, Teaching Spanish, Learning Spanish, Spanish Reading, Spanish Teaching Resources, Spanish Lessons For Kids, Bilingual Activities

WOW! I can’t believe how long I have waited to write a new post. Lots of new things are going on and I have totally neglected my blog. New house, new school and new city! I had been teaching in the same school for 6 years. This year I moved to my hometown and started... Read More

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Agnes Khan
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Spanish Adjective Activities | Teaching descriptive adjectives is one of my favorite units in Spanish class! Here are five fun activities for teaching Spanish adjectives to describe a person physically or by personality. Find a complete unit with everything you need to get students describing themselves and others. Plus practice with no-prep worksheets, find a list of adjectives to define and find in a word search, and draw self-portraits to label physical characteristics, and other games!

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Vanessa Velasco
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Welcome back to my blog, friends! Today we are discussing Spanish reading fluency! As a second grade teacher, it is vital to have my students practice their fluency on a daily basis. At this point, they are still learning to read and are making the transition to reading to learn. It is common to see that most students who are struggling with fluency will most likely struggle with comprehension. Therefore, practice is the key for building fluency. When I work with my fluency intervention…

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Señorita Owens