Are you struggling to find lessons on Spanish and Latin American culture with authentic language that your students can understand? These lessons fulfill the world language culture standard and are for Spanish One through AP. Students learn how people in Spanish-speaking countries celebrate common holidays and also about the cultural practices unique to these countries (Las posadas, el día de los muertos, la sobremesa, etc.). They will also learn the vocabulary for the holidays and traditions and be able to talk about them in Spanish. Resources include PowerPoints with captivating visuals, digital and printable activities, Google Slides, autocorrecting Google Forms, Google Drive, Interactive Notebook and craft activities, projects, and videos. Students practice listening, reading, and writing. La cultura española y la cultura latinoamericana
SPANISH AND LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE BUNDLE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
Latin American and Spanish Culture and traditions are embedded in these PowerPoints and lessons on Christmas. Students learn the vocabulary for La Navidad and how other cultures celebrate this holiday. Easy for Spanish One students to understand because of the abundance of visuals. However, an English version is included. There are activities for Spanish One to AP Spanish. Digital versions included.
La Pascual alrededor del mundo: Easter Traditions in Spanish-speaking Countries Listening Activity with links to YouTube videos. Google Slides version included.
What do you do after your students have taken the AP Spanish test? This project answers that question. It is also a great cultural activity that can be used for Spanish Three and above. Students look for authentic recipes from Spanish-speaking countries on the internet, prepare them for the class and explain to the class how they made the recipe. In order to do that, students must have sufficient culinary vocabulary. This activity provides them with the necessary vocabulary, instructions and a rubric.
Students learn about the cultural tradition of La quinceañera. Product includes digital and printable activities, 20-slide illustrated PowerPoint, Google Slides PowerPoint, Self-correcting Google Forms Activity, speaking and listening assessment, and audio. These activities practice and assess students’ proficiency in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Students learn about LA PLAZA MAYOR of Spanish cities, the history, and what people do in the main square. There are two versions of the activity: a Google Slides digital version, and a printable version. They can be used as assessments or practice activities. The activities link to two online articles.
Students learn about the tradition of the sobremesa as practiced in Spain and Latin-America. They also learn about the differences between the dining and cultural practices of those in the U.S. and in Spanish-speaking countries. There are three versions of the activities: a Google Slides digital version, a printable version, and a no-prep, interactive, self-correcting, editable Google Forms activity with links. They can be used as assessments or practice activities. All activities link to two online articles.
For Spanish One through Four. El día del amor y la amistad: Students communicate in Spanish about what interests them most – love, boyfriends and girlfriends, using the vocabulary for Valentine’s Day. Students move from recognition to production as they listen, read, write, and speak about love and el día de los enamorados. Digital versions are included for distance learning.
El día de los muertos Bundle includes a 59-slide PowerPoint, three videos, Google Drive Activities, written and craft activities. Students of all levels learn about the practices of the Day of the Dead in Mexico and Latin America and the vocabulary associated with that custom. They describe the practices orally and in writing, write an essay comparing Halloween to el Día de los Muertos and listen to three native speakers talk about the DOD practices in their country and how those practices do and don’t conflict with their Christian beliefs. There are different versions for Spanish One, Two, Three, and advanced. Students make their own papel picado with a stencil. Digital activities are included for distance learning.
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