Everything you need to teach the Spanish vocabulary for the body and health is included in this no-prep bundle: engaging daily lesson plans, fun attention getters, illustrated PowerPoint, bell work, homework, games, video, student handouts, comprehensible input with stories and a video, digital escape room, and autocorrecting Google Forms activities and assessments. All you have to do is teach and correct. Students practice listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Digital versions are included for distance learning and 1:1 classrooms.
EL CUERPO Y LA SALUD LESSON PLANS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
~Five ninety-day no-prep step-by-step lesson plans: Everything you need for each day’s lesson is in the folder for that lesson, except the PowerPoint
~Continuous lesson plans in one PDF so you can print them out all at once
~86-slide El cuerpo y la salud PowerPoint: Begins by attaching to students’ prior knowledge of the grammatical structure “gustar” and all the indirect object pronouns. It transitions to explain the verb “doler” but teachers may skip the section on “gustar” and begin the lesson with “doler.” PowerPoint includes:
Most body parts including hand and head
Other health-related vocabulary such as “cold, flu, fever, ¿Cómo te sientes?”
Frequent question/answer interaction with students
A TPR story with photographs using the vocabulary in context
Quizzes at the end
~Spanish Body and Health Digital Escape Room: As students follow the clues to escape, they do activities to practice the body and health vocabulary, put a puzzle together and watch a video. Answer keys and sequence of clues included.
~5 minutes 49 second Video, “El cuerpo y la salud Lesson Video”:
Jessica talks about body parts. As she points to the body parts, images pop in to further aid comprehension.
Story in which Melanie gets sick and can’t go to the dance.
Story in which Melanie pretends to be sick so she can go to the beach instead of work. The expression “hace que” is used many times in context. “Hace dos días que estoy enferma.”
Cloze activity in which students fill in the missing words as they watch the video
Activity in which students answer the questions about the video
~TPRS: Vocabulary and story about two people in the desert that repeats the “tener expressions” in context. Includes True/False activity.
~PowerPoint attention getters and memes
~Student handout with the 49 body parts in Spanish and English and related vocabulary for EL CUERPO Y LA SALUD, such as: ¿Cómo te sientes? ¿Qué pasa? Tengo dolor de cabeza. Me duele la pierna. Debo ir al consultorio. ¿Todavía te duele? No, ya no me duele. Tengo gripe. Tengo un resfriado. El médico, etcétera.
~Student handout explaining the following: verbs “gustar” and “doler” and the use of the indirect object pronouns, “me, te, le, nos, os,” and “les” with example sentences; the singular and plural structure: Me duele el pie vs. Me duelen los pies.
~Student handout with 17 EXPRESIONES CON TENER such as, “tener prisa, tener que + infinitivo, tener suerte, tener hambre, tener cuidado, tener sueño, tener miedo, tener calor, tener sed, etcétera
~Digital versions of the PowerPoint and activities
~26 question, short answer, autocorrecting, auto-grading, and editable Spanish Body Parts Google Forms Activity or assessment with illustrations
~Games and competitions:
Listening activity in which students cross off the body parts they hear
Competition in which students obey the commands
PowerPoint Competition in which students say which body part hurts the person
~El cuerpo y la salud Lesson Paired activities
- Students grab the body part they hear
- Students ask each other which body part hurts certain people and answer according to the drawings: ¿Qué le duele a Rogelio?Le duele la pierna.
~Homework assignments with PowerPoint answers
~Tension PowerPoints: Tells students, in Spanish, what they will be studying and what they will do at the end of the lesson to demonstrate proficiency
~Interactive Notebook Activity, « ¿Qué le duele? » in which students complete the activity according to the drawings with the correct indirect object pronoun and the correct conjugated form of the verb “doler”
~Interactive Notebook Activity in which students listen to the description and draw the body parts they hear on the skeleton
~Interactive Notebook Activity LAS EXPRESIONES CON TENER in which students complete the sentence with tener expressions according to the images
~Test on body parts and health expressions with audio for listening assessment
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