Spanish House and Furniture Video

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La casa y los muebles is a five-minute video that walks students through the house and describes all the furniture, household items of each room, la mesa, las sillas, los sillones, la alfombra, el cuadro, el fregadero, el inodoro, el espejo, to name a few. The video is interactive, so students answer questions intermittently.

Price
$4.99
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
Video; Activities; Printables
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La casa y los muebles is a five-minute video that walks students through the house and describes all the furniture, household items of each room, la mesa, las sillas, la alfombra, el cuadro, el fregadero, el inodoro, el espejo, to name a few. The video is interactive, so students answer questions intermittently.
This Spanish House and Furniture Video includes the following resources:
  • 4:50 second video describing the house, furniture, and items in each room of the house. After every room is described, there are comprehension questions, so students interact with and process small sections at a time. The rooms in the house that are described are: la sala de estar, la sala, la cocina, el lavadero, el pasillo, el dormitorio, el baño y el comedor.
 
  • Student handouts of vocabulary for the house, rooms of the house, furniture in the house / los muebles / and kitchen items, related adjectives, chores / los quehaceres / related verbs and the expressions, “tener que + infinitive, tener ganas de + infinitive, tener razón,” and, “estar equivocado.”
 
  • Video cloze activity in which students listen and fill in the missing words. This video does not have Spanish subtitles because it is a listening activity. Students may look at the script before hand if you would like them see the words first. I recommend showing the video several times.
 
  • Activity in which students answer the questions shown in the video.

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