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below to view the links in those categories. It may take up to a few days
for me to approve them. Remember to check all these sites for yourself
before using them in class. Some entries may be interesting for teachers,
but not appropriate for use with students. Thanks!
Build your own Jeopardy game template (not PowerPoint) or use games
others have made.
Quia is a great
way for your students to practice vocabulary and grammar using Flash
games. Lots of free games. With an account, the teacher can easily
make their own activities and keep track of student progress. Try
it for 30 days free.
This site gives you links to some good grammar tutorials from different
colleges. There are also links to Spanish dictionaries, study aids
Books on PowerPoint to read with your classes. The CD-ROM includes
the PowerPoint book, a worksheet packet and a narrated MP4 of the
Great source of reading books in Spanish and French. Mary Sosnowski
is very knowledgeable about her books so whatever your needs are,
she can help you out.
Books, VDs, CDs and more in various languages. Great selection!
y su Ángel
All in Spanish
and acceptable for all classes. Heartwarming story about an orphaned
boy who finds the "Angel" God has sent him.
Venezuela story about five girls from different walks of life who
come together to form a band. Fun story, in Spanish, acceptable for
the Same Moon -- La Misma Luna
Primarily in English, but with some Spanish. Acceptable for all classes.
Warm story of an illegal Mexican mother's attempt to make a better
life int he US for her son.
In English. Classic film with Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren as
Spain's Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar and his wife Chimene. Acceptable
for all classes.
DVD version of the TV series from PBS about an Hispanic family i east
LA. Mostly in English, but with some Spanish. Some language and topics
might not be acceptable to some classes.
Based on the true story of Óscar Romero, Archbishop of San
Salvador, who was assassinated on March 24, 1980. Stars Raúl
Julia and Tony Plana. In English, with some Spanish. Some violence.
The El Salvadoran civil war is made real in this intense movie about
11-year-old Chava who is trying to escape being recruited into either
army when he turns 12. Very strong language and violence. Will probably
need a parental permission slip for most high school classes.
In Spanish. Works well for Spanish classes. Funny and enjoyable for
students. Acceptable for all classes.
Jennifer Lopez plays rising star Selena as her story unfolds, culminated
in her death at the hands of one of her fans. In English.
In English. Marta learns that there is more to life than her Quinceañera
party when she discovers the truth about her parents.
Use these core modules to set your students up with new identities,
then use those identities as characters in your class that can be
or do anything. Great fun!
New Spanish t-shirts coming out all the time! From Chalkboard Productions.
By Design T-Shirts
T-shirts by Learning By Design. Good quality, nice designs, in many
languages. (I can't find their website address so if anyone knows
it, please send it to me
so I can link to them.)
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