Lesson plans for COVID-19 school closure / 10+ days of Spanish class work

Many school districts have asked their teachers to provide up to two-weeks of printable lesson plans for students to be able to complete at home in case of emergency school closure in relation with the containment of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Creating a single sub plan is a big enough task, but creating multiple weeks’ worth of…

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Play “Go fish!” in language classes

Instead of playing with a deck of cards, play this familiar children’s game with original cards filled with images or text as an opportunity to to get students speaking in low-risk situation even as they continue interacting with a text (’cause it’s all about the input, baby!). Before you play Go Fish Prepare students for…

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Flu plans

Are you a Spanish teacher? Are you worried that you will catch the flu this school year? Do you want to be prepared with a ready-to-go sub plan? I’m your gal 🙂 If you answered “no” to any of those three questions, this post may still be of some use to you. It’s 9:30 on Saturday…

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Ready-to-go sub plans

I recently learned that this time of the year is when folks in Alaska are the sickest because people don’t pick up their dog poop from the yard all winter. Now that temperatures are finally above freezing, the poo is mushy and ready for kids that are excited to play outside to track it into…

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