Training Session #1: 8 Steps to a Productive Summer (Step 3) - Resources for your Spanish Classroom
Once again, we are revisiting Training Session #1 and completing Step 3 of 8 Steps to a Productive Summer!
Step 3 to a productive summer will be to provide at least 1 example of a song for the Spanish classroom. Songs can be traditional or modern with a twist! Feel free to share the lyrics or a video. Please include the following when sharing your song(s):
- What level(s)?
- What is the target vocabulary?
- What is the target grammar?
- What is the cultural element?
For example, on the Descubre el español con Santillana website, you will find a few examples of songs that are included in the program. You can listen to the songs, play them in your classroom, and even download the lyrics.
- Levels- K-5
- Target vocabulary- General
- Target grammar- General
- Cultural element- Hispanic music
This week, the BEST 5 will win a FREE Descubre el español con Santillana Canciones CD*! This CD includes traditional songs and traditional songs with new lyrics that will have your students singing all the way home! The best 5 will be chosen Thursday, July 26. Let the sharing begin!
Ready, set, SHARE!
*Before you share, you must be registered to win the free prize. If you haven’t registered for our Professional Development Summer Series, please click here!
Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.
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