RE: [MaestrosdeEspanol] End of the year Spanish 1 project
- I love your project!! great, affordable, practical, useful and fun.
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2010 19:33:09 -0700
Subject: Re: [MaestrosdeEspanol] End of the year Spanish 1 projectMy end of the year project for all middle schoolers is a legacy project. They will create and produce a game that they will leave as their legacy for the students who will follow behind them. The games will combine 2 or more related topics and could be board games, card, puzzles, word searches, etc. The object is to create a game that will help the students review topics that they have learned.
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From: emilywerhane <emilywerhane@...>
Sent: Tue, March 30, 2010 1:54:31 PM
Subject: [MaestrosdeEspanol] End of the year Spanish 1 project
I teach 7th and 8th grade Spanish 1a and 1b. I have had my 8th graders for two years as I am the only Span. teacher at my school. As graduation approaches (we have 6 weeks left) my 8th grade students are getting pretty rowdy, chatty, and unfocused, even kids who are usually well-behaved. In addition to tightening up my structure in class, I was thinking that perhaps I can do an end of the year project with them - something that encompasses a lot of the material we have covered. My students have a pretty good vocab base and we just finished up past tense verbs. Does anyone have a favorite project that might be good for the end of the year? One thing I thought of is a children's book? Any ideas? Thanks!!!!
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- I remember somebody asking me for my lesson on greetings and a ball game that I had and I just can't find the email to respond to that person that was interested. If you are still interested let me know. Sorry for not answering at the time.Pepi
- I wasn't the orginal person who asked. But I'm interested!
--- In email@example.com, Pepi Rosado <josefarosado@...> wrote:
> I remember somebody asking me for my lesson on greetings and a ball game
> that I had and I just can't find the email to respond to that person that
> was interested. If you are still interested let me know. Sorry for not
> answering at the time.