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Have a look how we spell those words in Spanish and soon come back here to listen the track and let me see if you can match the Spanish numbers with the correct body part – from the face!
Now try to listen the The face body parts track and try to match the correct numbers with the correct body parts. Look at the picture!
You can also have a look to this other great picture and you can check only the body parts in Spanish.
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Please remember this activity is in connection with a Father Christmas letter that you can download or view by following the link.
Un perro A dog
Un gato A cat
Un coche A car
Una bicicleta A bike
Un patinete A scooter
Some chocolates Unos chocolates
Some books Unos libros
A ring Un anillo
A tablet Una tableta
Some earring Unos pendientes
A mobile Un móvil
A doll Una muñeca
Here are some samples however if you are a Spanish teacher this activity will be a really good test for you.
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Greet all the children as they arrive, encouraging them to repeat the greeting to you.
My usual greetings to the little ones are:
“¡Hola! ¿Qué tal?” they must reply “Muy bien”
BUENOS DÍAS or BUENAS TARDES
You can use your puppet. Mine is call “PERRITO” is quite friendly and children like to use it and you can choose a brave boy or girl. Let them greet each other for a few minutes.
Depends of your group you can do a bit more:
My groups they don´t repeat the same questions all the time. I like to challenge my children, even new children, anybody can play with “PERRITO” little doggy means in Spanish.
Some other questions they can practice and you can adapt in your group:
In your first lessons you can check the numbers, you can play a colour game if you got some space in your class.
Children love to count and you can play several games with soft balls passing the ball and counting.
You can play a song about the numbers or you can play a song about the colours.
You can read and story in Spanish to the children, prepare well the story if you want to link that one already with your term topic.
Remember children they should hear in your class as much Spanish as they can and they should be able to practice as much as they can. It is difficult and you must balance really well the class in order to achieve this. Ideally for some people will be all the class in Spanish, some other people the thing at early stage it is really hard. Personally I do all my best so they children understand what is going on in the class and try to use the Spanish as much as I can and make them use it as well.
Those are some of our tips for your first lessons and we hope it helps you to break the ice with the children your first week.
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