Author:
Ashley Johnson, Amber Hoye
Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Level:
Middle School, High School, Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Tags:
Getting to Know You, Spanish, Survival Phrases, World Languages
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English, Spanish

Spanish Level 1, Activity 01: Bienvenidos / Welcome (Online)

Spanish Level 1, Activity 01: Bienvenidos / Welcome (Online)

Overview

This activity is designed to be a fun ice breaker for beginning Spanish students. They will get to know each other and practice using the alphabet. 

About the Pathways Project

Please Note: Many of the activities on the Pathways Project OER Repository were created by upper-division students at Boise State University and serve as a foundation that our community of practice can build upon and refine. While they are polished, we welcome and encourage collaboration from language instructors to help modify grammar, syntax, and content where needed. Kindly contact amberhoye@boisestate.edu with any suggestions and we will update the content in a timely manner.  — The Pathways Project

Looking for the English Version of this activity to adapt for your language? CLICK HERE

About the Boise State World Languages Resource Center (WLRC) Language Activity Repository

The activities provided by the Boise State World Languages Resource Center (WLRC) serve as foundational activities which can be adapted by any language and scaled up or down on the proficiency scale. Many of these activities offer an English Version that is “language-agnostic” to provide language instructors from around the country a platform to remix these instructional materials, infusing them with their target language and culture! The activities within the Pathways Project OER Repository seek to help students solidify their interpersonal speaking and interpretive skills through task-based situations or communicative activities. These activities should be facilitated in the target language for approximately 90% (or more), per the recommendation of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

How to use the WLRC Repository’s Activities:

1. Use the Activity as is:

Before you begin:

  • Most activities are 30 minutes in duration, unless otherwise specified.
  • Be sure to read through the activity description, and review the list of required materials. You will notice that the activity materials are also highlighted in yellow throughout the activity instructions.

If you have any suggestions about grammar, syntax, and content, please kindly contact amberhoye@boisestate.edu.

2. Remix for Your Language Classroom:

When you are ready to begin remixing the activity, in order to adapt it for the needs of your language classroom, simply click the blue “Remix This Resource” button at the top of your screen. This will then take you to a screen with a NEW, editable version of this activity. The text provided in purple is a suggestion of what you might say to your students in the target language, and may be altered for different levels and age groups. All activities have “NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do” statements, a warm-up, a main activity, and a wrap-up.

Many of the activities include printable cards and other instructional materials such as Google Slideshows. If you would like to make changes to these materials in Spanish, follow the instructions below:

  • Google Slideshows:
    • To begin, go to File -> Copy to create an editable version of the slideshow.
    • Once finished with your changes, please complete the following steps to share:
    • Click on Share
    • Who Has Access
    • Ensure link sharing is on and allow external access.
  • Materials Saved as PDF: Please email WLRCLAR@gmail.com and we will provide you with an editable copy. Please allow up to two business days for a response. For YouTube videos and other websites, hyperlinks are provided. 

3. Adapt for Another Language:

  • See the linked English Version at the top of the activity (English Version may not be available for all activities)

Activity Instructions

Activity Title (in your target language):

Bienvenidos: ¡Buenas!/Bingo!

Description: 

This activity is designed to be a fun ice breaker for beginning Spanish students. They will get to know each other and practice using the alphabet.

Proficiency Level:

Novice Low-Novice Mid

Keywords: 

Spanish, Getting to Know You, Survival Phrases

World-Readiness Standards:

  • Standard 1.1 Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.
  • Standard 2.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of Hispanic cultures.
  • Standard 2.2 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of Hispanic cultures.
  • Standard 4.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the nature of language through comparisons between Spanish and English.
     

Idaho Content Standards for World Languages:

  • COMM 1.1: Interact and negotiate meaning (spoken, signed, written conversation) to share information, reactions, feelings, and opinions
  • COMP 1.1 - Observe formal and informal forms of language.
  • COMM 2.1 - Understand, interpret, and analyze what is heard, read, or viewed on a variety of topics.
  • COMM 3.1 - Present information, concepts, and ideas to inform, explain, persuade, and narrate on a variety of topics using appropriate media in the target language.
     

NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements: 

  • I can spell my name in Spanish.

  • I can use phrases to ask for help or clarification 
     

Materials Needed:

The following materials are needed for this activity:

Warm-up

  • Go over the entire presentation
    • Start introducing yourself 
    • Explain how labs are going to work online
    • Go over the survival phrases
    • Talk about the makeup activities
    • Go over the online etiquette 

Wrap-up

Vas a hacer una introducción en español de ti mismo usando comprehensible input. Esta va a servir como un modelo para tus estudiantes. Ex: Point to self “Hola, me llamo George. Mi nombre se deletrea G-E-O-R-G-E. “Soy de San Juan, Costa Rica.” “Pero ahora, vivo en Boise.” “Estudio Español y Matemáticas.”

  • Me llamo ____.
  • Soy de_____.
  • Estudio____

End of lab (In English this time only!!):

  1. Does anyone have any questions about lab? 

  2. Remind students that they have to come to the same collaborative session at the same time each week.

  3. Remind students that the expectation is to speak in Spanish 100% of the time. 
     

NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:
 

  • I can spell my name in Spanish.

  • I can use phrases to ask for help or clarification