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World Languages Collection Resources (34)
This activity aligns with a novice-level unit about food. The infographic shows options for each meal. Students select what they would like to eat for each meal during one day.
This lesson provides resources about different standards of beauty in two Spanish speaking countries. Students will interpret information from two videos and then use that information to compare and contrast the standards with their own. Links to the two videos are included and the student documents are attached. This aligns with the AP theme of Beauty and Aesthetics and allows students to work in the interpretive and interpersonal modes of communication.
This activity is designed for advanced or heritage language learners. Students select a biography of personal interest from biografiascortas.com and complete an organizer. Two options are included.
In this activity, students read infographics and other reading material about appropriate chores that children of each age can do at home. The complexity of the resources varies by level, ranging from beginner to intermediate.
¡McDonald's en español! Esta actividad está pensada para niveles 1 y/o 2. A partir del comercial del comercial se desarrolla la función auditiva. Se trata de identificar las palabras que faltan en los huecos.
This activity is designed to introduce novice-level unit about clothing and shopping. Students use the website for El Corte Inglés (a department store in Spain) to discover clothing vocabulary and shop for clothing.
This activity aligns to a unit about food and is designed for intermediate students. Students read an article, then answer comprehension and personal reflection questions.
This is a tiered interpretive listening activity. It aligns to an intermediate-level unit about family. All students watch the same video and answer the same questions, with three levels of support for students at different proficiency levels.
This activity aligns to a unit about families. Students read several infographics about Mexican families and record information on a handout. This activity is designed to be open-ended in order to accommodate students of various proficiency levels.
This interpretive listening task aligns with a novice-level unit about families. This task is tiered by complexity of product (how students show what they know). Level A is given the most support, while level C is given the least support. An answer key is provided.