E-learning starts on Monday March 16th. Have your child keep practicing Spanish at home.
Other digital resources:
- Games I've created on TinyTap:Feelings, Colors, Body Parts, Family, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Physical Descriptions and Traits, and Puzzles with different vocabulary lists.
- Rockalingua.com has some free videos and games your child can practice at home.
- Do you have a streaming account? Choose any movie/video and change the language to Spanish!
¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español 2019-2020!
- Srta. Zaragoza
Welcome to Ms Zaragoza's Irving Spanish website.
I am excited to start my 13th year at Irving. I look forward teaching your child; students in grades K-2 will have Spanish three times and students in grades 3-5 will have Spanish two times each week for 30 minutes.
What does a typical Spanish class entail? Fun and learning! We sing songs, dance, play games, read, role-play and learn all in the target language. Our classes are hands on, interactive and lively! Instruction is almost 100% in Spanish. Instruction is not based on vocabulary lists and drills but more of a natural organic approach using hands on learning.
It takes approximately 240 minutes to improve in Spanish and our students only have class 60 or 90 minutes a week. On average, students need to hear a word approximately 100 times before they can effectively and efficiently produce the word. Therefore, most of our students are novice learners that need context, visuals, and familiar contexts to help them communicate, and they do so best with those accustomed to interacting with language learners.
If you are on twitter follow me @IrvingEspanol for updates and pictures in Spanish class.
Looking forward to a great year!- Srta. Zaragoza