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Thinking about what “would be if …” inspires Spanish students …
Understanding the conditional form ‘would + verb’ in Spanish can be challenging. Our Spanish 4 students approached this task in a creative way . . . interviewing native Spanish speakers to answer an all-important question: Si tú fueras un pájaro, … Continue reading
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What to expect in Language Level 3.0
Dear students, Welcome to VRGD! Wondering about what to expect in French 3, Spanish 3, German 3 or Mandarin 3? Here is a video explanation: Need extra practice? Here are some helpful tips: Inför spanska 3 /Practice for Spanish Inför franska 3 / … Continue reading
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Spanish students create music videos to show their knowledge … GUAY!
All three VR schools have finalists in the Spanish Caminandotävlingen 2015! Students have worked in groups to develop ways to “share” their knowledge in Spanish. Some have created music videos; others have created blogs. Their work is a great mix … Continue reading
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Why should you go to Barcelona to learn Spanish?
Students in Spanish 4 want to improve their Spanish skills and awareness of Spanish culture .. so, together with their teacher, they are planning a trip to Barcelona. As a first step in their fundraising for this trip, they have … Continue reading
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Kahoot in Spanish
Spanish teacher, Martin Monet, uses Kahoot! to review language skills. Kahoot! is a game-based classroom response system. Teachers set questions in advance and then ask the class as a whole to respond. Students respond via any device – telephone, … Continue reading
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