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Just a few exercises i've done where students use their artistic skills to show they understand Spanish texts.
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Posted at 02:31 AM in Spanish resources, Year 10 Spanish, Year 11 Spanish, Year 8 Spanish | Permalink
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Yet another great idea, Sean. I've done this before with Listening, but have never thought to do it with Reading. What fun! out of interest - which year group is this aimed at, please?
Caroline Grant |
09/04/2011 at 05:23 PM
This is such a good tool to get students to associate a visual to the words they are reading! Like the other comment says, when I was learning, I was told a word, then would draw it. I think this is a little tougher! I think I will use this as a memorization tool from now on! Every time I go to the Libreria, I will think of this way of learning new words!
08/28/2012 at 02:11 PM
Sean, I'm having problems reading the files in your folder. I have downloaded the zip folder, but when I open it there are a number of xml files that I can't read. I have windows 8. Could you help at all?
06/05/2013 at 01:03 PM
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