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Spanish Classroom Vocabulary - "The Backpack Project"

$5.00
Students make 'backpacks' out of lunch bags and tape and fill them with vocabulary cards. They present their projects orally to the class. A fun and engaging hands on project, perfect for after lunch!
   
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Spanish Classroom Vocabulary: Students learn best when their hands are busy! This project is based on a list of classroom objects in Spanish (included). Students make flashcards from the list and construct 'backpacks' using lunch bags and tape, then present their backpacks to the class orally. I have tried this project and the students really enjoy it. Materials are cheap and easy to find, and hands are busy during the construction phase. The project allows students to work independently and in small groups. Included in this packet are photos of a finished backpack, classroom noun study sheet, and detailed lesson plans for pre-teaching the vocabulary.

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for Spanish Classroom Vocabulary - "The Backpack Project" by READARTS
Did not include all materials
I thought that I purchased all materials for this lesson, including a classroom now study sheet and lesson plans. What I received was a snapshot of the lesson (a rubric and a picture of the backpack).

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Graduated with a Master's in French literature, after which I lived and taught English in Oxford, England for five years. On my return from Europe, I met my husband. We have 2 beautiful daughters and a busy life in New England. We are both teachers. It's a good life, I do not regret the sacrifices we have made in order to make a difference in childrens' lives. Our evenings are filled with hilarious and heart breaking stories about so many deserving and brilliant young people. It is impossible not to have faith in the future of our country when you get to know the young people all around us.