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4th, 5th, 6th Grade (Spanish I)

The 4th, 5th and 6th grade curriculum is based off of the ¡Cuéntame! curriculum. ¡Cuéntame! is based on personalizing the vocabulary and making the vocabulary into funny, bizarre stories that keep the students’ attention.

I had originally based my syllabus on the Paso a Paso 1 textbook but quickly realized that this antiquated form of language instruction was not engaging the students. My syllabus has changed but I still hope to start the beginner’s novel Isabela captura un congo by the end of the year. I will be providing an updated syllabus later this quarter.

Here is a link that explains the methodology behind ¡Hola Niños! and ¡Cuéntame! (by Becky Huppert: TPRS explanation)

 

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10 responses »

  1. hello this is Sasha. I really like your teaching!

  2. Hola Sasha! Estoy muy bien! ¿Cómo estás? Muchas gracias por dejar un comento en mi blog! Espero que tu fin de semana vaya muy bien! (Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog! I hope your weekend is going well!)
    -Srta. T!

  3. tu blog es muy bien!!!!!
    Adios mi esta muy cansada!
    -Miranda 6M

  4. Hola Senorita Tauchman! This is Bethany. I can’t get that days of the week song out of my head. I can’t wait to see you in class again. Adios!
    -Bethany 5G

  5. Aw, gracias, Bethany! It is great to hear from you. Lo siento about the days of the week song! ;)

  6. Hola! You are a wonderful teacher and I love espanol! My family is from Mexico, so I want to learn spanish!

  7. ¡Muchísimas gracias, Grace! Pero, hay muchas Graces en la escuela. ¿De qué clase eres? ¡Quiero saber para que pueda darte pesos!
    Thank you so much, Grace! But, there are many Graces in the school. Which class are you from? I want to know so I can give you pesos!

  8. Hola! I am a new elementary TPRS teacher and found your blog. Would you share with me the catchy Days of the Week song your student referenced? I would be grateful to learn about any other catchy elementary school songs you use. Thanks! Laura in Beaufort, SC

  9. Hi Laura!
    Congratulations on starting teaching TPRS! I have enjoyed it SO much thus far!

    I think the song they might be referring to is the days of the week to the tune of the Addams family….
    “There’s….
    lunes and there’s martes,
    miércoles and jueves,
    viernes, sábado,
    and then there’s domingo,
    days of the week,
    snap snap
    etc.”

    Best of luck in your endeavors! I now teach middle school, but let’s continue to collaborate!
    -Lauren

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