Back to School: Spanish

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Looking for ways to learn and review Spanish vocabulary for the new school year? Check out our new Spanish Vocabulary Series. Created for beginning-level students, these resources offer visuals and audio support as students enhance their Spanish vocabulary.

Los Colores introduces the Spanish vocabulary associated with colors.

And don't forget about our popular Spanish Video Library and Quick Tutorials! Both of these series engage students as they build mastery of common terms and phrases. Here's a quick overview:

Spanish Video Library -- These visually dynamic videos are intended for beginning-level Spanish learners. Vocabulary words and phrases are presented in context by native speakers. Assessment materials and related flash cards also build vocabulary skills. Topics include: Las estaciones, Los meses del año, La escuela and more.


Quick Tutorials: Spanish 
-- Students learn core Spanish content through brief audio and visuals. Each tutorial offers a transcript with contextualized examples of proper use and form and a Práctica tab for student practice. Topics include: Saludos y Despedidas, Los Verbos Regulares –ar, Me Gusta … No Me Gusta, El Pretérito y El Imperfecto and more.

And here's an idea: You can use our videos to create your own vocabulary lesson using our new drag-and-drop editor, Crio! which enables anyone to create engaging, online lessons that include audio, text, images, video, and interactive content..

Curriculum Pathways has over 150 Spanish resources -- all  available at no cost. From Pancho Villa to the subjunctive, we've got you covered.

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Mimi Stapleton

Curriculum Development Specialist

Mimi Stapleton is a curriculum development specialist with Curriculum Pathways. She creates standards-based content for Spanish language learners and ESL, drawing on her experiences in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Virginia Tech and her teaching assignments at both the secondary and university levels. Mimi also facilitates online professional development courses that prepare educators to integrate digital content into instruction. She is an ACTFL/CAEP program reviewer and EdCamper. You can connect with her on Twitter @MimiStapleton.

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