Speed dating spanish
What a great opportunity to write our own minibooks! We love to create new and fun ways to practice Spanish while learning more about the local culture.The learning objective for today was to create sentences with time expressions in our topics: daily routine (Year 5) and school (Year 6).I printed out 2 sets of sentences like "Me despierto a las 7." and "Leo en la biblioteca a las 11".
LAE Madrid speed dating is more of a social, where everyone is able to stand, drink, mingle and switch to the next date when Jaume rings the bell.
You would think that they would be out of energy and exhausted from the week they had.
Despite these odds, I had just the right activity to get them engaged and prepared for the Interpersonal Common Assessment that awaits them next week.
We learnt to say "Te quiero", the kids wrote it down on small post it notes and they will give them to somebody tomorrow:-).
We haven't finished celebrating love yet, in April we will talk about "el dia de San Jordi", the Catalan Valentine's Day, when boys give roses to the girls and girls give the boys books.
I placed my home made little fortune cookies on the tables and put some heart balloons up for the right atmosphere:-) I put my PP up on the screen and we were ready to go....