Here are the most frequently asked questions about the Speaking Latino Spanish Teacher Community. Click on each question for the answers. If you don't find an answer to your question, please send us a message here:
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We have full lesson plans, samples and other materials available for teachers to try in class in our Freebies Bundle for Non-Members area. You can access the Freebie Bundle by creating a free account here.
Yes. This document includes all the Lesson Plans available to help you organize the flow of topics throughout the school year. It includes hyperlinks to help you navigate the lessons inside the Community.
No. Everything is built around free materials and resources. In some of the activities, small items you may already have in your classroom (such as dice, poster board, rulers, etc.) may be used.
Access to the Internet during class certainly makes it easier to use all the recommended resources. You need access to the Internet to obtain many of the necessary materials. Most of them may be downloaded on your computer however you need to be wary of copyright laws.
Some of the activities suggest using mobile devices or computers to create videos, search for information or take notes however all activities may be managed without access to devices.
The Lesson Plans and activities were designed for middle, high school or adult students. For the moment we don’t offer these resources for elementary school or young students.
Yes, this will work with any platform as long as it allows you to upload files for you to use.