Have you applied Differentiated Instruction lessons in your classes yet? Differentiated Instruction is a great solution to teach the multiple levels of understanding that take place within each mix of students you have throughout the day.
One way to add Differentiated Instruction to your Spanish lessons is to set up “Stations” for a particular topic or unit and allow students to work through the activities at their own pace.
In an effort to add student options and help them learn responsibility for their own learning, I’ve created several units that can be used as Differentiated Instruction Stations.
Stations are physical learning locations set up in your classroom. Each location focuses on a specific area (or modality) of learning.
Here’s what one teacher had to say about the “Around Town Differentiated Instruction Packet:”
“So many great activities to choose from! I love the flexibility of using these for stations, classwork, homework, etc. Nicely done! ”
The Stations for the Around Town packet are divided into 4 stations:
1. Vocabulario – students learn the new vocabulary and do a variety of practice activities to familiarize themselves with their new city/town words and to help them memorize the new vocabulary.
1. Preposiciones – students practice with prepositions. There are even 2 free PowerPoint presentations included in this section of the packet!
I’m so pleased that teachers across the U.S. are enjoying these Stations activities and letting me know!
Here’s what another teacher had to say about this packet:
“Very high quality visuals – I love the station strategy for differentiating. I am just starting to use this – and as far as I can tell now – this bundle will be one that I return to each quarter. Thank you! ”
And just one more. 😉
I hope you’ll head over to my TeachersPayTeachers store and take a look for yourself! Make sure to check out the free preview and take a look at everything included in this Stations packet. And if you do purchase and use this packet, I would LOVE to know how the activities worked out for you with your students!!
~La Profesora Frida