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World Language

Independent Spanish Learning Strategies

 Independent Spanish Learning Strategies

This is a list of websites that you can use to improve your Spanish skills.

  1. Go over the chapter summary at the end of each chapter and make certain you understand all the items.
  2. Visit my.hrw.com to access and practice lessons.
  3.  Study the vocabulary list for each chapter

  4.  Take the self-test to assess your learning.

  5.  Explore other websites in Spanish.

  6. Visit studyspanish.com to review and practice grammar concepts.

  7. All levels:  Spanish games  

  8. Choose from the following list of activities to practice and master the vocabulary: VOCABULARY ACTIVITIES

  9. Review lessons and play review games using these power points http://tpduggan.tripod.com/powerp.html

Dothe following activities to practice vocabulary by playing online vocabulary games.

  1. Sign up for Peer Tutoring before school, during lunch, or after school.  Peer tutoring schedules are posted in classrooms and in the counseling office or you can access it at Peer Tutoring Schedule

  2. Watch TV and/or listen to the radio in Spanish and keep a journal with the date, time, channel, and summary.
  3. Watch DVD’s in Spanish – set the language and the captions for Spanish.

  4. Listen to music in Spanish.

  5. Read Spanish newspapers or magazines.

  6. Interview or engage in a discussion with Spanish native speakers – friends, neighbors, relatives .

ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONSIF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND CONCEPTS!!!!!!

Online recording:  Listen to yourself speak in Spanish!