Los Tres Cerditos y el Lobo Feroz

My Spanish program is called “Puentes” because it connects to the topics the homeroom teachers present to their classes. In first grade, I connect to the unit on fairy tales and STEM through the story “The Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf”. We have studied different versions of the story and I love how easily my students learn the expressions and enjoy acting it out.

Before our Spring Break, when we were still in the classroom, we learned about different materials people use for building homes, and I introduced the story of the Three Little Pigs using the video below narrated by Traposo from Guia Infantil.

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I used MovieTalk to describe what I saw on each section and asked questions about what my students could see. We used a lot of repetition and used TPR to refer to the building materials. We focused mainly on colors, animals, and rooms of the house.

For my remote learning activities, I illustrated the story, narrated it to my students in a video I recorded using Zoom along with actions and questions, and asked them to draw and name the characters as an independent activity that would not represent a problem for their parents. I might start my first Live class this week.

The goal for my next lesson is to check their comprehension so I needed to provide my kids with enough support they might need since they are not having me at their side to work on the activities. I created a video that they could stop, rewind, and repeat as many times as they want or need. I love drawing and I illustrated the story, narrated it, and created two Seesaw activities for them to demonstrate their comprehension. My expectation is that at the time they are doing the activities, they are also reviewing the story and seeing it in context. I also provided audio support for those of my kids that are still working on their reading.

You can find my TPT product here. Please let me know if you have any questions.



I am now trying to figure out how to teach my favorite game and song to use with this unit:

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