Spanish, French, German… oh my! (more downloads)

Posted by Megan Smith on July 25, 2017 in Class Decor, First Days, What's New

Do your students understand your questions? It’s easy for students to get most of what you say but miss the QUESTION word!

For example: _________ did you eat?

The question could have easily been… when, where, with whom, or why.

The question words are important… and they take practice! That’s why we love these simple question word posters. They are easy to read, have pictures that help the students understand, and connect with the culture. We’ve shared them before, and we want to share them again… with a little something new.

Endlich! We’ve added German to the collection!

Danke Mira Canion! Merci Josh Doty! They helped us with our translations.

 

In addition to the poster set, here are all the questions on ONE page. Cart teachers can give a copy to each student to put in their notebooks. You could leave them at a reading station or laminate a few and put one on every table. Whatever works best for you!

 

Download the posters here: Spanish, French, German

Download the student question sheet here: Spanish, French, German

 

How will you use these posters?

7 comments for “Spanish, French, German… oh my! (more downloads)”

  1. Laraine says:

    Gracias!

    1. Megan Smith says:

      Con mucho gusto!

  2. Janice says:

    Deutsch!! Vielen Dank!!

    1. Megan Smith says:

      Gern geschehen!

  3. Christina Turpin says:

    Mil gracias! I will use these to update the ones I currently use so that they are more culturally authentic. Also, I am sharing this post with my French and German colleagues!

    1. Megan Smith says:

      Thanks for sharing! That’s what makes a department strong – looking out for each other and finding resources that benefit you all! Way to go!

  4. Very Cool. Thanks for sharing. This make great graphic organizer templates!

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