Sunday, October 2, 2016

Lots of Spanish 1 TPRS resources

So after the relative success of my last post about what I did with the commercial: "Me voy de casa", I decided to go ahead and share a majority of things that I did last year in my Spanish 1 classes.

Feel free to open the folder, download things to your Google Drive or to your computer and enjoy!

My hope is that you can find a new activity or a new spin on an old activity you have used. Or maybe something to inspire you as you try out more communicative-based teaching via TPRS or Comprehensible Input methods!

I tried to include a plethora of things to give you an idea of what you could do in your classes as well to push kids towards proficiency by de-emphasizing grammar in actual grammar lessons each day (Don't worry, I, Señor Jordan, still teach grammar to my kids. But it's more of a back-door approach!)

Let me know what you think and happy perusing!

So click here to see my google drive folder (minus Agentes Secretos stuff since some of that has images from the teacher's guide by the very talented Mira Canion).

*Disclaimer* Please don't judge me too much for how I might have done an activity. I am far from an expert on teaching via TPRS. But I figure the best way to get better is to share with others who might be farther back on the path to encourage them and maybe the more experienced people can offer a suggestion or two!


  1. WOW! I don't even know what to say! Thank you so much for sharing!! Your generosity and hard work is so much appreciated!! We use your videos from YouTube ALL THE TIME in class and you are amazing! Seriously, I cannot thank you enough....looking forward to checkin' it all out! 😀😀😀👍👍👍

    1. I hope you can find something you might be able to tweak/use for your purposes! ;-)

  2. Um, this is AWESOME! Thank you so much for sharing. I will definitely be coming back to spend some time in that folder :) I am also on a TPRS/CI path and feel so fortunate that so many people share their resources so I can learn more.

    1. Thanks for your kind words, Kara! I hope you can find some things of use in there. Let me know if you have any questions about how I did something or why I did something a certain way!