The Engaged Spanish Classroom

Hi, my name is Erin! I hope to share my passion and ideas for teaching Spanish

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5 Minute Relationship Building Strategies

Developing a positive classroom climate is something that has the potential to affect almost all areas of your teaching career. For me, developing stronger teacher-student relationships has increased student engagement in class and made classroom management easier. It has helped me to look forward to coming to work each day, and it has made me feel more confident as a teacher.


6 Ways to Use Puzzles in Spanish Class I absolutely LOVE using puzzles with my students. In addition to helping students build confide...
Seating and Groups in Spanish Class After some trial and error, I have discovered that I am a big fan of group seating arrangements. Wi...
Quiz Corrections in Spanish Class During my first few years teaching, I followed the lead of other teachers and adopted their quiz reta...
Music in Spanish Class  🎧 🎶 🎵 I absolutely love using music every day in class. I think music is a great jumping point for cultur...
Increasing Participation in Spanish Class A quiet classroom is my worst nightmare. During my first few years teaching, I was always s...
Citas Cortas Looking to incorporate more speaking  in your middle and high school Spanish classes? Check out Citas Cortas! This speed-da...
The first 5 Minutes of Spanish Class:  Starting each day in a meaningful way The first few minutes of class can be chaotic for a tea...
5 Ideas for the First Day of School in Spanish Class ... and a few un-ideas as well It is still July, so I am *technically* not plan...
10 Tips for New Teachers Before I share my tips, I want to explain where they come from. I feel that my background in social wor...
If you know me at all you probably know that Taco Tuesday is one of my favorite games. About four years ago I created the game inspired ...