Now that we find ourselves home, here are some ways to stay connected to Spanish in fun, meaningful ways (this is alongside any classwork assigned).
-Download Duolingo app, or go to the Duolingo website to practice Spanish for 5 minutes daily. That's all it takes!
-Download the Quizlet app, or go to the Quizlet website to practice with already completed flashcards for any topic you'd like!
-Listen to contemporary Spanish-language music playlist curated by me :)
-Do you have Netflix? Watch, Go! Vive a tu manera, Siempre Bruja, Gran Hotel, Nailed It! México, Celia, El Internado. Families, please use this at own judgment, some content stronger than others, though mostly aimed at young teens.
-Watch one of your favorite shows movies, in Spanish with English subtitles! I recommend Disney movies for their amazing dub work and ease of comprehension and following of story.
-If you want more grammar practice, try Conjuguemos!
-If you are self-driven and would like to follow a Spanish textbook, go to https://www.everettsd.org/eps-studenttools then click on Pearson EasyBridge and lastly on the right-hand column, you will see a button for "Pearson Realize." That will get you to the textbook. I would review any of the first 4 chapters.