Gallery Walks are one of my favorite activities to use in my classroom. There are so many ways to use gallery walks in class! I love how they include movement, and can be a sneaky way to get in a lot of reading practice. I try and include a gallery walk at least once a chapter. Check out these ideas for ways to use gallery walks in Spanish class!
5 Ways to Use Gallery Walks in Spanish Class
- :37 – What are gallery walks and how can you use them in your classroom?
- 1:20 – Use in Stations/Centers
- 2:40 – Use in your Classroom Library for FVR
- 3:30 – Warm up/Closing (or an exit ticket!)
- 5:05 – Use for Horizontal Translation
- 7:18 – Use as an example for writing activities
- 9:00 – Use as an assessment or final project
- 10:00 – Use as a reading comprehension activity with Google Slides or Boom Cards
- 10:40 – Materials you can use for gallery walks
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The readings include vocabulary supports at the bottom of the page to help your students be successful. Each reading is a basic description of each person’s life, their interests, and what they are known for!
This resource includes a scavenger hunt activity in English, perfect to use for a Gallery Walk activity! Hang the readings around the room, make copies of the scavenger hunt, and you are good to go! The example is also included in my larger bundle of Gallery Walks, which you can purchase here.
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