Students produce Spanish videos

Student in Ms. Estes’s Spanish class at West Unin High School recently made videos about a typical school day. Their videos required a rough draft, a story board, and students spoke entirely Spanish in their videos. At the end of the video, the class was given a quiz on what they had just heard. The videographers also recruited teachers and other students to help with the making of the short videos. This project was a complete school community project, involving several aspects of multiple curriculums. Pictured here are WUHS Spanish students, from left, Shannon Runyan, Rebekah McCarty, Tyler Fowler, and Sampson Riddell.

Student in Ms. Estes’s Spanish class at West Unin High School recently made videos about a typical school day. Their videos required a rough draft, a story board, and students spoke entirely Spanish in their videos. At the end of the video, the class was given a quiz on what they had just heard. The videographers also recruited teachers and other students to help with the making of the short videos. This project was a complete school community project, involving several aspects of multiple curriculums. Pictured here are WUHS Spanish students, from left, Shannon Runyan, Rebekah McCarty, Tyler Fowler, and Sampson Riddell.
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Spanish.jpgStudent in Ms. Estes’s Spanish class at West Unin High School recently made videos about a typical school day. Their videos required a rough draft, a story board, and students spoke entirely Spanish in their videos. At the end of the video, the class was given a quiz on what they had just heard. The videographers also recruited teachers and other students to help with the making of the short videos. This project was a complete school community project, involving several aspects of multiple curriculums. Pictured here are WUHS Spanish students, from left, Shannon Runyan, Rebekah McCarty, Tyler Fowler, and Sampson Riddell. Photo by Jamie Puckett

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