Spanish for Educators – Spanish for Parent – Teacher Conferences: How to Support Kids at Home
In this free Spanish for Educators lesson we are talking about Spanish for Parent – Teacher Conferences: Reuniones de padres y maestros.
The objective of this Spanish lesson is for educators to learn the appropriate vocabulary to answer the most common questions you get from parents and guardians. In this case, these questions are related to giving support to kids at home. Likewise, the focus of this lesson is learning strategies in which parents can support their kids at home regardless of homework and academic issues.
Su reto profesional: use this new vocabulary to build informative and supportive phrases to parents and guardians during parent – teacher conferences. Additionally, practice the most common verbs in Spanish to use in your classroom.
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One of the most common questions you receive from parents/guardians is:
¿Qué puedo hacer en casa para ayudarlo(a) a mejorar en las materias que tiene dificultades?
What can I do at home to help him/her improve in the subjects in which he/she is struggling?
Escenarios / Scenarios
These are some scenarios that you might come up during parent – teacher conferences and that might prompt their questions:
Sugerencias de los Maestros – Maestras / Suggestions from Teachers
Now it’s time to give some suggestions in Spanish to parents/guardians that they can apply right away 😀
Plan para afrontar asuntos académicos / Plan to deal with academic matters
In some cases, parents ask about a plan to help them out with the academic challenges so here are some suggestions:
|Pasos para tomar en casa:||Steps to take at home:|
|1. Make a plan, look for solutions together|
2. Pedir ayuda si necesitan de tutores
|2. Ask for help if they need tutors|
3. Programar una reunión de seguimiento
|3. Schedule a follow-up meeting|
Now It’s Your Turn! / Ahora es tu turno
Teachers implement this new vocabulary during parent / teacher conferences and help kids get the support at home, help them improve their grades, and deliver homework on time! 🙂
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Suggested Lessons / Lecciones sugeridas
If you are looking for more information and vocabulary to use when talking to parents/guardians during parent – teacher conferences, here are some suggestions you might find useful: