Alto: Spanish vocabulary activity for all levels

Posted by Alvaro under: Resources

This is one of our favorite activities. We published it some weeks ago in our Classroom 2.0 blog and in Teachertube and we received many positive feedbacks.
It is an easy game that doesn’t need a lot of preparation, and the kids like it!

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angela said on Wed, January 07, 2009

Please share with me information.
I am interested.
Thank you,

Leticia said on Fri, January 23, 2009

Please share with me information. I am interested.

marleen said on Sun, August 16, 2009

the game alto ... how does one win?? how do you end up writing the answers on the blackboard??
Mil gracias!

Alvaro said on Tue, September 01, 2009

You count the points depending on the answers of your students. For example, you give 10 points to each students/group with an answer that nobody else has, and 5 to the ones who have the same answer than others. Then, at the end of each round, you add up the points.

The student/group with more points at the end of the game is the winner.

At the end of each round, ask the student/group who said “alto” to tell their answers aloud, and then write them on the board.

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