What we did was a summary of how we would teach students that do not speak Spanish practice pronunciation by learning the Spanish alphabet and the vowels, after they have learned pronounced and memorized the letters and vowels we will jump to the next step of pronunciation which is combining the letters and vowels together to start forming words that will be easy for the beginners to remember. This could be an "intro to Spanish" class. We would like to start really from the level zero, so that, the students could learn the language as they have learned the numbers, what I mean by this, is that we will teach students step-by-step to learn Spanish as they did when learning mathematics, for example; they started counting numbers, then, once they have memorized the numbers they jump to the next levels which are Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and then the hardest one Dividing. I want my students to learn Spanish as easy as the learned mathematics. So my technique will be: teach my students by levels (step-by-step), step #1 is use methods for understanding, step #2 use pronunciation for speaking, step#3 is start giving exercises for reading, and then step #4 put in practice all of the above to start the writing (grammar).
When presenting my activity, it was not that creative in terms of using pictures, written examples, or asking questions to the class. Being creative when teaching, is something I will keep in mind for the future. To incorporate more culture into my micro-activity I will use pictures of things such as; food, animals, and national objects of Spanish speaking countries. Also, I will incorporate music in order for my student to improve their understanding and pronunciation. This kind of activity will be easy for the instructor to teach a non-speaking Spanish and it will also be easy for the student to learn a second language.