Pictoline makes Spanish infographics that teachers can incorporate into their classes.

Pictoline has an excellent selection of Spanish infographics. This Mexican-based news outlet presents information with engaging visual design and concise language. In addition to being lots of fun, these Spanish infographics are an excellent resource for language classes.

Many teachers have discovered the power of Spanish infographics to create comprehensible input. Publishing companies are starting to include similar visuals in textbooks or as supplemental materials, but the selection is limited. Some teachers do create their own infographics in Spanish to fit different themes. However, that requires time, not to mention a fair amount of design talent.

Visualization and graphics are important aids in learning language. Teachers know the power of Spanish graphic organizers, for example, to help students organize information for reading or speaking. We also understand how photographs and illustrations support language, so we create activities to learn Spanish with pictures. Good infographics make the most of these features by combining visual organization and graphics to support text.

If you are looking for Spanish infographics for your classes, I recommend you take a look at Pictoline. Of course, not all of their work is appropriate for children. Pictoline is a news outlet, so their infographics and illustrations touch on a wide range of events and topics. Select material that is appropriate for your students.

Find the latest and most popular Spanish infographics and illustrations on the Pictoline website or search their archive. They also share their work on Facebook, Twitter and  Instagram.

Pictoline Spanish Infographics for Language Learning

These infographics are:

  • Visual, with illustrations clarify and enhance the text.
  • Authentic, yet accessible language. You have to choose Spanish infographics that are appropriate for your students, but you will find language at different levels, and topics with many cognates.
  • Current, because Pictoline is publishing news. They regularly team up with the New York Times and with other media outlets to make their visuals.
  • Culturally relevant. Based in Mexico City, Pictoline frequently features the culture of Mexico and other Latin American countries in their Spanish infographics.
  • Focused, because the infographics pare down the topic to essential language and use the key words related to a topic.
  • Available for a range of high-interest themes. From Día de los Muertos and Earth Day to nutrition and animals, Pictoline has a huge amount of content.
  • Meant to share! – You can download images from the Pictoline website or social media. This is the message you get on the site: Gracias por compartir. Descarga y usa esta imagen, con responsabilidad.

Using Spanish Infographics from Pictoline

You can use the infographics in a variety of ways, depending on the topic and the level of your students. For example, you can create traditional reading comprehension questions and fill in the blank exercises. You can also have students identify cognates, or ask them to make a list of key terms related to a topic.

Students can practice presenting information using an infographic. Ask them to point to the illustrations that support the text as they present.  The examples below will give you an idea of the range of topics and the level language available, but be sure to check out the entire collection. It grows everyday!

 

Spanish inforgraphics from Pictoline include information about the natural world.

 

Spanish infographics from Pictoline include cultural information for language learners.

 

Spanish infographics from Pictoline include body parts vocabulary.

Spanish infographics from Pictoline feature information from Latin America.

 

 

 

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