So you've taught your students alllll about adjectives and they finally understand that adjectives come AFTER nouns in Spanish! Phew!
That rule is mostly true.....
"Rules are meant to be broken! a look at adjective placement in Spanish!" is a packet of activities to help you teach your students those other adjectives---
The adjectives that change meaning depending on if they are placed BEFORE or AFTER the NOUN.
Included in this packet you will find:
-A review of traditional adjective placement
with fun examples
-Handouts explaining the adjectives:
viejo, unico, gran/grande, pobre, antiguo,
nuevo, propio, solo, triste, mismo
-Lots of fun examples with a Halloween theme
-Practice activities for your students to
immediately use these new vocabulary words
This activity will help boost your students' vocabulary while increasing
their understanding of adjective placement in Spanish.
This lesson could last as long as you like, anywhere from 30 minutes to several class periods.
It's a great lesson to have on hand for a substitute teacher because the students can guide themselves through all of the activities as a packet if you like.
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