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This editable Spanish class project is perfect for a Spanish 3 or 4 class when reviewing the imperfect tense, el imperfecto. Students are prompted to describe their childhood and hobbies. Student support, checklist, teacher example, and grading rubric included! Editable within Google Drive - you wil
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10th - 12th
This is a project for students to demonstrate their mastery of the imperfect tense. Students design and describe a mythical, extinct creature based on the criteria outlined in the project guidelines. A suggested grading rubric (for standards-based grading) is included, but it is editable so that you
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8th - 11th
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Click here for a video preview of Projects!Activity Information:An end-of-unit project to practice preterite vs. imperfect! Students write the synopsis of a movie in the past tense using preterite and imperfect. But they can't use the names of any characters or actors so you can use it as a class
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This editable Spanish class project is perfect for a Spanish 3 or 4 class when reviewing the preterite and imperfect tenses. Students are prompted to create a story about a crazy day in the past using el pretérito y el imperfecto. Student support, checklist, teacher example, and grading rubric inclu
GREAT CULMINATING ASSESSMENT FOR PAST TENSE IN SPANISH! This project is great for Spanish II, III, or IV students to evaluate their use of the preterite and imperfect. Targeted skills: *Choosing the preterite or imperfect *Accurately conjugating verbs in the past tense *Utilizing cognates and cir
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10th - 12th
This is an incident report in Spanish used to teach the preterite and the imperfect. Students watch a simple mystery movie like Scooby Doo and complete the attached report. Students could also use this sheet as a brainstorming graphic organizer for writing their own mysteries. The second sheet is
Click here for a video preview of Projects!Activity Information:An end-of-unit project to practice the Spanish imperfect tense! Students create a slideshow about their childhood in the imperfect tense. Each slide has a different theme - family, hometown, etc. - so they don't just use the yo form.
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This activity can be used as an end of unit independent project or a group project in a Spanish 2 or 3 class. This murder mystery features Spongebob as the victim and is a fun way for students to practice the preterite v imperfect. Students are tasked with imagining they are a suspect in Spongebob's
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9th - 12th
To help my students understand when to use the Preterit or Imperfect in Spanish, I have them read and write fairy tales. In this zipped file you will find instructions, a template I give to students to help them brainstorm their Fairy Tale, and a 23 slide, example Powerpoint.
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
Your students won’t even realize that they are practicing the preterite and imperfect as they work together on this fun group project. Students are asked to work with a group to research a legend from the Spanish-speaking world, write it in their own words using the preterite and imperfect tenses,
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9th - 12th
This project outlines the parameters for students to create their own fairy tale after studying the preterite vs the imperfect tense. Students have the choice of two formats, and project outline includes directions, required "buzz words", grading rubric and a list of useful vocabulary for writing fa
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8th - 12th
Get your students speaking in Spanish with this storybook project! Students get to create their own story using the preterite and imperfect tense!Students get to create an original story and present it to their teacher & classmates using the preterite & imperfect tense in Spanish using a Pow
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Intended for Spanish 2 students studying the difference between the imperfect and preterite tenses. Includes grading rubric with instructions for students and a separate sheet of instructions for the teacher. Also includes: worksheet for rough draft writing, tables to organize verbs, a sample work
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9th - 12th
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Spanish 2 final project for Preterite and Imperfect: Children's BookDo you need a fun, final project for your Spanish 2 students? This two-week project will give your students the opportunity to show their understanding of préterito, imperfecto, and all vocabulario learned throughout the year by cra
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
A fun preterite or imperfect project for your Spanish students, and a great way to offer choice. To begin the project, students go through a children's book and label the preterite and imperfect that is used and state why. In part two, students choose between writing a timeline or a children's book.
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
This is a group activity for students to wrap up a unit on the preterite vs imperfect. Students work in groups of 2-3 to read sentences together and decide if they require the preterite or imperfect, and then they present their sentences to the class and defend their choice of the preterite or impe
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9th - 12th
This editable Spanish class project is perfect for a Spanish 3 or 4 class when reviewing the preterite and imperfect tenses. Students are prompted to collaborate in small groups to write a story. Student support, checklist, teacher example, and grading rubric included! Editable within Google Drive -
For this miniature project, students will use newspapers, magazines and internet clip art to make a collage about when they were young. It fascinates me how interested students are in talking about their childhood and, unbeknownst to them, they get to do a lot of good practice with the imperfect ten
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6th - 12th
This product is a Google Doc and Google Slides assignment intended for users of Google Classroom / Google Drive. This resource is a ready-to-use (and editable) project for the intermediate student who is ready to demonstrate his/her understanding of the uses of the imperfect and preterite tenses b
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Get your students speaking in Spanish with this Childhood project! Students get to talk about their childhood using the imperfect tense in the form of either a PowerPoint (Google Slides™) or video presentation! This resource is also included in my Spanish 2 Projects BUNDLE for a savings of 25%!Inclu
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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This is a project that my students in French III complete when we are studying the imperfect in detail. They are to create a scrapbook documenting their childhood. Included is the detailed project description, as well as which writing prompts they are to address. You also get the grading rubric that
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9th - 12th
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For this project, students will write and create a “day-in-the-life” style presentation about one's life if one were to win the lottery in FRENCH. This project will emphasize Si Clauses using Imperfect and Conditional tense verbs.
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9th - 12th
As a type of assessment after teaching or reviewing the imperfect tense in Spanish, I have my students create individual powerpoint presentations of at least 10 slides, entirely in Spanish, about their childhood, including graphics illustrating their fondest childhood highlights. I am a product of
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9th - 12th
This project is a student favorite! It's a PowerPoint using the imperfect to talk about what life was like during childhood. Requirements include likes and dislikes, use of all 3 irregulars, and descriptions of personality, appearance and behavior. Students love to hear about and see photos of th

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