The murder mystery project is excellent for 2nd year students finishing up preterite vs imperfect usage or for 3rd year students as a review of the concept. Students create their own powerpoint murder mystery where they present the victim, 3 suspects and the crime scene. Using preterite and imperf
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.
*Choosing the preterite or imperfect
*Accurately conjugating verbs in the past tense
*Utilizing cognates and cir
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
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,
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
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.
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 -
A fun, culminating project for your preterite/imperfect unit! Students write a children's story, narrating the story's events using the preterite and the imperfect. This is a great way for students to show their creativity while demonstrating their proficiency with this grammar concept! The proje
This product is the perfect project assignment for a Spanish level 2 or 3 class. Whether you already do a fairy tale unit or are looking to create one, this is a great starting point or addition to an already existing unit. It is designed to assess students' ability to use the preterite vs. imperfec
Click here for a video preview of Projects!Activity Information: A project in which students use imperfect, preterite, present, future, and conditional! Students pick their role model or favorite celebrity and write 4 sentences about them in each verb tense! This includes everything you need from
This is a project I do in Spanish 4, after reviewing and practicing with preterite and imperfect. Included are: instructions, rubric, how to write in Spanish on the computer, ideas for stories and my due dates from last year. This is an editable Word document and you would want to revise it to fit y
This is a great end of the year or semester project. The students create a magazine in Spanish. They are able to pick their theme for the magazine to fit their interests. Each student is required to do certain parts of the magazine that cover specific vocabulary and grammatical themes. Then, I g
I use this as part of my Spanish 3 curriculum. Students utilize the present, preterite and imperfect tenses to answer questions about a Spanish artist and one of their paintings. Student product should have 16+ sentences in Spanish.
-Directions page for poster project (including 15 ques
What better way to celebrate Halloween with your students of Spanish than by sharing scary stories in the target language…all while learning more about Hispanic culture and a challenging grammar concept. Your students won’t even realize that they are practicing the preterite and imperfect as they w
This project is appropriate for students in higher-level Spanish classes that are learning to differentiate between the uses of imperfect and preterite tenses, in more complex grammatical structures. Project includes research paper (MLA format), and a presentation completed entirely in Spanish, wher
This 97 page Preterite and Imperfect Verb Packet is an excellent unit that contains everything needed to teach and assess the formation and uses of these two past tenses in Spanish and it is EDITABLE. This preterite and imperfect packet includes detailed notes about formation and usage of the prete
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
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
Click here for a video preview of Projects!Activity Information:An end-of-course project to create a capstone where students can show their best understanding of a wide variety of verb tenses, vocabulary, and grammar structures. Students imagine that a movie is being made of their lives and choose
This activity bundle is sure to save you planning time during your preterite and imperfect units in Spanish class. Activities included cover regular and irregular verbs, review uses of the tenses, and provide opportunities for students to use the tenses in a supported way. There are hands on activit
Have you shared different legends and folklore from Latin America with your students? Now have them create their own legend (ideally using present, preterite, and imperfect tenses)! Use this group project to assess your students' writing and speaking in a creative way that they will love.