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Would you like to help your students practice the preterit vs imperfect while reading about an authentic Mexican legend and then listening to beautiful song about the same?Easily adaptable for distance learning - just email or screenshare!The lesson is designed to:--Introduce students to a major Mex
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8th - 11th
Click here for a video preview of Rainbow Readings! Activity Information:No prep - just print and go! Rainbow readings are a fun way to tackle reading skills, grammar, and comprehension while helping students identify their mastery of specific skills! Each one has a one-page reading passage with col
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Not Grade Specific
This is a six-paragraph, one-page story about a spooky sleepover with a twist-ending. This story is written in Spanish and uses both the preterite and imperfect tenses. There are also a few other tenses scattered throughout the story to review grammar concepts. This story is followed by a one-page s
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9th - 12th, Adult Education
This is a paragraph-long reading which asks students to not only understand what is read, but to interact with the reading by choosing between two verbs that would best fit into each sentence of the reading. The students are choosing between verbs in the preterite and in the imperfect to show compre
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8th - 12th, Adult Education
Spanish reading passages, Spanish reading comprehension, preterite tense, imperfect tense, el imperfecto, el pretérito, Spanish reading activities, Spanish imperfectSpanish 3 Reading Comprehension: Preterite vs. Imperfect TenseReading Comprehension el pretérito y el imperfectoEditable in Google Driv
¡Caray, mi abuelita tiene un móvil inteligente! Short story for Spanish 2 and beyond! This story can be easily adapted to online class learning as activities are included (vocabulary, and comprehension questions for each chapter). The story has been recently updated with color images. Click here to
This Spanish resource features 18 authentic readings from a Mexican teen magazine. Read as teens tell their most embarrassing moment, where your students will naturally see the tenses of the imperfect tense and the preterite tense from a story. Great for levels 2, 3, or even 4. Also includes a proje
This is a 2-page story written in Spanish about a family that goes on a vacation and believes their rental home is haunted. The story features a lot of verbs written in the imperfect and the preterite tense. This is a good reading comprehension activity or a good way to review both the imperfect and
Grades:
9th - 12th, Adult Education
Click here for a video preview of Cultural Readings!Activity Information:These readings combine cultural topics with comprehensible input and grammar review for a fun and engaging lesson! Each reading includes a one-page Spanish passage, a small glossary for likely vocabulary questions, a page of c
This is a one-page, 411 word short story about a girl who is home alone at night at becomes frightened. It turns out to be humorous at the very end. It's based on a true story of my childhood. There are examples of the imperfect and the preterite throughout the story. There are both regular and irre
Grades:
10th - 12th
This Mini unit is all about the hottest Latin artist in urban music right now, Bad Bunny. It is designed to be a teaching text and an introduction to preterite and imperfect with a large focus on the present tense. It will work well with students that are used to reading easy readers. In this uni
This 6-page file includes:~A reading about four friends who go out to the movies. As the friends cannot decide on what film to see, the girls see one film while the boys see another. One film turns out to be great- the other not so much! This reading is predominantly in the imperfect and preterite t
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a short story in Spanish that is around 700 words. It is a quirky, funny, school-appropriate story about a family's visit to an odd aunt's house for a meal and weirdness ensues! There are a couple small pictures included in the story to add humor. The story contains verbs in both the preteri
This reading describes a family wedding that the narrator and his girlfriend attended. It allows students to see the preterite and imperfect tenses in context!New vocabulary is introduced in a glossary. The reading is also followed by 6 short answer questions in Spanish. Includes two versions of th
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is an activity set which begins with a short story (around 750 words) that is a series of journal entries about a girl who goes to a Spanish-speaking country to adopt her new sister. After the story, there are five different sets of questions/activities that involve the skills of interpretive r
Grades:
9th - 12th
Click here for a video preview of Choral Readings! Activity InformationChoral readings are a fun way to tackle reading skills, grammar, and comprehension while helping students identify their mastery of specific skills! Each one has a one-page reading passage with highlighting and coded reading chal
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This is a short story of around 680 words in Spanish in which a student has a bad day in school and it continues to get worse. It's light-hearted and age-appropriate. The story has verbs in the imperfect and preterite tense. There are questions that follow the story which require the reader to find
Click here for a video preview of Pepe and Paula readings and here for a free episode summary.Activity Information:Pepe & Paula readings are a fun way to get comprehensible input for every Spanish topic, when used as a complete set, they tell the story of a budding romance between Pepe and Paula
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Not Grade Specific
Would you like to help your students practice the preterit vs imperfect while reading and listening about an authentic Mexican artist?Easily adaptable for distance learning - just email or screenshare!The lesson is designed to:Introduce students to Mexican painter and cultural icon: Frida KahloIntro
Get your students to practice and deepen their knowledge of the Spanish Preterite and Imperfect verb tenses (regular and irregular verbs) with this reading passage and activities. “El domingo pasado” includes an original reading passage, comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, speaking and writing activ
This is an activity I use in class to practice the use of Preterite and Imperfect. The text is a version of the Three Little Pigs that I wrote, using all verbs that could be understood by beginning/intermediate Spanish students. I have students work with a partner to read the story out loud. One p
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Grades:
7th - 12th
Get your students to practice and deepen their knowledge of the Spanish Preterite and Imperfect tenses - regular and irregular verbs - with this reading passage and activities. Vacaciones en República Dominicana includes an original reading passage, comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, and writing ac
These product contains 2 pages of reading comprehension questions based on a biography (all in Spanish) written by Victoria of Padreshispanos.com. **Since the link is no longer active, I have included a copy of the biography in this revised download.** CONTENT • Appropriate for Spanish 3 to Span
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Grades:
9th - 12th
This is a one-page, 411 word short story about a girl who is home alone at night at becomes frightened. It turns out to be humorous at the very end. It's based on a true story of my childhood. There are examples of the imperfect and the preterite throughout the story. There are both regular and irre
Grades:
8th - 12th

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