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Advanced Spanish Grammar Notes With Video for Distance Learning

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New: Includes link to Youtube video version of notes for distance learning!

Activity Information

Notes from the Profe Store are intentionally simple and straightforward to minimize direct instruction. For each lesson I have created a PowerPoint notes presentation and student notes guide. I also included PDF versions of both, which would be easy to post online for students who are absent.

These notes were designed with flipped classrooms in mind, so they are efficient as possible (no photos or frills). The meat of the explanation is clear and concise in English. The notes include direct instruction and a few examples to practice, but they do not include games and interpersonal activities – that is intentional so that flipped classrooms can keep the instruction self-guided without class activities.

If you like this style of direct instruction, this is also available as part of my Verb and Grammar Notes Bundle

These are also available in leveled bundles:

Spanish 1 Notes

Spanish 2 Notes

Spanish 3 Notes

Spanish 4 Notes

Topic Information:

This is part of my Advanced Spanish Grammar collection, and these notes cover:

- When "y" changes to "e"

- When "o" changes to "u"

- Spanish quotation marks

- Interrogatives vs conjunctions

- Spanish capitalization rules (days, months, nationalities, book titles, all caps)

- Articulation of dates

- Inversion of commas and decimal points

- Billion vs mil millones

- Más/menos de with numbers

- Using @ to show masculine and feminine options

- Abbreviating ordinal numbers in Spanish

- Telling time with más vs menos

- Writing lines in the number 0, the number 7, and the letter Z

- Days of the week starting on Monday

- Plural abbreviations like EE.UU. and FF.AA.

- The diéresis

- Using nouns as adjectives

- Using more than one adjective to describe a noun

- Using infinitive verbs after prepositions

- Spanish rhyming rules

- The voseo

This product is also available as part of my Advanced Spanish Grammar Bundle

If you are teaching Spanish 4, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 4 Mega-Bundle


These notes primarily focus on the ACTFL language comparison standard.

Going paperless? Use the PDF version of this product in the Notability app for students to add their notes. Or upload the editable version into Google docs to access on a Chromebook.

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