This is a modified Battleship game, where the grids are composed of images of the chapter vocabulary, along with letters for the students to call out. If you aren't familiar with the game, here is what the students do:
----place sets of flies (battleships) on a 10x10 grid with pictures and letters.
---- try to swat their opponents flies by calling out in Spanish the vocab picture from the grid, along with the letter.
----if they 'swat' the fly by calling out the correct vocab word and letter, the opponent marks an x over that fly on their grid
. When all the flies have been swatted game over.
This is super fun, and an excellent way to practice vocab production and reception, as the students say and hear each vocab word at least twice per game, and sometimes repeat the word with the image four or five times. Students have a very good time with the activity, and I use it at the beginning of the chapter instead of as a review.
Teacher's instructions are contained in the document.
See preview for redacted instructions, a sample of the of the grid, and a photo of the game when set up.
Best for Spanish 2 and 3, and can be used with Realidades 2 5b