In this fun, creative, and active Spanish class activity, students follow a "chain of commands" to act out various actions. Students wait for the person before them to complete their action, then complete theirs. Versions are included for 26 and for 20 students.
I normally cut the commands into individual slips of paper that I give to students in random order (be sure to cut off the numbers so they don't know the order!). I then give students five minutes to translate their action first, then as a class we act through the commands three times, timing the last set and competing against other class sections for the fastest times. Students normally say this is one of their favorite lessons and activities of the unit.
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