This worksheet allows students to practice the present conditional with subjunctive imperfect sentence starters. The activity starts with passive recognition of the SI, when they translate high frequency verbs for hypothetical use. Then they must finish a sentence frame that starts with an subjunctive imperfect with a conditional clause.
After ten of these frames, students then create a hypothesis and survey their class, followed by a synthesis of the information, where they make global statements about the manner in which their fellow students responded.
This worksheet allows interactive practice with the conditional in the yo, tu, ella, forms, and is both receptive and productive, with speaking, listening, reading and writing practice. My kids love it, and the best hypothetical I have heard yet was:
"How would you be different if you won every game you played?"
The preview shows some of the questions and form of the worksheet.