Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit

Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
Cuentos de Hada - Spanish Fairy Tales and the preterit tense week unit
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This is an entire weekly unit on Spanish Fairy Tales. It contains vocabulary, a skit with questions based on a traditional Spanish fairytale "El principe oso", grammar (preterit), practice activities, a project, and multiple quizzes. The advanced activity is based on the song "Te busque" by Nelly Furtado and Juanes! :)

Included:
- vocabulary list - with 26 vocabulary words and grammar points
- song lyrics (goes with song: "Arroz con leche")
- powerpoint - with pictures of vocabulary words for practice and bellwork activities
- "El principe oso" - a simple skit, based on a Spanish fairy tale
- props - pictures to color, cut out, and make props for the skit
- questions - to check for understanding on the skit
- grammar lesson and practice - preterite (past) tense
- speaking activity - students ask and answer questions with a partner based on pictures
- project - write and present an original fairy tale, using the vocabulary and preterit
- reading and grammar quiz (2 versions for retakes)
- advanced assignment - an independent activity to challenge strong students ("Te busque")

Rubrics:
- Each quiz has a rubric at the bottom
- In our class, if a student gets 100% correct on the quiz, he or she receives a B (proficient). The student must complete the advanced assignment in order to get an A. This may seem confusing, but works very well in our classes for differentiation. Feel free to adapt the grading for what is best for your class, though. :)
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