Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian

Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
Fairy Tales and using the Passato Prossimo versus Imperfect Tense in Italian
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This set of PowerPoint slides uses a fairy tale to encourage students to complete the story by using the Passato Prossimo versus the Imperfect tense in Italian. The ending is omitted and would be a great homework or follow up activity to engage student creativity and individuality with alternative endings to the classic tale.

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10 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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