can be a very challenging verb for students. Many PowerPoints about gustar
don’t cover asking and answering questions in much detail. However, I am excited to offer this engaging detailed PowerPoint on various ways to use gustar
to ask and answer questions about what people like
or like to do
. This unique, fully animated Powerpoint is a quick and easy way to involve students in the learning process. I think that this extensive presentation will be exactly what you are looking for and not break the bank in the process! My goal is to provide high quality products at low prices to help ease the time and stress involved in teacher prep.
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This 57-slide presentation begins with a short cartoon sketch depicting the interaction between a teenage boy and girl. The language difference creates a communication problem and he is determined to impress her by learning how to use gustar
to find out what she likes and doesn’t like. Mastering gustar
isn’t always easy for students. This PowerPoint assumes a basic understanding of gustar’s
sentence structure. However, it does include a brief review before exploring the 4 basic ways to ask questions using gustar
and how to answer them. As various question types and answers are presented, students are encouraged to use the examples, previous knowledge of gustar
, and their knowledge of English grammar to formulate answers to the questions why?
. Putting the explanation in their own words helps them to begin to master this challenging but very useful verb.
The lesson can be presented to the class, in groups, or individually as the information is animated to allow a self-paced approach. However, please remember that it is for classroom use only and cannot be copied or sent home with students without purchasing additional licenses.
In This Product
✎ Slides 1-3 Introduces Using Gustar to Form Questions
✎ Slides 4-7 Reviews the verb Gustar
✎ Slides 8-9 Introduces Yes/No
✎ Slides 10-13 Uses animation to present grammatical structure allowing students to use previous knowledge to help determine the accurate structure
✎ Slides 14-20 Explores the use of le, les, te, me
in questions and answers with opportunities to practice using animation to self-correct
✎ Slides 21-25 Introduces use of ¿qué?
to ask what?
✎ Slides 26-31 Explores how to ask and answer questions using animation to allow for student in-put
✎ Slides 32-33 Introduces the concept of ¿qué ….. hacer?
to ask what … likes to do?
✎ Slides 34-40 Explores questions and answers involving ¿qué+infinitives?
✎ Slides 41-45 Introduces ¿A quién?
to ask who?
✎ Slides 46-56 Explores using ¿A quién?
looking at the many possibilities in questions and answers
✎ Slide 57 Concludes the presentation revisiting the boy and his dilemma
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I enjoy making PowerPoint and would be glad to customize any of my PowerPoint for you or create an original PowerPoint on any topic. Please contact me for additional information via my TpT store, PlbC Aprenda Conmigo!
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