This is a fun activity where students use the present perfect to talk about what they have accomplished in relation to what they do now. In the first section of the worksheet, students respond to pairs of questions. The first question in the pair is in the present tense, and the second is in the present perfect, based on the first. For example: do you eat cheese? / Have you ever eaten a whole block of cheese? The questions focus on food, travel, experiences, and are designed to model the differences between the two tenses. In addition, students use the DO pronouns in their responses to help review.
The second half of the activity is interpersonal, as students respond to prompts with the craziest/most impressive, or weirdest experience they have had and create a question in the present perfect to ask the class. They then chart the responses, and respond to two questions in Spanish about the data they have collected.
This is a safe, fun and interactive way for students to practice the present perfect using their own experiences. It gives written and oral practice in the first and second person, and reviews DO pronouns. In addition, it allows students to collect data and synthesize that data to infer conclusions; necessary skills for AP/ACT prep.
You can use this activity for Spanish 2-4, and I use it in conjunction with Realidades 2 6b and Realidades 3 5 See redacted sample for examples.