Do you need to teach grammar explicitly? Try using these activities to teach commands with an environmental theme. There are over 30 pages of material included. You can find grammar sheets with explanations on how to form informal tú commands (affirmative and negative), cloze activities with songs and an authentic environmental video. The Movie Talk activity (a commercial in English) includes PQA (Personalized Question and Answer), matching activity, command output activity and a Quizlet too!
Are you wondering what is Movie Talk? Read my description below:
It is a strategy that many TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) and CI (Comprehensible Input) teachers use that was created by Ashley J. Hastings. She used short segments of film to generate interest and enthusiasm in her students. To make it work in your classroom, choose a compelling video clip. Decide what structures you will teach and pre teach it. Play the segment, narrate the action slowly and with comprehensible language. Having the picture aids comprehension. Students enjoy having the visual material. It is great to use with all proficiency levels. The best part is that you can differentiate a Movie Talk by the types of questions you ask or the vocabulary that you pull out of it. Therefore you can use the same video with different levels, which lowers your amount of work. I enjoy creating ppts to accompany the Movie Talk because the picture is there with the text promoting visual literacy. The ppt gives the option of becoming a reader, (meaning you can photocopy it and use for FVR, Free Voluntary Reading library). It also allows for students to catch up at home if they are absent or to simply read it again if they missed something.
Here is a link to the Movie Talk: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5VDe-R1YH5Hd2RBOHhNOU5CaWc/view?usp=sharing