Included in this indirect object pronoun practice are 3 conversational activities and 2 written activities.
The first activity is a series of conversational questions (translated on a separate page.) Students should ask and answer the questions in pairs. If your students are really struggling, I recommend having them circle the end of the verbs and identify who is doing the action before even looking at the indirect object pronoun.
The second oral practice can be done in groups of two or three.
The third oral practice is meant for groups of two.
Oral practices 2 and 3 are best done in groups composed of different skill levels.
The written practices are brief. I find that students enjoy writing about their classmates. It’s important to direct them to write appropriate sentences so they can be shared aloud or on the board and critiqued.
Vocabulary is taken from ¡Así se dice! 2 review chapters and/or ¡Así se dice! 1.
A preview is available. Translations of the conversational questions are provided.
Práctica Extra: Objetos Indirectos—Ejercicios Orales y Escritas
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