Don’t reinvent the wheel! Here it is for you to use.
This is a vocabulary and grammar handouts for your students. But as a teacher you can use this same material not only as a reference for the students but as part of your lesson.
You can project these notes on a smart board and then click on the link which is right above the QR code. This link is the same as the QR code but the QR codes makes it easy for students to use their cellphone, tablets, notebooks or other devices to access the same resources. The links and QR codes give you access to PowerPoints with grammar explanation, tutorials, videos (when available), activities, practice, games and challenges (limited). NOTE: The notes are my material. The websites are readily available online; I simply have done the search for you. The materials contained in the websites are not my property.
The grammar is given and explained followed with QR codes for students to use on their own.
Special education students have good practice and resources while advanced students can challenge themselves.
Parents will have this as a tool to help their child. It will be difficult for parents to deny access to resources for their child.
Note: Items with and * indicates that it does not have practice activities.
4 - 5 1. Preterite of –ar Verbs
6 - 7 2. Preterite of –er & -ir Verbs
8 - 11 3. Preterit of –car, -gar and –zar verbs
12 - 15 4. Preterite: Irregular Stem Verbs
16 - 20 5. Preterit of –ir stem-changing verbs
21 - 22 6. Preterite of iy spelling change verbs
23 - 25 7. Imperfect tense: regular verbs
26 - 27 8. Imperfect tense: irregular verbs
28 9. Expressions of time used to describe the past *
29 - 32 10. Uses of the Imperfect *
33 - 35 11. Uses of the Preterite *
36 - 37 12. Bare Facts on Preterit vs. Imperfect
38 - 40 13. Hace + time expressions