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Do your students struggle to choose Spanish preterite vs. imperfect,
pretérito, imperfecto? Do you sometimes find it difficult to deciding preterite versus imperfect, too? Use this new 5 question system, plus practice stories, activities, videos, and assessments to make the choice between preterite vs. imperfect much easier for you and your students. JPGS included to use for distance learning.
Here’s what’s included:
♦ Step-by-Step Teacher Guide Explaining How to Use the 5 Question System
♦ 5 Questions Student Handout
♦ 2 Video Stories to Discuss When to Use Each Tense
♦ 2 Practice Stories (Choose between the Tenses and Fill in the Blank)
♦ Preterite vs. Imperfect Quiz
♦ Preterite vs. Imperfect Test
♦ Class Story Writing Activity
♦ 3 Video Links Explaining Preterite with Emotional or Mental States with Common Verbs (ponerse, decir, ser, estar)
♦ 13 Internet Practice Activities
Use these resources and your students will:
♦ Understand the reasons for using preterite or imperfect
♦ Choose correctly between preterite and imperfect
♦ Learn authentic ways to use these tricky tenses in context
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* "My students have found the way you explain and reinforce the material to be EXTREMELY helpful and engaging."
* "This was very helpful. Preterit and imperfect are my least favorite tenses to teach, because I still don't use them 100% correctly myself!"
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