This colorful poster clarifies the differences between the Spanish verbs Ser and Estar, which both mean "to be."
This poster is very useful when introducing the verbs "Ser & Estar". We recommend that before passing out this poster, teacher does a discovery lesson so students discover the different ways to use each verb. It contains the acronyms DOCTOR and PLACE as well as the present tense conjugation of both verbs.
The PDF is poster sized and made to be printed at 24" x 36", 8.5" x 11", or 11: x 17". You can print this out on a poster printer or normal letter/double letter size printer.
How to "Print" the poster on a small format printer:
This method will print the poster in One letter size poster or whatever size you chose. I recommend printing it on cardstock for more durability.
1. Open file with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
2. Open the Print Dialog (File > Print) Windows (CTRL + P) Mac (⌘ + P)
3. Select the size of paper you want depending on the printer size.
4. Click Print.
5. Cut off white margins if you want or leave it as is.
6. You may laminate it if you want.
7. Display posters on the wall or distribute to each student.
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