This product is a collection of notes and worksheets related to Adjective Agreement in Spanish. These are great resources for your Spanish 1 classroom as you're teaching your students about adjectives for the first time.
• 3 pages of notes on what adjectives are and how to use them properly in Spanish. The explanations include adjectives that end in o/a, adjectives that end in e, adjectives that end in a consonant, and nationalities that end in a consonant. Each possible form of these adjectives is displayed and examples are provided.
I especially love to give these notes to students who were absent on the day we took notes on these concepts. It's much easier and more reliable than asking them to get the notes from a classmate.
• A basic adjective agreement worksheet, which is split into four sections.
-First, adjectives that end in o/a
-Second, adjectives that end in e
-Third, adjectives that end in a consonant
-Fourth, nationalities that end in a consonant
There are 12 examples in each section.
• A basic adjective agreement worksheet with 30 examples, which includes all types of adjectives.
• A compare and contrast adjective agreement worksheet that features two opposite adjectives per sentence. There are 12 sentences on this worksheet.
• An adjective agreement worksheet that also helps students learn their articles (a/an, some, the). Student are asked to translate 20 phrases from English to Spanish, such as "a small school" and "the French girls."
• A more advanced adjective agreement worksheet that also focuses on the conjugations of ser
. Students are asked to translate 10 sentences from English to Spanish. Each sentence features a subject, a conjugation of ser
, and two adjectives. The directions remind the students to make sure that the verb and the adjectives match the subject of each sentence.
• An advanced adjective agreement worksheet that asks the students to create a sentence using two adjectives of their choice. Each of the 10 prompts provide a different subject for the students to write their sentence about. This worksheet also requires the students to conjugate ser
• A sentence writing activity that asks the students to create 12 sentences from strips of paper pulled from baggies. One baggie contains the subjects and one baggie contains the adjectives. The student must write the sentence that their strips indicate, being sure to match their verb and adjective to the subject.
There are 4 sets of adjectives included for this activity, choose the one that works best for your students. Please note, you will need to cut up the strips of paper and place them in baggies or on paperclips before handing out the activity to your students.
You can make the activity more challenging by:
- Having the students trade papers and translate each other's sentences..
- Having the students write the negative version of each sentence (for example, Yo NO soy chistoso.
instead of Yo soy chistoso.
- Having the students write the question version of each sentence (for example, ¿Es José rubio?
instead of José es rubio.
Answer keys for the worksheets are included with your purchase.
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