As of 12 February 2015, this item has been revamped. The price increase represents additional vocabulary cards and an additional practice page.
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This lesson introduces the verb "jugar," which is considered a stem-changing AR verb. Also included are flash cards to introduce vocabulary for sports and games. In addition, students will learn how to combine a + el to make al.
Here's what you'll get when you purchase this lesson:
*Eighteen mini flashcards of vocabulary related to sports and games (The previous version had 12.)
*Four pages of explanation, including charts and examples. (Besides demonstrating how to conjugate "jugar" and when to change the stem, this lesson also introduces "al," which is "a + el.")
*Two practice pages with answer keys (The previous version had only one.)
Please feel free to share these objectives with your students:
At the end of this unit, students should be able to:
* Identify "jugar" as an irregular verb in the present tense
* Describe why "jugar" is considered irregular in the present tense
* Correctly conjugate "jugar" in the present tense
* Write sentences using "jugar"
* Recognize sports- and game-related vocabulary terms
* Explain how to use "al" instead of "a el"