This is the fifth lesson of my new student-led learning series
called Figure Out!
This is Figure Out: -IR Present Tense Verbs!
and is aimed toward Spanish 1 students. Save money
with the Figure Out: Spanish 1 Bundle!
These activities are used to introduce a new verb tense.
In this case, it's -IR Present Tense Verbs.
The concept behind the Figure Out! series is that students will completely teach themselves the new tense including:
1) how to form regular -IR present tense verbs
2) how to practice and write sentence with regular -IR present tense verbs
I suggest handing this activity out and explaining to students that they must use the clues within the text (in this case, a letter written to a penpal in Spain), to figure out how to form -IR present tense verbs.
The second half of the activity includes writing complete sentences with -IR present tense verbs.
Note: Two versions of the letter are provided
- the first has the conjugated -IR verbs underlined to help students, and the second does NOT have the conjugated -IR verbs underlined. These two versions will allow for differentiation in your classroom
if you have students working at various levels.
An answer key is included.
This is a fantastic, interactive way to have students take ownership in their learning and teach themselves the new verb tense.
I promise you that you'll be amazed with how many connections students will be able to make as they read this activity and complete the activities.
Check out other products from the Figure Out! series:
*FREEBIE* Figure Out: -AR Present Tense Verbs
Figure Out: -ER Present Tense Verbs
Figure Out: The Simple Future
Figure Out: Saber vs. Conocer
Figure Out: The Present Subjunctive
Figure Out: The Future Tense
Figure Out: The Conditional
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