For the Google Slides I made text boxes over the lines so students can type in their answers. The underlying worksheet can't be deleted, but the text boxes can, so you may want to remind students that ctrl z will undo any mistake. Please make sure you are signed into your school Google account before you make the copy.
This worksheet asks students to fill in their own schedule to practice the ordinal numbers, class names, and adjectives to describe their classes. It gives an example that uses "mas... que..." and has "primera hora" written out. It has a table with space where students write in "__ hora," the name of the class, and a sentence for each. At the bottom it gives a challenge for students to write more sentences on the back using "gustar" and adjectives (Por ejemplo: "Me gusta la clase de matemáticas porque es fácil.")
When I used this with my students, I had lots of questions about what to call certain classes that aren't specifically named in the vocab. I had them either use the class name that was as close as possible (ciencias sociales for something like psychology) or just substitute a class that they'd like to have. You could have them look up different class names, but as we all know, we don't want them depending on online translators. (For a block schedule, I'd suggest that they label one day as 1-4 and the next as 5-8 so that they get practice using different numbers.)
Check out my other resources for this chapter: