Need to occupy your students at the end of the year? Have a week or just a few days? This unit can help. There' s a longer project included as well as an extensive review packet. If you don't have a lot of time, I've made some review activities such as my "Jeopardy with a Twist" and "Memory with a Twist" to review adjective agreement and verb conjugations. Enjoy and happy end-of-the-school year/term!
The long-term project-
Students will look at a list of topics covered during their first year of study and rank them in order of how well they understand/remember them. They choose a topic that they marked with low recall/comprehension and then pair up with a student who has the same topic to review. They will then create a review activity that will help them study.
Contained are templates for the "Memory with a Twist" (Schepeezofobia) board and the "Jeopardy with a Twist" (Suerte) board that students can use to create their comprehension activities.
There is also a rubric included.
I have students create their activity and then present it to the class meaning the class will play the Memory or Jeopardy game. Student audience game boards are included.
A review packet covering everything we learn in our first year. It's the equivalent to the first half of Spanish I (at my middle school we break the first year into two parts for 7th and 8th grade) so there may be topics you haven't covered or missing some that you have. I often give this to them while I conduct speaking proficiency tests in the rear of the room. Kids pop in earbuds and work in blissful silence while I test each one's speaking individually.
I've included one of my Suerte (Jeopardy) games and my Schepeezofobia (Memory) games as well. You'll need the Suerte cards or the Schepeezofobia board which are both available in this folder.
I've also printed out the PPT of these games as slides and had students work silently to either answer the jeopardy questions (print it out as hand-outs so the lines appear in the margin) or pair the memory slides and explain in English by translating the slides to show how they match.