A simple two-part speaking partner activity for Spanish 1 when they are learning the Spanish alphabet!
In part 1, there are 13 rounds. On each round the students see a slide with 7 letters on it. They have 15 seconds to memorize them, then you switch to the next slide. The students will see all the same letters minus one. The first student to call out the missing letter wins a point.
In part 2, there are 10 rounds. On each round, the students see a common Spanish word with one letter missing. The first student to call out the missing letter wins a point.
This is a Powerpoint file, so it is editable. So you can switch out the common words if your students have not learned them yet.
This activity reviews the Spanish alphabet. Please note - in my alphabet products, I still include the letters LL, CH, and RR to make sure that students recognize references to those letters, even as they are phased out. My Spanish Alphabet Notes go into more detail about letters being dropped and changing their names (Y, W), and we openly talk about the changing nature of the alphabet... and the human tendency to refer to the alphabet the way we first learned it as children even if we know there has been an official change.
This product is also available as part of my Spanish Alphabet Bundle