This is a 2-person, 9 line skit between a young girl and her grandmother who are discussing the timing of the girl's birthday and the preceding holidays.
Dates, calendar, and holidays are the focus of the skit. Day of the Dead, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are mentioned, along with the girl's birthday. Additional key words and phrases used in the skit are: ¿cuál es la fecha de hoy?, la fecha de hoy es, querer + infinitive, me encanta, claro, gustar + infinitive, el primero de octubre, poder + infinitive, and there are 3 different Spanish dates mentioned in the skit.
Included in the download:
1. Bilingual Spanish and English skit, copied 2 per page for student handouts.
2. Spanish only skit, copied 2/page for student handouts. This can be used as a translation assignment.
3. Bilingual Spanish and English skit in large font that can be projected. Use for presenting and practicing vocabulary.
3. Bilingual Spanish only skit in large font that can be projected. Use for presenting and practicing vocabulary.
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Spanish Calendar and Dates Skit / Role Play / Speaking Activity - El Calendario
by Sue Summers
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License
. pair work, partner activity, cooperative learning, Spanish dates