This activity includes one page of useful classroom expressions (both what students can say and what they might hear the teacher say), a set of 8 questions in English to ask what the student could say in Spanish (Ex. What do you say when you can't understand what someone says?), a classroom expressions game that is played in small groups and a matching handout to review the classroom expressions (this handout can also be purchased separately for lower levels. I have used this activity both as a review during the first week of class in Spanish 2 and also as an activity for practicing commands.
The group game has students form groups of 4-5 and then the teacher calls out a list of silly commands (17 in total) that they must do as a group (Exs. Saquénle la lengua a la profesora or cuenten los números 1 a 10 en voz alta). The winners complete all the tasks correctly.