Students learn how to make comparisons in Spanish. This curriculum is a complete lesson on the comparisons of inequality and the superlative in Spanish with an illustrated PowerPoint, student handouts, worksheets, homework, test, interactive notebook activities, bell work, digital activities for distance learning, and super-fun Google Drive Activities.
This 101-slide, “Spanish Comparatives and Superlative PowerPoint includes the following:
~Explanation of “más + adjetivo + que” in context with visuals
~Explanation of “menos + adjetivo + que” in context with visuals
~Explanation of the exceptions to the “comparativos”- mejor que, peor que, mayor que, menor que in context with visuals.
~Explanation of “tan + adjetivo + como” in context with visuals
~Check for Understanding in which students complete a cloze sentence with the comparatives
~Guided Practice in students answer questions using the comparative structure
~ Explanation of “tan + adverbio + como” in context with visuals
~Check for Understanding in which students answer questions using the comparative
~Practice in which students describe the photograph using the comparative
~ Explanation of “verbo + tanto + como”; “verbo + más que”; “verbo + menos que” in context with visuals
~Check for Understanding in which students answer questions using the comparative structure with verbs
~ Explanation of the comparative with nouns / sustantivos in context with visuals
~Check for Understanding in which students answer questions comparing nouns / sustantivos
~Closure activity: In a competition, students describe the photograph and answer questions using the comparative structures
~Practice activity in which students translate from English to Spanish
~Bell Work activity in which students change ridiculous comparative statements to logical one.
~ Explanation of the superlative structure in context with visuals
~Exceptions, “mejor, peor”
~Bell Work in which students answer questions using, “el superlativo”
~Practice activity in which students translate from English to Spanish (I try to keep that to a minimum)
~Competition in which students use parts of speech to write the sentence in the superlative and answer questions using the superlative structure
~Practice for the test in which students translate into Spanish
Word documents include:
~Test on the comparatives and superlative
~Student Handout Explanation of the “Los comparativos y el superlativo”
~Four homework activities
~Two Interactive Notebook Activities that correspond with the Power Point
ALL RESOURCES HAVE DIGITAL VERSIONS ALSO SO YOU CAN USE THEM IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM OR ANY GOOGLE PLATFORM AND FOR DISTANCE LEARNING.
LEARNING GOAL: Students will compare people and things using the proper grammar conventions. Students will make comparisons saying and writing the superlative.
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If you would like the lesson plans that go with the PowerPoint, click here: Comparatives Lesson Plans and Curriculum
For the video demonstrating the use of, "los comparativos", click here: Video for Los comparativos
For the French Comparatifs, click here: Les comparatifs
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