Get all the essentials you need to teach your students how to make comparisons of equality and inequality in Spanish. Each product comes with instructions and key advice to make sure you reach the goals within each lesson.
Comparisons Introduction PowerPoint
This is an animated and interactive 72 slides power point that introduces the concept of comparisons in Spanish to students. (Más / menos que… tan / tanto como). I usually take two classes to do this PowerPoint. One day we work in comparisons of equality and the next day we do comparisons of inequality. This PowerPoint contains:
- All the equations to form all the different kinds of comparisons of equality and inequality.
- Sentences that are illustrated with pictures for better understanding.
- examples of comparisons in English and Spansih.
- Exercises where your students will have to translate sentences from English to Spanish comparing verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and nouns.
Comparisons Practice Packet
This is a three page packet for students to practice making comparisons of equality and inequality. As a bonus, get your students to review a little culture by comparing Colombian artist Bernando Botero’s paintings. This assessment goes really well with unit 1B of textbook Realidades 2 but it can of course be taught with any text book.
This file contains:
- Three pages of exercises with an answer key included (6 pages total)
- Question 1: Students make comparisons of inequality translating sentences from English to Spanish.
- Question 2: Students make comparisons of inequality according to the images they see.
- Question 3: Students make comparisons of equality according to the images they see.
- Question 4: Students make comparisons of equality translating sentences from English to Spanish.
- Question 5: Students look at two paintings by famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero, and make comparisons of both, equality and inequality.
- Question 6: Students compare Fernando Botero with any other Spanish or American artist.
Speaking activity: Interview your friends comparing their preferences.
Get your students up and moving with this speaking activity, where they are to interview seven different partners about their preferences in the target language.
This file contains:
- One page worksheet with answer key and a clear example for students to use as a guide and be able to complete all the exercise.
- Seven questions written in English. Students will need to first translate the questions from English to Spanish, that way they will feel more confident when asking the questions to their peers because they can just read them to them.
- A space for students to record their peers’ answers in Spanish.
At the end of this activity, students would have practiced comparisons of equality and inequality and conjugations of verbs in the yo, tú, él and ella form.
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