This is a zip file with a powerpoint and a notes page for students to take notes. The powerpoint teaches students what the direct object is in English, then what the pronouns are in Spanish, where they go with the present progressive (both places they can go), why the -ando/-iendo endings sometimes require an accent mark, and students practice rewriting sentences with the direct object pronouns (in both places). The powerpoint includes animation. The notes page has blanks in it where students have to fill in words from the powerpoint and lines for them to practice rewriting sentences. They can refer back to their Notes later in the class period or a few days later to study! The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. The notes page is saved as both an editable Word doc and a PDF.
This powerpoint & notes is included in my Spanish Direct Object Pronouns Lesson with the Present Progressive
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