Spanish Double-Object Pronoun TPR Story PowerPoint and Activities, by Angie Torre
This 47-slide TPR Story PowerPoint and Activities is a story about a boy who tries to impress a girl with Sra. Torre's teddy bear. He steals the bear and gives it to a girl but it ends up getting passed to many different people before it ends up where it belongs.
The story includes many uses of direct, indirect and double object pronouns in Spanish and is illustrated with engaging photos.
In the second part of the PowerPoint the story is repeated with the pronouns left out. Students fill in the appropriate direct or indirect object pronouns or double object pronouns.
The accompanying activities include the following:
~pre-teaching of vocabulary
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To learn how to teach a story using TPR Strategies and see me teach a sample story, click here: Youtube Video of How To Tell TPRStory
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If you are teaching the direct and indirect object pronouns, you might also be interested in the Object Pronoun PowerPoint: Object Pronouns PowerPoint
For the French Double Object Pronoun TPR Story, click here: French Double Object TPRS
For Spanish Three TPR Stories, click here: Spanish Three TPR
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