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Spanish: Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)

Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
Spanish:  Double Object Pronouns (Indirect/Direct Object Pronouns)
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1. 26 Slide Powerpoint that introduces rules and key questions for Indirect and Direct Object Pronouns. One slide also reviews subject pronouns and another reflexive pronouns. (Our curriculum places direct/indirect object pronouns after reflexives.) Slide show DOES NOT teach subject/reflexive but rather reviews and reinforces WHAT they are and WHERE they are placed in a sentence. Slideshow DOES introduce/teach Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns as well as the word order required with conjugated verbs or infinitives (NOT commands). A quick memory aid (I do!) is added to the word order slides. The last slide is blank and titled "La Tarea" for you to edit/add your own homework.)

2. A student card: 1/2 page (2 student cards on one PDF page) that can be used as a guide/notes. I've used them as "desk cards" a la elementary school alphabet or number strips that students can use a a point of reference during class practice/review work/desk work.

3. Three worksheets plus answers keys. The worksheets walk students through:(1st worksheet) basic pronoun use with subject pronouns and step-by-step instructions to follow to write sentences in Spanish; (2nd worksheet) reinforcement of first (backward writing) and building to add second verbs and (3rd worksheet) is quite challenging, requiring students to determine whether or not there are direct, indirect or even another way (include an infinitive within the same clause) to write the sentences. (Se la quiero cantar vs. Quiero cantársela.) The THIRD worksheet also asks students to highlight the different parts of the sentence (conjugated verbs, infinities, direct object and indirect objects).

Each is called an "Elvis Paper" as I frequently teach the song "Bésame" from the album Suavament by Elvis Crespo at the onset of this unit. It repeats/reinforces the idea of pronoun placement at the end of positive commands. All of our in class sentences then begin with Elvis doing something...and it evolved from there. If you would like the word doc sent to you so you could change this, please let me know. I've upload the PDFs as it kept the layout in place and I was worried about that with different fonts/computers, etc. Message me, and I will be happy to obliged once you have purchase this.

PLEASE NOTE: Purchase allows for use in your OWN classroom and any copies that help with that. Purchase does NOT allow for redistribution nor posting online in any format or way. If you colleagues are interested, please purchase licenses. Thank you!
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