I created these Spanish I materials to help my students review information covered earlier in the year as they prepare for final exams but I find that it also makes a nice pre-assessment / review packet for returning Spanish students Level II and above.
In this bundle you get:
1. Twenty questions in Spanish that require students to respond in complete sentences. The questions include "¿Cómo te llamas?", "¿Cuántos años tienes?, "¿Qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?", ¿Cómo se llama tu mejor amigo?", etc.
I created this handout as a reading / writing practice activity but it can easily be used for listening comprehension and oral practice by reading the questions to your class and having them respond orally or in writing. In fact, the questions can be given to groups of 3-4 students for collaborative practice.
In addition to the answer key, I also created notes for the teacher that highlights key grammatical points and teachable moments associated with this activity.
2. A paragraph Spanish written from a student's point of view. There is a word-bank for assistance, however, there are more words than are needed so students cannot easily use the process of elimination.
3. Lastly, there is a word search that contains classroom vocabulary. Students are tasked with writing the English word for each of the Spanish words listed. Upon completion, they may look for the Spanish words hidden in the puzzle.
4. A second "Twenty questions" handout that lists questions about food. (example) "¿Qué comes en el desayuno?", "¿Quién cocina la cena en tu casa?", "¿Cuál es tu merienda favorita?", etc.
5. A second word search that contains food vocabulary. (comida, frutas, verduras, pan, carne, pollo, bistec, etc.)
For additional value, I am including a picture of Peruvian students visiting the ruins in Pachacamac, Peru. I think that this will be a valued decoration in your classroom if you print it in color.
These materials will be helpful additions to your end-of-year review but I think it will also work very well as substitute teacher plans, warm-ups, brain breaks, or as homework.