This unit presents basic human body vocabulary, the verb TENER and DOLER
I play Simón Dice with this unit and use it on the quiz/test for the listening component (students touch the body part said and hold it while I scan the room to see who has identified it).
There's also a great Sing, Dance and Eat Tacos Song called "Dolor de Cabeza" that works well with this unit.
Student note sheet and guided notes on body vocabulary, form of tener, tener expressions (to be hot, hungry, # years old, etc), and the 2 forms we use with doler
Several practices that review body vocabulary and some that pair doler with vocabulary to distinguish me duele vs me duelen
A quiz on body with listening script
A unit test on body, tener expressions, and doler with listening script
The pictures I use daily to encourage student speaking
My anticipatory set slides for each day of the unit.
The Tweety Activity is a pair speaking/listening. The student with the grid of body vocabulary tells the other what body parts hurt Tweety. The student listening draws band-aids on the big Tweety. When finished, the speaking student has the key on his/her page and can check the other's work. They switch roles and repeat the activity. If a pair finishes early, they can make up their own.
I did laminate a big Tweety and some little band-aid cut outs my first year. After that (live and learn), I asked the nurse for some real Band-Aids and let the kids place them (in the package) on the laminated Tweety to minimize the number of pieces to the activity.