Como éramos: An end-of-unit project to practice the Spanish imperfect tense! Students create a slideshow about their childhood in the imperfect tense. Each slide has a different theme - family, hometown, etc. - so they don't just use the yo form. Other than one photo of themselves as a child, the rest of the photos can be googled.
This file includes an instruction sheet, work day guides, drafting pages, a sample, and a rubric. It also incorporates peer edits, reading, writing, listening, and speaking. I also included PDF and DOC copies so you can adjust the requirements, point totals, or vocabulary to meet your students' needs.
This activity reviews Spanish imperfect conjugation – both regular and irregular verbs.
This product is also available as part of my Imperfect Bundle
If you like this idea – ready-to-go-projects that try to incorporate reading, writing, listening and speaking in the target language – this is also available as part of my Spanish Project Bundle