Rotating interviews are a great way to get kids moving, mixing, and speaking in Spanish! Students are given 12 pointed questions and rotating through 12 partners, asking questions in the second person, responding in the first person, and recording what they find in the third person. This file includes instructions with two options for how to play and a possible cultural lesson to add in. No prep - just print and go for 15 minutes of conversation in the target language!
This game reviews Spanish vocabulary related to learning and education. It is intended for intermediate Spanish and incorporates affirmation and negation, present tense boot verbs, and a review of the present tense, which correlates to Realidades 2 Chapter 1A. This file does include the editable files, so you can tweak it to meet your class/vocabulary.
If you are looking for activities that correlate to Realidades 2 Chapter 1A, you can click here
for more affirmation and negation activities, here
for more boot verb activities, and here
for more present tense activities.
For better value, this activity is also available as part of my Learning Bundle