Students need to learn to succinctly and respectfully express their opinions, and this is one engaging, fun way to practice that skill! Use these 36 "Would you rather?" prompts to meet speaking, listening, and writing standards! Use them as a whole class, in pairs, in centers, or in writing or interactive notebooks. Two formats included to make prep easy depending on your needs: print 9 different prompts on a page, or print a page of 9 of the same prompt.
100% Spanish, and suitable for dual language, dual immersion, bilingual, and native Spanish-speaking classrooms.
How it works:
36 different "would you rather" writing prompts are included, with six suggestions for ways to use them to meet speaking, listening, and writing skills. There are also seven different recording sheets as options for student use, plus pages with the prompts in a form that lends itself to writing or interactive notebooks. Additionally, a rubric is included that can be used to help students evaluate their own writing, or assist in grading.
Aligned to CCSS and TEKS for first through fourth grades, See the preview for specific standards.
With the variety of options for use and writing sheets for this resource, it will work well in first through fourth grades.
Black and white for easy printing!
Please look at the preview to see everything included in this resource!
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