Spanish Preterite and Imperfect / Pretérito imperfecto PowerPoint and Interactive Notebook Activity
by Angie Torre
This 96-slide Power Point includes the following:
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~Conjugations of regular verbs: how to form the imperfect tense
~How to conjugate and use the verb, “Haber” in the imperfect
~Cloze practice in which students complete the sentences and paragraphs with verbs in the imperfect tense
~Competition in which students complete the sentences with the verbs in the imperfect tense
~Explanation of when to use the Imperfect and Preterite with visuals
USES EXPLAINED ARE:
EL PRETÉRITO: acciones terminadas; que tienen un fin; que ocurren una vez; una serie de acciones; los eventos principales
EL IMPERFECTO: acciones repetidas, habituales; que duran por mucho tiempo; no se menciona la terminación; acciones en progreso; la hora; la edad; descripciones (estado físico, mental, emocional); el tiempo ; acciones que ocurren simultáneamente (mientras); los pensamientos; el fondo (the background)
~Side-by-side comparison of the imperfect and preterite
~Check for Understanding practice in which students choose the imperfect or preterite
~Imperfect and Preterite used in the same sentence
~Contrast between the preterite and the imperfect (Used to be & was but no longer is)
~Palabras asociadas con el pretérito
~Palabras asociadas con el imperfecto
~Closure activity in which students choose whether the verb is the imperfect or preterite and say why they chose that tense.
~Summary of the uses of Preterite and Imperfect
~TENER, QUERER, PODER, SABER, CONOCER: The change of meanings of the verbs, “tener, querer, poder, saber, conocer” in the imperfect and preterite
~Check for Understanding Activity in which students tell a story by writing complete sentences, changing the infinitive to imperfect or preterite according to the meaning given for the verbs, “tener, querer, poder, saber, conocer”.
While students are watching the PowerPoint, they will write example sentences in their corresponding Imperfect Preterite Interactive Notebook Activities.
The use of interactive notebook activities has greatly improved student learning in my classes. If you would like to know more about how to use an interactive notebook in a world language classroom, please visit my blog: http://www.bestpowerpointsforspanishclass.com/blog/interactive-notebooks-in-2.html
The Interactive Notebook Activity includes:
~PowerPoint: six slides of instructions on how to fold and cut the foldable with one slide showing a student example
~Two pages of a foldable activity for the uses of the imperfect and preterite
~One page of a foldable activity for the comparison of the verbs, “tener, querer, poser, saber,” and “conocer” in the imperfect and preterite
For the entire Preterite vs. Imperfect Bundle, click here: Imperfect Preterite Bundle
For the imperfect preterite lesson plans, click here: Imperfect Preterite Lesson Plans & Curriculum
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If you would like to see the PowerPoint for "saber & conocer", click here: Spanish Saber Conocer PowerPoint
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