An end-of-unit project to practice preterite vs. imperfect! Students write the synopsis of a movie in the past tense using preterite and imperfect. But they can't use the names of any characters or actors so you can use it as a class guessing game. The students get speaking and listening practice without even realizing it!
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 product is also available as part of my Preterite Vs 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
If you are teaching Spanish 3, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 3 Mega-Bundle