This product contains scaffolded notes for students to understand the placement of double object pronouns in Spanish
. The first page of the notes gives examples of where pronouns are placed when there is only one pronoun in a sentence (before the verb or attached to the end of the verb). Students need to have an understanding of pronouns before completing this activity.
The second page is a detailed chart
that outlines what to do when there are double object pronouns in a sentence. Students are given example sentences with one pronoun and have to fill in the chart to answer two questions:
1) who or what is "getting the goods"
(indirect object pronoun or reflexive),
2) the indirect object pronoun,
3) what is being "verbed"
(the direct object pronoun), and
4) the direct object pronoun
The last column includes the correctly written sentence with the double object pronouns included. There is a second version of the chart included that has that last column left blank so students need to write the new sentence themselves.
You can choose to use either chart in your class.
This is a great way to summarize and practice pronoun placement in your Spanish classroom. The chart is also a great resource for students to keep in their notebooks.
An answer sheet is included.
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