This packet contains everything needed to do a project in Spanish to practice interrogatives, question words. There are directions which outline the 5-day project for students and explain the process of writing the questions and surveying classmates. There are three pages for students to write their survey questions out and gather responses from classmates. The grading rubric is also included and explained, this project is 48 points. Finally the charts students use to visually display their survey questions are included in four pages (three per page). Students are to color the key and chart according to the survey results, write out their questions and responses in Spanish and then write a statement describing the results they have. It is a great way to bring some simple math into Spanish class. It would also work great if teaching vocabulary about percentages as well.
I have used this project in Spanish 1 when students are learning all the interrogatives so the questions deal with likes/dislikes, food, age, classes, descriptions, etc in the present tense. However, it could be used with higher Spanish levels as a review of question words or with new past tense conjugations or vocabulary.