Get students out of their seats and talking to one another with these Spanish speaking activities using Spanish descriptive adjectives and the verb ser. In this interpersonal communication activity, students ask questions about their classmate's personality or physical appearance. Find Someone Who: Students try to get as many signatures as possible by finding someone who can answer their questions affirmatively. Fun and engaging activity! Instant, no prep resource. Just print & speak! Includes 2 activities with 12 questions each. Prints 2 activities per page.
Level: Novice Low to Novice Mid / Spanish 1
ACTFL Can Do Statement: Interpersonal Communication
I can answer a few simple questions.
I can respond to yes/no questions.
I can communicate basic information about myself and people I know.
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Spanish Speaking Activities
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