Are you trying to get students to learn "best" and "worst" in Spanish? Look no more!
You will find 21 prompts in this doc (the best cafeteria food is..../the best movie is.../the worst singer is...) with some suggested prompts. Students will want to give an opinion about these topics.
How can you use these prompts?
-You can post them around the room and do an opinions carousel. Students put a tally mark by their opinion, you ring a buzzer, and then they move quickly on to another prompt. Share trends the next day in class. (You can split the prompts in half and do this over two days.)
-Use 2-3 prompts a day as a conversation starter.
-Print these prompts 4 pages to a sheet, cut, and make a pile of conversation prompts for a partner or small group activity.
If these prompts ever get dated, you can always ask students for suggestions before you start!