You can use this product in several different ways. There is both a present tense version and a past tense version included so you could use this for level one and all the way up through level four. There are 3 slides that pre-teach vocabulary at the start of the story. There is a two-page handout of questions for students.
1.First of all, this works great as a sub-plan. For minimal teacher contact, just upload the pdf story version you want to use to Google Classroom and print out copies of the questions for students. Students can read through this story on their own.
2.You can also present this story to the class live. If you present this story to the class live, you can ask them questions as you move through the story to add repetitions and to check for comprehension. If you choose to present this story live, you can use the question sheet as an assignment or as an assessment. You could also choose to give the students the questions right away so that you work through them as a class as you move through the story.
**If you use the past tense version this is great reinforcement of the preterite & imperfect. It also includes a few past perfect verbs but if students don't know those already it is pre-taught in the slides before the story.
la coneja (it's a female bunny in the story)
LANGUAGE STRUCTURES USED:
PRESENT TENSE VERSION / PAST TENSE VERSION
tengo que /tengo que
robó (pre-taught in slides) /había robado
están contentos /estaban contentos
no fui yo (pre-taught in slides) /no fui yo
le faltan (pre-taught in slides) /le faltaban (pre-taught in slides)
estás segura /estás segura
estoy segura /estoy segura
empieza la primavera (pre-taught) /había empezado la primavera (pre-taught)
se acerca /se acercó
se pone furioso /se puso furioso
le dice /le dijo
le grita /le gritó
This will take about 60 minutes if you assign it for students to do on their own. This could take longer if you decide to spend some more time with them pre-teaching vocabulary/going through the story live and asking questions as you go.