Choral readings are a fun way to tackle reading skills, grammar, and comprehension while helping students identify their mastery of specific skills! Each one has a one-page reading passage with highlighting and coded reading challenges. The students complete those challenges first. Then the teacher reads the whole passage aloud and students read along on highlighted parts and use total physical response on the coded reading parts.
There is also a page of comprehension questions and an instruction page for the teacher to explore options of how to incorporate this activity in the classroom. Choral readings are designed to incorporate common core skills - reading for meaning and also analyzing how grammar works, how it sets the tone, and how it is used in authentic context.
It includes PDF and DOC versions so you can edit as needed. It also includes a color-coded answer key that you can project for quick self-assessment.
(This passage is the same as the rainbow reading passage for the same topic, but the coded reading tasks are different. The choral reading works more on speaking and pronunciation than the rainbow reading. The comprehension questions are the same.)
This activity reviews mostly Spanish affirmative and a few negative tú commands. If you haven't officially taught negative commands, you could still do it easily! It focuses on household chores, since that is the unit in which we learn commands. The reading is a mom's note to her kids asking them to do certain chores in preparation for a party.
No prep! Just print and go!
If you are looking for more comprehensible input reading activities, this is also available as part of my Choral Reading Bundle
This product is also available as part of my Informal Commands Bundle