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Spanish Verbs Ir | Venir Places PowerPoint | TPR Stories and Activities

Angie Torre
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This 138-slide PowerPoint, TPR Stories and Activities is a complete lesson on the Spanish verbs "ir" and "venir." It includes digital versions for distance learning, two TPR Stories, Interactive Notebook Activities, group activities, bell work, competitions and many other practices and activities. Spanish Grammar

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This product includes the following resources:

  • The verb "ir" used in context with visuals
  • The conjugation of the verb "ir"
  • An explanation of the contraction "al" for masculine nouns and use of "a la" for feminine nouns
  • The verb "ir" and places used in sentences with visuals.
  • Two Bell work activities: one in which students answer questions and one in which students decide if the sentence is logical or illogical. All sentences have many examples of the verb "ir"
  • The conjugation of the verb, "venir"
  • An explanation of "del" and "de la"
  • A practice in which students write the correct form of the verb "venir" and "del" or "de la", "al" or "a la",
  • A competition of the verbs "ir" and "venir" in which students write complete sentences changing the infinitive to the proper conjugation and "al, a la, del" or "de la".
  • Explanation of the construction of "ir + a + infinitive"
  • A practice in which students rewrite the sentence by changing the verb from the present to the immediate future using the construction, "ir + a + infinitive"
  • A practice in which students answer questions using the construction, "ir + a + infinitive".
  • An autocorrecting Google Forms Activity to practice "ir + al" and "ir + a la"

The PowerPoint also includes:

  • A check for understanding
  • A conjugation practice with complete sentences using the verb "ir" and "al" or "a la" with a repetition of the places for comprehensible input.
  • After much repetition of the verb "ir" and the places, there is a competition in which students answer the question, "¿Adónde vas/va/van...para...?" using the verb "ir" and "al" or "a la" and the places.
  • Two TPR Stories with many uses of the verb, "ir" and the expression, "ir + a + infinitive"
  • A competition in which students answer true or false questions and comprehension questions.
  • Google Slides digital versions for use in Google Classroom, other Google platforms, and distance learning

The PowerPoint also explains the difference between "¿Dónde?" and "¿Adónde?" There are visuals for clarification. The places included are: la tienda, el museo, el parque, el parque de diversiones, la ciudad, la cama, la iglesia, la plaza, la escuela, la biblioteca, la piscina, la playa, el banco, el gimnasio, el centro comercial, la tienda, y el médico.

The "Spanish Ir" PowerPoint ends with two TPR stories. The first TPR story is about a girl who meets a cute boy at the gym but finds out that….. The story uses the verbs "ir" and "venir" multiple times.

The second TPR story is about a girl whose boyfriend breaks up with her and goes out with another girl. She doesn't handle it very well and so she… The story uses many examples of "ir + a + infinitive" to talk abut what the ex-girlfriend is going to do.

The supplemental activities include the following:

  • Interactive Notebook Activity in which students write, "Es lógica", or, "No es lógica". If the sentence is not logical, they write a logical sentence using the verb, "Ir".

  • INB activity in which students answer questions using the structure, "Ir + a +infinitivo"

  • Group Activity/printable designed to reinforce the use of the verb "ir" and the places. Students ask and answer questions about where they would go.

  • Scavenger Hunt in which students ask and answer questions using the construction, "ir + a + infinitive"

  • Activity in which students complete the sentences with the verb, "ir," and, "al," or, "a la"

  • Activity in which students change the sentence from the present tense to the immediate future

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Ir, Venir, and Places PowerPoint, TPR Story and Activities by Angie Torre is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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176 pages
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Teaching Duration
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