I created these materials to help my Spanish classes review the subject pronouns and regular -ar, -er, and -ir verbs prior to the end-of-course assessments.
This bundle includes:
1. Handouts with the Spanish subject pronouns and notes to help students distinguish between the pronouns that can be confusing for some students (nosotros, vosotros, ellos / ellas, tú / Usted, etc.)
The handouts also contain sample sentences (in English) with the subjects in bold. For practice, students are asked to write the Spanish pronouns that can be substituted for the highlighted subjects.
2. There are also graphics that provide the English subject pronouns in a column to the left and asks students to write the appropriate Spanish pronouns beside them. In a third column, students are instructed to write the regular verb endings for the Spanish pronouns. This graphic should work well during the initial lessons as well as during reviews.
The graphics also list regular, high-frequency verbs and provide space where students can write original, simple sentences for practice.
3. Lastly, I created fill-in-the-blank worksheets to support reading comprehension practice while students practice verb conjugation. The worksheets offer two paragraphs each that students will read and are asked to write in the correct form of the verbs in parentheses. For consistency the verbs are taken from the high-frequency lists found on the graphics.
4. You also get a copy of the cover page that features original photography taken in Guatemala. This page can be printed and displayed in the classroom for decoration.
These materials are simple tools that can be used during your lesson or as a review. You can also assign them for homework or include them in you substitute teacher plans.