Battleship grid game handout.
Students practice Spanish adjectives that would go with the verb "ser" to form sentences that describe people. Vocabulary practice: personal adjectives. Grammar practice: present tense verb "ser" and adjective agreement for gender and number.
1. Students "hide" their ships by correctly writing the adjective in Spanish. Note: depending on the column, the adjective may have to be modified in gender or in number.
2. Pair play: Student A chooses a box on the grid that they look for one of Student B´s ships. To ask, Student A forms a complete sentence using the subject pronoun of the column, the verb "ser" correctly conjugated and the correct form of the adjective of the row. (I make students write their "guesses" down, so that I can check their sentences later).
3. If both students agree that the guess sentence was grammatically correct, Student B tells Student A whether they had a hit, miss, or sink.
4. Turns go back and forth until one student finds all of the other´s ships.
Vocabulary list for the adjectives is based on Avancemos level 1 chapter 1.2 but should be basic enough to work with most books. Adjectives include things like: tall, funny, studious, serious, organized...