Spanish uses of "Se" from Reflexive to Non-intentional PowerPoint
by Angie Torre. Spanish Grammar
This 50-slide PowerPoint covers all the uses of the word "se" in Spanish in the following order:
~as a reflexive pronoun (Se baña.)
~as meaning "each other" (Se escriben.)
~as a double pronoun (Se lo doy)
~the impersonal construction, (Se habla espanol)
~la voz pasiva with and without an agent
~practice with singular and plural subjects (Se construyó una casa. Se venden zapatos)
~comparison of active and passive voice (Aprendes mucho. Se aprende mucho.)
~the grammatical construction of "se" in non-intentional actions (Se me perdió el libro.)
~practice with verbs that most often use that construction.
Most explanations are illustrated with pictures or clip art for high interest. The "Uses of se from reflexive to non-intentional" PowerPoint is a complete lesson moving from explanation to checking for understanding to guided practice with question/answer for comprehensible input. There is a quiz at the end with illustrations that students must describe using the non-intentional construction. All answers are provided.
This resource is included in the following money-saving product: No Prep Lesson Plans and Curriculum for the Se impersonal and No intencional
You might also be interested in: TPR Story and Activity for Non-intentional Se
For the No-Prep, No-Book Lesson Plans & Curriculum for the "Se impersonal" and "Se no intencional", click here: Lesson Plans for "Se"
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