Need a quality PowerPoint at a low price? This interactive 46-page PowerPoint encourages student to explore Subject Pronouns breaking the concept up into small chunks. The lesson builds on their knowledge of Subject pronouns in English and uses that knowledge to move toward mastering the Spanish Subject pronouns. I use questions to encourage students to put things in their own words or connect to their personal framework. Subject pronouns are a part of everyday speech. It comes naturally in our native language. However, as we begin the process of learning a new language we need to connect the English subject pronouns with the Spanish ones by comparing and contrasting them. Mastery of this beginning concept will provide a basis for future skills. How to use Subject Pronouns is model students while allowing students to determine why, what, when, and how to use them. In this PowerPoint, students will have the opportunity to explore what subject pronouns are and become familiar with the Spanish subject pronouns.
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✎ Slides 1 – 5: Introduce subject pronouns
✎ Slides 6 – 9: Explore what, why, and how subject pronouns
✎ Slides 10 – 11: Introduce Spanish subject pronouns
✎ Slides 12 – 13: Explore how they are used
✎ Slides 14 – 20: Introduce conjugation chart, number, and person
✎ Slides 21 – 32: Compare and contrast Spanish subject pronouns
to the English ones with a close look at the subject pronoun you
✎ Slides 33 – 36: Introduce the concept of gender differentiation of ellos/as, nosotros/as, and vosotros/as
✎ Slides 37: Provide a quick review of the subject pronouns
✎ Slides 39 – 44: Contain 15 self-checking practice questions for a quick teacher or student assessment
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