I am always amazed at the fact that, even though I teach and extensively practice the subject pronouns in Spanish with my students at the beginning of every school year, they still think that "ustedes" means"they" or that "nosotros" and "vosotros" both mean "we."
So I created this poster as a permanent display of the subject pronouns in Spanish. It reminds students of the translations in English, and shows which ones are 1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person, singular, and plural. It is also a very visual way to explain that while "vosotros" is the plural form of "tu" in Spain, in Latin America, "ustedes" is used as the plural form of "tu." (My poster has the accent marks correct, but I could not figure out how to put accent marks here :)
This poster is a MUST for ALL Spanish I and Spanish II classes, and a great reminder for all levels of Spanish. Great for Dual Langauge or Bilingual classrooms, too!
It's even a lifesaver when students can't remember the order of the pronouns for their conjugations!
This PDF prints as an 8 1/2 x 11 in. page. You can print one and make copies for each student to glue in their spiral, and then take a copy to the poster maker at your district's media center (or you can take to Office Depot,etc.) and have a poster-size copy made to hang on the wall.
Purchase one license for one teacher to use, or purchase more licenses at a discount to share with other teachers.
Subject Pronouns Poster English and Spanish
by Gina Ortiz
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License