In this activity, students use dice to generate subjunctive sentences based on the vocab from Chapter 3 of Realidades 3 (healthy leaving, medical options, and food choices). The activity helps students understand how to write a complete sentence in the subjunctive, and allows for recognition and practice with vocabulary. It works well with Realidades 3, but can be used/modified with any text series.
Students roll the dice to choose each aspect of the sentence (subject 1, present verb, que, subject 2, subjunctive verb, and helping words). They then conjugate and formulate a sentence using the subjunctive. They then interpret the sentence, and decide whether it is logical or not. If it is illogical, they must rewrite the sentence for it to make sense (producing vocabulary in context for corrections). There are 10 sentences, with a possibility of 20 with corrections.
At the end of the worksheet, students must illustrate their most illogical sentence (hilarious), with the idea that any demonstration of the subjunctive mostly requires two people. The illustrations can be shared for hilarity, but also open up a conversation about the interactivity of the subjunctive tense.
It is a great resource, on the cheap. Enjoy!
Subjunctive, Health Vocabulary, Recommendations, Realidades 3