Basic structures in the independent clause that provoke subjunctive mode. The structures are arranged with vocabulary lists (Me gusta que, Me enfada que, Me molesta que...) and tend towards the philosophy of giving students many options for vocabulary and letting them choose relevant words (are you pleased, or upset that...?)
"Worksheets" are mostly organized space for students to write ideas after seeing models of how to use the structures in the "notes," so the worksheets are easy to apply to any class.
"Activity" is to write ideas collaborating with other students. **The activities here have themes in some cases, which could cause a vocabulary difficulty (cars, for example)--I recommend previewing and modifying an activity that is too vocab specific. However, the upside is that you can modify an activity that works well and reproduce it. There are 14 pages of lists and activities included, so take care not to print them all at once if you don't intend to.
Can be distributed for review to intermediate students or to present subjunctive mode over time to beginning intermediate students.
Available in .pdf format if you are worried about formats shifting. I have seen it happen with this document, a few times, and the solution (in word) is to find the page with an extra line and hit backspace (or return if everything is shifted up) once, and every page lines up again.
Here it is in word, making it easier to edit the themes on worksheets.
(some worksheets have themes like advice from relatives & cars)