TPR Short Story for Spanish One Vocabulary by Angie Torre
After teaching objects and some conjugations this story provides good comprehensible input in Spanish because it models language in context, solidifies the meaning of the verbs and vocabulary and helps students begin to write meaningful sentences.
Students have many opportunities to hear, read and write the vocabulary as they act out the words, then the story, listen to the story while looking at the corresponding drawings (provided). They manipulate the language again by doing the following:
~writing True/False statements
~putting events in order
~listening to and reading another story using the same vocabulary and, finally
~writing their own story using the vocabulary.
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Created by Angie Torre
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