Are your students having difficulty understanding the context of adverbial clauses? Give students simple notetaking activities with categorized instructions and examples that are easy to understand. Use as introductory or reinforcement. (3rd year and above language learner levels, Immersion and Heritage speaker).
- 7-part mini-lessons using adverbial clauses with the subjunctive or the indicative (In English with bilingual examples - formatted for document camera or Smart board)
- Adverbial clauses bilingual word bank
- Bilingual sample sentences (approximate intermediate learner levels of the World-Readiness Standards For Learning Languages)
- Instructions and procedures
- Fill-in worksheets (Bilingual – topics of weather and clothing - options for adverbial expression only or adverbial expression and present subjunctive verb)
- Fill-in worksheet (focus on context of whatever, no matter, etc.)
- Sentence-level (Bilingual – home topic)
- Answer keys
The Subjunctive and Adverbial Clauses Charts and Activities provide effective examples in order to recognize and learn when an adverbial clause needs the subjunctive and when it does not. All of the cards together create several weeks of daily mini-lessons from which the teacher can select an individual or multiple cards and create personalized lessons. Includes strategies for teacher-guided, individual, group or whole-class activities.
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Present Subjunctive Verb Conjugation Charts - Los regulares
Present Subjunctive Verb Conjugation Charts - Los irregulares
Rules of the Present Subjunctive Notetaking Charts - Bilingual Version
Rules of the Present Subjunctive Notetaking Charts - Spanish Version
The Subjunctive and Adverbial Clauses - Spanish Version