Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3

Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
Two TPRS Stories with Agarrar, Correr, Sonreír: Span 1, 2, 3
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Disney lovers and sports fans will laugh, and practice 3 super-useful storytelling verbs - agarrar, correr, and sonreír - reading these two stories. Worksheet and teaching tips included.

With many cognates and visuals in the text, Un Desastre in Disney (250 words), is ideal for the second half of Spanish 1 as a comic strip homework or substitute day activity. Spanish 2 students can use the present tense or past tense story as a proficiency builder. Just in case, I’ve included 4 versions of Desastre en Disney:
1. present tense, English-style dialogue punctuation
2. present tense, Spanish-style dialogue punctuation
3. past tense, English-style dialogue punctuation
4. past tense, Spanish-style dialogue punctuation

El Fumble Famoso (170 words) is the true story of the famous 1978 Holy Roller fumble at the Chargers-Raiders game. This fumble forced the NFL to change a key rule in the game. It uses some fun bilingual football words: el fumble, el snap, el sack, el quarterback, touchdown. A fun story for the football players in your class to act out! I’ve also included this story in worksheet form (fill in the correct form of the verb) which you could do orally in class, or assign as homework. Included are four versions of El Fumble Famoso:
1. present tense
2. present tense worksheet form
3. past tense
4. past tense worksheet form

Depending on how you use the story - as a read-together in class, as a take-home proficiency builder, or even as a punctuation exercise - each story would be appropriate for advanced Spanish 1, Spanish 2 or Spanish 3.

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