Verb TENER and Body Parts Vocabulary Lesson Plan for Spanish 2

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Verb TENER and Body Parts Vocabulary Lesson Plan for Spanish 2 - Verbo tener, médico, salud, partes del cuerpo

Learn body parts and express symptoms with the verb TENER in the present. 


  • Students can identify, understand and verbalize basic body parts.
  • Students can describe different disabilities with simple sentences and when certain body parts hurt (e.g., tengo dolor de espalda). 
  • Students can write expressions signifying basic body parts and descriptions of common disabilities with simple sentences.
  • Students can discuss whether certain remedies are appropriate for certain illnesses.
  • Students can read dialogues about situations at the doctor’s office and understand the gist.
  • Students can identify and understand symptoms and their remedies.


  • Aprender las partes del cuerpo, a expresar síntomas con «tener»
  • Presente de indicativo del verbo «tener»

De qué se trata

En primer lugar los estudiantes aprenderán el vocabulario de las partes del cuerpo y conocerán o revisarán las formas del presente del verbo tener. A continuación, se introducen las formas tengo dolor de y me duele/n. En la segunda parte de la clase, se aprende la expresión de varios síntomas y dolencias con el verbo tener, además de introducirse el uso de si y cuando en oraciones con el verbo en presente, para indicar los remedios que generalmente se usan contra esos síntomas y dolencias. Por último, se ofrecen dos diálogos ficticios entre un paciente y su doctor, del que los estudiantes extraerán las expresiones útiles para la actividad oral: la creación y representación en grupos de un diálogo en la consulta del médico.

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  • Lesson Plan in Spanish
  • ACTFL Standards
  • Can-Do Statements
  • Handouts and worksheets
  • Presentación de la lección / Lesson Slides
  • Activador / Warm-up
  • Boleto de Salida / Exit Ticket
  • Evaluación / Assessment

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