WS 350 on Spanish Direct Vs Indirect Object pronouns summarizes the rules and exceptions students need to know to be able to use the direct and indirect object pronouns correctly. It is the first worksheet that I give my students so that all the
I use WS 352 Direct vs Indirect Object Pronouns--Practice #2 after I have introduced the pronouns with WS 350 notes and WS 351 as a guided practice. I allow students to work in pairs or small groups using WS 350 notes on Direct vs Indirect Obj
This handout is meant to be used after presenting Preterit vs Imperfect side-by-side WS 400. (Look for it in handouts. It is FREE!). Just make copies and explain to your students that the preterit is used for completed actions and the imperfect is
I use WS 404 to practice the uses of the Imperfect and Preterit without mixing them yet. We discuss why the Imperfect or the Preterit is needed in each sentence using the rules on WS 400 The Preterit and Imperfect side-by-side.
I use WS 403 to help students learn to identify when to use the Preterit or the Imperfect depending on how the verb is being used.
Students read a sentence in English, identify if the preterit or the imperfect is needed, and then complete the
WS 351 works well with WS 350 Direct vs Indirect Object Pronoun--notes. I use this WS as guided instruction and practice to help students understand what the Direct and Indirect Objects are, how to identify them, and how to use them in Spanish
I use this PowerPoint to review the uses of the preterit and the imperfect. I create a class set of mini-whiteboards for students by putting cardstock in plastic sheet protectors. I cut pieces of felt into small squares for erasers. Students use
These are the notes I give my students when they are learning to conjugate Regular Verbs in Present Tense. As we read through the notes, I supplement it with more examples and students practice giving me the infinitive and the different
This handout is meant to save you time! Just make copies and explain to your students that the preterit is used for completed actions and the imperfect is used for on-going actions or descriptions in the past. WS 400 has the uses of the preterit