-Students create a Powerpoint highlighting their childhood while mastering the preterite and imperfect tenses. A very engaging learning activity.
-Feel free to edit to align with your learning objectives.
-The what-if scenarios are relevant and meaningful to most secondary students;
-This exercise can also be used as an assessment or reteaching tool;
-Accurately measures student's ability to understand and produce the yo form of the
Students must explain the common pitfalls of Spanish subject pronouns and clear up the confusion between certain pronouns such as Uds. and vosotros, for example. Answers are to be written in essay form, so there is no guesswork and you can
After watching a url link in class, students and teacher engage in a class discussion about race relations, social justice and becoming a global citizen. Students are then asked to write a reaction/reflective essay.
Note: Advanced Spanish students