After the students have learned the conjugations to the Imperfect tense, I have them do a small speaking activity where they walk around the classroom asking these questions. Once they are done getting their boxes filled in, I have the students
Carly Rae Jepsen's famous song "Call me maybe" the Spanish version. I have made a clozline activity. It can be used for regular verbs, future tense or subjunctive. Plus in general the kids just love this song!!
Taylor Swifts famous chart topper, I knew you were trouble converted into Spanish by Kevin Karla y La Banda. This is a great resource for students to practice regular and irregular preterite tense. My students love this song so it worked out well!!
This is an activity where first the students write out their daily routine, then they get with a partner and compare routines. I do this activity a few days after I have started teaching reflexives. The activities on the second page go with "Asi
This is a nice speaking activity to review Gustar. The students will walk around the classroom and ask their peers if they like the particular item in each box. After, they are to write 6 sentences saying what their friends liked.
This is Taylor Swifts very popular song we are never getting back together. This song has been made in Spanish and you can find the music on youtube. You can change out the words to fit whatever grammar concept you are working on. There are
This is the new song Despacito by Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi and Justin Bieber. It is a clozline (information gap) activity. I mainly made it to review irregular verbs in the present tense.
Student copy and answers are included.
This is a current pop song that all of the kids are singing. I used it to review Ir + a and some other irregular verbs. It can be used for many grammatical concepts. I have attached one with all the lyrics and one that is a clozline.
This is a fun clozline activity for students with a current song. I have it set to use it for irregular verbs in the present tense. However you can re-arrange it for future tense, gerundio or uses that you see fit.