Students will be able to answer questions in the target language with the traveling unit. Vocabulary includes: en el aeropuerto, en el hotel, en el avion. Answers trigger complete sentences and can be written, discussed in small groups, or as an
Teachers can use this to allow students to answer individually or in groups with short answer questions using 6B Realidades 1 vocabulary. The second part consists of a drawing activity with the grammar lesson of "Que estas haciendo?"
An in-depth Power Point of differences between Por y Para is attached giving students the opportunity to see concrete differences between the two prepositions.
Example sentences are given with all reasons and students can practice with a long list
Students practice the preterit conjugations by conversing with others in class about activities that they did the day before. They will then sign their classmate's sheet if they have completed the activity and respond in the correct "yo" form.
Students will be able to describe fun pictures of wild Prom outfits, specifically tying to the Realidades 2: chapter 2B clothing unit. They will be able to state what people are wearing and then use the verb "ser" to help tell what professions
Students will begin by reviewing words with related pictures from their vocabulary list. The second part of the presentation is a list of various statements for students to draw on either mini whiteboards provided by the teacher or in their
Students will be given two sets of envelopes (A and B). The envelope sets cover various commands, which would have been covered in the 6B grammar lessons. One set has the students translate and then the second set gives a situation and they write
Students will read the requirement page (page 1) to create their own 10 sentences using comparisons of inequality and superlatives. Specific verbs, celebrities' names, and basic nouns have been included in the options for creating the sentences on
Students will have a better understanding by using this Power Point as to how to form complete sentences using the verb "ser" and given subjects. They will need to use the given picture and subject to make all items agree.
Students will translate from English to Spanish in this PowerPoint by working individually or with a small group. Each student/group will be given vocabulary words (listed in slide 2 of presentation) to correctly translate in each projected
Students will participate in this activity including specific car vocabulary, hay que, tener que, se impersonal, past subjunctive, subjunctive/indicative, etc in the form of multiple choice, choosing the word that does not belong, and putting
Teachers can use these 6 activities throughout the unit of 8A, Realidades 1. Some activities include:
-Battleship with preterite verbs
-English/Spanish translation lists
-Around the room activity to get students up and
Students will see a variety of sentences all containing various errors with verb, adjective, and subject agreement. Answers will pop up after progressing through the given slide and they will be able to check their own answers.
This 14 slide PowerPoint allows students to do an "around the room" activity. Students can number their worksheets and rotate around the classroom to answer the 14 reflexive pronoun questions that are provided.
This presentation includes basic questions, commands, and phrases that students can use or recognize from the teacher in class. Some include "Escuchen" or "Presten atencion." There are pictures to demonstrate what each statement is saying.
Students are able to answer questions about themselves and then communicate with partners to find out more information about their classmates.
Targeted areas: Practice with "yo," "tu," and "el/ella/usted" forms
Can be completed in classroom or in