Guided worksheet/practice with usted and ustedes commands. Can be used in place of a book- my students worked on this one day while I was gone and were able to figure out how to form the commands pretty easily!
This is a sheet to review and compare commands. It has tú, usted, and ustedes commands (both affirmative and negative). Students fill out a chart for each verb to work on the commands.
Feel free to edit and change the verbs to match your needs.
I use this project when I do my unit on Sports. This unit's grammar section is informal commands (both affirmative and negative). This project involves "inventing" a new product and then creating a poster or "ad" for it. The goal is to include
A project I use to end Spanish 2. I want them to write a story using the two past tenses. I also include a few other grammar points for them to include - feel free to edit/change these to meet your needs.
I have had them use PowerPoint, complete
This is a handout I put together about foods from Chile. This goes very well with a unit on food. It worked well as an introduction to a small project I had my students do about foods from Spanish speaking countries. There are a couple of reflection
This is a R.A.F.T project based off the movie "Sugar." The project requires students to pick a Role, Audience, Format, and Topic. They choose something from each column and then create a project based on their choice. This is a neat project because
Use this chart as a timed drill to practice verb conjugations!
I use these as in class practice. I time them for 5 minutes. They switch papers and correct the ones they filled in, their partner writes the number they got correct and gives it back.