Simple presentation, with color and animation, that I've entitled "Name That Verb!". Each slide lists a situation (i.e. describing location, hair color, nationality, etc) and learners have to decide whether you would use SER or ESTAR. After the
Complete each sentence with a color in Spanish, making agreement, to describe the subject. Word bank and color clip art included. I replaced the "o" at the end of adjectives with "@" as a prominent reminder to students that the word could end in
Worksheet with guided practice determining whether given subjects, just 3rd person, are masculine or feminine and singular or plural. Students complete multiple choice first and then write out the subject pronoun to replace the underlined subject of
Students can review geography, colors, food and adjective agreement in Spanish with this simple activity on exports. They will also learn what countries export what everyday products.
-Label the Spanish-speaking countries on the
Students will learn how to look up words in a Spanish-English online dictionary in this packet tailored to use with WordReference.com. They will learn what the abbreviations at the beginning of definitions mean, how to recognize the gender of a
As the ability to recognize numbers when you hear them is way more useful than being able to spell them out, it is important that students get as much practice listening to them as possible.
This activity was initially just consisted of me saying 4
Simple, excessively animated slideshow to practice writing out dates in Spanish and get used to D/M/Y rather than M/D/Y.
All dates are related to when various Spanish-speaking countries (+ the USA) gained Independence (+cinco de mayo, as a