This worksheet goes along with my "El medioambiente: Gallery Walk Photos" activity. Students look at different comics that relate to the environment and complete this accompanying worksheet. They have to come up with a title for the image, describe
This resource goes with my "El medioambiente: Gallery Walk Worksheet" product. These are the photos that I post around the room and have students respond to. This engaging activity gets students out of their seats, practicing Spanish, and would go
Students listen to the song "Ojala" by Silvio Rodriguez and find examples of the subjunctive. They write the infinitive of the verb that is used in the subjunctive. They also underline any phrases that "hint" the subjunctive will be used. I use the
Students practice vocabulary and the subjunctive mood (present tense) in this worksheet. First, they complete sentences with the correct verb. They must decide if the verb will be in the subjunctive or indicative mood. Next, they translate these
In this "Mad-Libs" activity, students craft a story about a princess and her father. When they are done reading their story, they draw a picture to represent the plot. Students practice adjective agreement and past tense verbs in this fun activity.
In this fun speaking activity, students guess what fairy tale characters their classmates have chosen by asking different questions in Spanish. This could be used for a fairy tale unit, or for just a fun no-prep activity.
This reading comprehension utilizes "Flores en la Luna", a story by Maria Jose Rodriguez. The story talks about the importance of taking care of our planet before it is too late. It is told in the past tense. I use it in my "Cuidemos nuestro
This presentation includes 15 different hypothetical situations with pictures. Students respond to each question in Spanish using the conditional tense (in partners or small groups). This is a great way to get students practicing the conditional
This presentation introduces the Spanish conditional tense. It does bring up the future tense for reference, so make sure that you have already learned the future tense when teaching with this resource. The product ends with 10 practice questions
This product contains 2 activities.1. Students practice the conditional tense by playing "Would you rather?" They write out different questions, choose their response and finish by asking their classmates what they would do. 2. Students write ten
Help students practice animals, descriptions, comparatives, etc. with this fun speaking game! Start by putting students in groups of 3 or 4. Students will receive a note card (included) with an animal on it. They will hold the note card to their
Vocabulary list for any fairy tale unit in Spanish (not specific to a textbook). English translation not included, students must write in. This vocabulary goes along with my "Fairy tale vocabulary presentation" This is a great vocabulary to use when
This reading is from Ch. 10 of Realidades 3- Cuales son mis derechos y deberes? It is titled "Heroes de America Latina" and includes 3 short answer comprehension questions. This could be used on a sub day as independent reading, or could be done as
This speaking activity requires that students look at famous "human rights" photos and describe what is happening. Some of the pictures the students will recognize, but many will be new to them. Students speak in Spanish about each photo, talking
Students practice the indicative and subjunctive while writing statements about what their values. I use this towards the beginning of my "Realidades- derechos y deberes" unit and post the worksheets on my bulletin board.
In this communicative activity, students look at different pictures that deal with the environment. Next, they speak with their partners about each photo (I have them speak for 30 seconds per photo). I use this activity with Realidades 3, Ch. 9: