Students go around to each other and ask como eres? and they respond with soy... and whatever adjective best describes them. They then write down the name of a classmate on the line. For homework, they go back and complete the sentence. This allows
This is a project that practices the Spanish conditional tense. You can start off by playing the BNL song "If I Had a Million Dollars." Then have the students create a detailed description of what they would do with the money.
At the end of the year, I have my students create a verb book. They must include -ar, -er, -ir and irregular verbs.
They must use each verb in a sentence and use vocabulary from the chapter to create the book. This makes a great resource for the
This is a chart categorizing the different type of commands. Tu, Ud. Uds. Nosotros.
You can give them the chart filled out or make them do it. The black line in between tu and negative tu helps them connect the fact that tu commands are different
This worksheet explains the traditional naming process in Spanish-speaking countries. It also includes a family tree for students to see how last names change over time. I use this during the culture reading in Realidades 5A.
Students add the correct clothing, hair color and eye color to the stick people. This practices the old and new vocab from Realidades 1. Also, I left two blank so students can color whatever they want and write a description.
Students must figure out how old celebrities are give their birthdates. They must also put them in order oldest to youngest. It is a good opportunity to incorporate math into Spanish and also to reinforce the concept of day/month/year formats.