Use these 10 questions for verbal discussions or written responses to practice the imperfect subjunctive and the conditional. All the situations are based around the question, "¿cómo sera diferente tu vida si...?
This is a set of 20 questions (10/page) in Spanish using the future tense to get learners speaking in the target language and practicing the future tense. These can be used in several ways. They can be used individually as speaking or writing
Two activities to practice using hace + que time expressions. The first activity has 12 questions beginning with "¿Cuánto tiempo hace que...? and could be completed individually or in pairs, verbally or written. The second activity is a Find
Easy-to-follow notes to introduce and practice the future tense in Spanish. After practicing with the sentences given, learners can write or say predictions about where they will be or what they will do in 5, 10, 20 years, etc.
Short reading comprehension activity to review and practice the use of the verb ser with adjectives as well as basic phrases in the present tense. Vocabulary used is for describing family members including physical and personality traits. The
This reading is designed as an introduction to vocabulary related to injury and illnesses and an example of narration of past events. Both the preterite and imperfect tenses are used in the reading. The reading was made with level 2 students in
Use these 14 interview questions to review basic communication skills from Spanish 1. Learners work in pairs to ask and answer the questions in Spanish. The instructions tell the learners to then write their partner's answers. Excellent way to
10 questions to practice the uses of saber and conocer. Pair learners with a classmate to ask and respond verbally to each question using saber and conocer in the present tense. Students are instructed to then write their partner's responses in
The first page provides learners with a fill-in-the-blank practice with interrogatives using high-frequency questions in Spanish. The second page provides the outline for students to create their own questions by choosing a person to interview.
Use these word lists to play a (slightly different) version of the game Taboo with Spanish vocabulary. There are 10 different word lists with words at a Spanish 1 level. Students play in groups or teams. One student picks up a list of words and
Two interview activities for learners to discuss their school day or to talk about daily routines using reflexive verbs. Instructions can be modified so that learners write their answers first then practice with a partner verbally or they can
Students learn the imperfect by answering questions/completing sentences in the present tense and then answering the same questions in the imperfect. The sentence stem is given first in the present tense using familiar language and vocab. The same
Cut out these cards and use them at a station or as a warm-up. Learners practice family relationships in Spanish by matching the vocabulary word to the description of the relationship. Ex: "El abuelo de mi mamá" gets matched with "bisabuelo."
Learners pair up to practice asking and answering questions with the verb gustar. The questions are modeled initially and then sentence frames are given for learners to create their own questions. It is assumed that learners already know when to
Learners read a description of Maria and three dating profiles. Based on the profiles, they choose the best match for Maria and defend their choice with examples. For extension or if they don't think any of the candidates are a good choice, they
Using vocabulary related to technology and social media, this practice serves as a review of informal commands and an introduction to forming formal commands. The first 10 examples have the learners filling in the blanks with informal affirmative