This is a wonderful end of unit project for the Preterite tense. Students create a collage of vacation photos either from their own vacation or a celebrity vacation. They caption each of the 12 photos with a sentence in the Preterite tense
This packet includes a brief review of the parts of speech in Spanish (noun, adjective, verb, adverb) and 4 activities that help students become proficient in using a Spanish-English/English-Spanish dictionary.
This is a good way to kick of the
This bundle includes:
1. Two page Frida Kahlo biography (w/visuals!) for intermediate to advanced Spanish levels.
2. Task Rotation (4 boxes with questions that target different learning styles)
3. Paragraph reflection prompt
This is a great
This a great song! It's also great to discuss the distinct uses of the preterite and imperfect tenses. There is a word bank with verbs in the preterite/imperfect tenses. Students can listen and fill in the missing lyrics of the song.
This song is a great song to spark a discussion on how we care for the environment. Students will fill in the missing lyrics to the song (basic environment vocabulary) and then answer questions about the message of the song, how people could better
This includes a writing prompt signaling the use of the preterite tense in Spanish. There is a space for a brainstorm and a for a final draft of a short composition that talks about a specific day in the past.
Students listen to the song 2x and fill in the missing lyrics which are all either preterite or imperfect verbs. Then they answer a series of questions about the message of the song and the uses of preterite and imperfect verbs in context.