This is a PowerPoint of reflexive verbs, PERFECTLY scaffolded.
*Vocab memory game
*Choosing the correct reflexive pronoun practice
*How to conjugate reflexive verbs
This is a family tree project I give my Spanish II's. The fist page gives directions as well as models for each section. The second page is an editable rubric! Includes family vocab, adjectives with ser, forms of gustar, and regular verbs.
Having problems with students not using reflexive pronouns correctly when using "llamarse"? They need more input.
I wrote this simple reading that is FULL of all forms of "llamarse". Students will begin using the correct pronouns without you
A very intro-level practice with the phrases "a veces," "nunca," and "siempre" with -ar verbs. This is mostly a comprehension question. Students read a statement (ex "Yo bailo en mi coche") and answer with either "a veces," "nunca," or
The simple use of a cell phone can make regular questions and answers into something fun! This activity includes questions about cuba. The second page includes QR codes to find the answer.
*Students have to look over the information (map,
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Activities, Cooperative Learning, Cultural Activities
This interview activity is used with partners.
*There are two different sheets per page for each partner
*Partners can take turns asking questions
*Questions are written using the "tú" form, partner answers using the "yo" form, and the answer is
Want to teach culture but assess students' Spanish? In this project, students will
*Make a Day of the Dead Altar for a family member or celebrity
*Assess Spanish I intro phrases (name, where someone's from, etc.)
*Adjectives and comparisons
A fun way to practice the personal "A"
This is a paragraph full of the personal "a". You cut the lines into strips of paper, and students, in groups, have to put the paragraph back together. The more you cut the paragraph down into pieces, the
In this activity, students use their cell phones/tablets/laptops/computers/tin foil helmets--whatever they may use to get online. They google an initial location, then must search around to find the next location. Once they find it, they must
Need another way to practice letters and numbers? Want to help out other content areas? This algebra puzzle is great! Students have to remember the names of letters and numbers in Spanish as well as have a little bit of algebra skill to solve
Have your students not *really* understood the difference between past and present tenses? Maybe mechanically but not in a way they can use.
This powerpoint starts with a story about Beyoncé in present and then in past before going into notes
Want to practice -ar verbs with a context? Maybe you want to give students supports without you having to be there?
This reading/response activity is interesting and funny. Students have to use -ar verbs and adjectives!