This is a short story about an elementary students who is having a very bad, terrible day. The file includes the story, open ended reading comprehension questions, and instructions for students to write a story about their own very bad, horrible day. The story uses reflexives, and past tense.
This is an interpretive quiz that includes 10 multiple choice questions. It is based on a short movie. The file contains the quiz, an answer key, and the link for the video. The video is 5 minutes and 16 seconds long. This video is for Spanish 2 students and up.
This a story that narrates a bad day of a high school student. The file contains the story, a graphic organizer, and instructions for students to write their own bad day story. In this story, students will practice reflexive verbs, preterit, imperfect and routines vocab.
Get your kids talking Spanish and help them overcome their fears of speaking (especially in the past tense). Use these preterite & imperfect conversation cards to help students ask questions and give hints to their classmates if they are needing help!
Spanish Imperfect Project: Como Éramos
Como éramos: An end-of-unit project to practice the Spanish imperfect tense! Students create a slideshow about their childhood in the imperfect tense. Each slide has a different theme - family, hometown, etc. - so they don't just use the yo form.
This is a project for students to create a personalized year book. The year book project requires students to create 8 different sections that include events, field trips, friends, good memories, etc. The project includes a paragraph example in Spanish, a rubric, and the instructions for
Imperfect from the interesting perspective of a first-year Spanish Teacher! This gives some details of a project done in Spanish 3 to help students understand the differences between the PRETERITE and the IMPERFECT tenses!