Students practice agreement in number and gender of people nouns such as man, woman, boy, girl, etc. and descriptive adjectives with this 18 question worksheet. An example is "the athletic woman." Students first translate it to Spanish and then write the plural forms in the second column. They are also instructed to write a Spanish adjective under each picture shown. The answer key is included.
This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on possessive adjectives. It includes the verbs necesitar, tener, and querer, as well as family vocabulary and school supplies vocabulary. There is a drill, powerpoint that teaches what possessive adjectives are, where they go, what they are in Spanish, and provides practice translations, a notes page for students to fill in while viewing the powerpoint and refer to, classwork that includes many writing activities, an exit ticket, and a lesson plan guiding the teacher through everything. Answer keys are provided.
All the documents (except the powerpoint) are Word docs, so they are editable for any curriculum. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx.
-multiple choice - choose the correct possessive adjective to fill in the blank
-fill in the blank with the correct possessive adjective
-multiple choice - choose the correct Spanish translation for each English phrase
-read a sentence with incorrect possessive adjective, then identify and correct the wrong possessive adjectives
-translate the possessive adjectives in a phrase into Spanish
-translate phrases with possessive adjectives into Spanish
This lesson is ideal for a Spanish 1 class in middle or high school.
I got fed up of everything being 'fantástico&' or &';interestante' [sic] .. students are encouraged to use the adjectives as creatively as they can and look for cognates / patterns (-ico / -ivo / -ante) and to try to remember adjectives with synonyms and antonyms .. we add topic specific ones to a mini whiteboard as we need them too. Enjoy! An please let me know if there are any mistakes (it has been known!)
This is a Spanish worksheet about adjectives and comparatives used to describe teachers and school. I have put this together for my GCSE group to complete while I am away in France on a school trip. They have plenty of exercises to work though and lots of explanations and examples so they have no excuse for not getting it(I hope)
Could be used for class / coverwork / homework
8 pages taken from Mira Red Chapter 3 A clase
Worksheet / reading exercise for students to practise adjectives for describing personalities. Involves speech bubbles with characters describing themselves. Students read the bubbles and work out the character. From there they should be able to write descriptions themselves.
This is a quick review for year 7 to focus on agreement between nouns, adjectives, and verb agreement. I have the Ss work in small teams to come up with the correct sentence. Each team gets a chance to answer when it is their turn. If the team gets it correct on their turn, they get 5 pts. If not, another team can try for a 3 pt. steal. I encourage groups of 3 so that one does the writing, one says the answer, and one acts as the leader to make sure everyone is doing their part. I have them switch roles throughout the game.
A set of 18 posters covering 216 Spanish adjectives.
These ‘posters’ are designed to be displayed on an interactive whiteboard e.g. while the children are being registered.
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Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet. This booklet (120 pages) provides a very comprehensive study of the main grammar points needed at A level (sections of the booklet can also be used at GCSE level). Each section includes an explanation of a grammar point and a variety of activities to consolidate knowledge and understanding. The booklet is divided into the following sections:
4. Comparatives and superlatives
5. “Por” and “para”
9. Personal a
10. Relative pronouns
11. Possessive adjectives and pronouns
12. Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns
13. Direct object pronouns
14. Indirect object pronouns
15. Direct and indirect object pronouns used together
17. “Ser” and “estar”
18. Conjugating verbs
19. Present tense
19 a. regular verbs
19 b. irregular verbs
19 c. stem-changing (or radical-changing) verbs
19 d. reflexive verbs
19 e. “gustar”
19 f. back to front verbs
20. Preterite tense
21. Imperfect tense
22. Preterite vs imperfect
23. Present perfect
24. Past perfect (or “pluperfect”)
25. Future simple
27. Commands (the imperative)
28. Present progressive (or “present continuous”)
29. Present subjunctive
30. Passive voice (and how to avoid it)
31. Conditional clauses
This pack contains enough resources on Film and Cinema to cover at least 3 lessons! It includes a detailed powerpoint and accompanying worksheets. It covers types of films, different opinion phrases and adjectives, comparatives and superlatives, and detailed high-level cinema language (eg. sound-track, script, plot etc.).
It steadily builds pupils towards writing and producing their own film review / summary, as well as translating a high-level text on the topic of film and cinema.
The worksheet where pupils watch a film clip can be used alongside ANY films you like - that bit is up to you! :)
A set of 18 Spanish adjectives worksheets.
Children need to label each image with the Spanish adjective that goes with it. There are two version of the worksheets:
- with the words in a jumbled order compared to the order of the images
- with the words in the same order as the images
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These are high frequency adjectives that could be used in a variety of situations. I have them displayed next to the board and my students always turn to them when put on the spot for speaking activities.
Images have been taken from https://www.freepik.es/
This whole lesson resource aims to explain in simple terms the concept of Adjectives in Spanish and provides the foundation for describing people. Included are explanation notes, vocabulary tables and a range of activities to help reinforce what was learnt. Enjoy teaching and learning Spanish in the classroom :)
Worksheet has 24 fill in the blank sentences. Students are to give the correct form of the adjective to agree with the subject. Second version has same sentences split into 2 separate worksheets. Worksheets are in Word, so they are easy to edit to match your text.
This lesson has everything you need to get your students to understand and practice the concept of adjective agreement in Spanish. Students will practice matching various types of adjectives to both singular, plural, masculine, and feminine subjects. Once they have the basics, they will be able to apply their knowledge in a series of reading, speaking, and writing activities.
This Product Includes:
-1 Page tutorial on adjective agreement
-1 Drill & Practice Activity
-1 Reading Activity where students match descriptions to the people they describe
-1 Speaking Activity where they describe a person to their partner who selects the correct person from a series of pictures (and vice versa)
-1 Writing Activity where students write sentences to describe a variety of people in Spanish
Spanish Adjectives of People Crossword - Students complete 3 tasks on this crossword containing 25 words commonly used to describe people. The tasks are: 1. Write the Spanish word next to each English clue 2. Complete the crossword 3. Write a Spanish adjective under each of the 5 clip art images The answer key is included.
Students practice descriptive adjectives of people by filling 30 small squares with words that describe themselves. They sketch self portraits in the large box in the center. Challenge your students to fill all 30 squares with Spanish adjectives, or have them use a specified number of squares for words, and the rest for sketches that illustrate the adjectives that they use.
The download includes:
1. Four blank versions: horizontal with/without Me llamo, and vertical with/without Me llamo.
2. Completed sample that can be projected to present the activity and to practice vocabulary.
3. Suggested uses
This is a fun presentational activity, and the completed activities will look great decorating a hallway or bulletin board.
Word search has 51 words hidden. Words include masculine and feminine forms of adjectives as well as the forms of ser. Includes 5 versions, each in 2 formats - with and without word list. Puzzles include vosotros, but you can delete it from the list if you prefer.
This is a fun way to practice noun-adjective agreement in a hands-on way. Students match the subject with the adjective to form a rectangle.
This includes four different puzzles that are great for station activities or partner work. Two of the puzzles practice only nouns and adjectives (ie La chica bonita) and two include verbs as well (ie La chica es bonita.) Laminate and use for years to come!