A two page worksheet on irregular verbs in the preterite. Sections include: conjugation practice, changing the verb from the present to the preterit, and personal questions. The personal questions can also be done as an oral activity in class. The worksheet can also be used as a quiz or test.
This activity goes along with the song "Dejenme Llorar" by Carla Morrison which is readily available on YouTube and iTunes. In this activity, students listen to the song and complete the missing lyrics. Then, they are asked to locate certain lines of the song, copy them, and manipulate them. The manipulation of the lyrics requires them to use a variety of irregular verbs in the Preterite Tense. The lesson also includes a short artist bio and video activity. Students will practice listening, reading, and writing in this lesson.
Included in this purchase:
-Short biography of Carla Morrison
-Clozeline Lyric Activity
-Lyric Identification Activity
-Lyric Manipulation Activity
-True/False Video Activity
-Answer Keys for all exercises
This activity goes along with the song "Mi Tesoro" by Jesse & Joy which is readily available on YouTube and iTunes. They will listen to the song and/or watch the video multiple times. Once they are familiar with the song they will engage in several different activities where they are asked to apply their knowledge of vocabulary and grammar.
This Lesson Includes:
-1 Artist Bio
-1 Clozeline Activity
-1 Lyric Scavenger Hunt
-1 Preterite Tense Tutorial
-1 Lyric Identification Activity
-1 Lyric Manipulation Activity
These lessons are ideally designed for a top set year 9 class, but could easily be adaptable for different sets or year groups.
The lessons and activities attached cover everything to do with fashion and clothes; items of clothes and the differences between masc, fem, plu, colours and adjective agreements, opinions, a fancy dress party and a trip to Argentina.
Lessons and tasks are easily adaptable to suit your lessons.
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These resources will work alongside mira or your own scheme of work. They are fun, engaging and easily adaptable. Lessons and activities are covered in depth through the presentation, with activities easily printable from powerpoint presentation, as well as those attached.
These lessons look at all aspects of holidays, with countless slides, tasks and engaging activities, including a carousel lesson and a 20 page mini booklet.
By the end of these lessons students will be able to recognise different types of accommodation, use the pretertite tense confidently in order to describe their holiday, use future tense to describe a future holiday and the things they will do on that holiday, use the preterite tense to describe the weather, use imperfect tense to describe accommodation, and as mentioned finish up by practising all these skills in an engaging carousel lesson.
There are a variety of activities, games, tasks and slides you can use straight away or change to suit your lessons or teaching styles.
(Originally designed for Year 9/first year of KS4 but can be used with other year groups).
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This resource has everything you could possibly need to introduce the topic of holidays. I am extremely proud of this resource as numerous hours have gone into creating it.
Resources include 150 slide presentation, with 7 weeks worth of lessons and activities included. With the final outcome being a writing piece about a holiday.
Also included is a 30 page vocabulary and homework booklet for students to work through alongside the unit of work.
Lessons and activities are fun, engaging and challenging, and all are ready to go and easily printable. Similarly they are easily adaptable to your lessons and style should you wish.
Directed at Year 9/first year of KS4, but can be used with other year groups.
Thumbnails may not do this resource justice, but trust me when I say they are worth it and will have you prepared all term!
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