This resembles a 'book unit&' to practice both the preterite and the imperfect tense and it has plenty of exercises. It&';s quite advance (even too advanced for most students) but I think some of the exercises could be useful. Be my guest and pick whatever suits your students best.
This is a series of 3 lessons to expand your pupil’s vocabulary and consolidate their grammar knowledge on the differences between ser and estar. The key focuss is describing photos. It includes:
One PowerPoint Presentation and 3 worksheets
Comments with instructions to make the most of each slide
3 Starters and 3 plenaries
Vocabulary exercises and games
Photo description practise
It should be used to revise and consolidate contents that have been taught before and to apply them by describing photos.
The first lesson is about describing people
The second lesson is about ** ser/estar**,** locations and emotions**
The third lesson is about objects and landscapes.
These resources include a Power Point document and a worksheet.
It would work as a whole 60-minute lesson aimed at high-ability students in year 9, even though it could also suit a year 10 class.
It includes reading, listening and writing activities and is meant to expand their knowledge of the topic "cinema", broadening their film terminology and fostering the simultaneous use of two different tenses as well as justified opinions. It is a good challenge an
You will find some notes in the PowerPoint that will help you make the most of it.
This resources includes both worksheets for students and a PowerPoint presentation to explore the political and historical background, character, themes and the techniques of Magic Realism in Isabel Allende’s La Casa de los Espíritus. The presentation is to be used during a series of lessons to study the book; it also suggest 3 essays for students to work on as homework. The presentation contains clarifying notes for further guidance.