Spanish Travel TPR Story Present and Preterite

Spanish Travel TPR Story Present and Preterite

Spanish Travel TPR Story Present and Preterite by Angie Torre This Spanish Travel TPR Story supplements any travel vocabulary by providing the necessary comprehensible input, i.e., repetition in context. It is a story about an unfortunate traveler who faces many obstacles, some ridiculous, on his journey to meet a friend. It includes travel vocabulary, the TPR story and the following activities: ~true/false ~complete the sentences ~answer the questions ~cloze activity ~answer keys. The first activities are in the present tense. Later, after teaching the preterite, the teacher may use the cloze activity to reinforce the travel vocabulary, provide more comprehensible input and practice the preterite.
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Irregular Preterite TPR Story Power Point in Spanish

Irregular Preterite TPR Story Power Point in Spanish

This Irregular Preterite TPR Story PowerPoint is about a teacher who loves Snickers. Even though she does everything she can to hide her extra-large Snickers from her students they keep finding it and eating it. Finally, she manages to keep it for herself but then has a bigger problem. This Spanish TPR Story repeats the irregular preterite of the following verbs: estar, poner, venir, ver, ir, irse, and tener. Students recycle the verbs in context by rewriting the story, changing only the underlined parts. The TPR Story includes the following: ~Spanish TPR Story with photographs and visuals ~True/False Activity ~Printed Story with instructions, true/false activity, and underlined words and phrases. ~PowerPoint Password (YOU WILL NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2002 in order to access the password-protected PowerPoint.)
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Preterite Practice- TPR Stories in Spanish

Preterite Practice- TPR Stories in Spanish

Preterite Practice- TPR Stories in Spanish by Angie Torre Six original TPR stories, all in Spanish,with accompanying activities: ~true/false questions ~complete the sentence ~answer the questions ~cloze activities/assessments All have answer keys. Stories are funny and capture the attention of the students. Few text books have enough comprehensive input to enable students to assimilate and produce language fluidly. These stories provide the necessary repetition in context and manipulation of the language to ensure students can communicate freely about past events.
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Spanish "Ser" PowerPoint, TPR Story & INB

Spanish "Ser" PowerPoint, TPR Story & INB

This Ser TPR Story is about two boys who like the same girl. The TPR story contains many uses of the verb "Ser" in context. The contents include the following: ~illustrations of each conjugation of the verb "ser" ~TPR Story illustrated with many photographs ~True/False activity ~Fill in the blanks activity in which students interact with the story using the verb "ser" ~activity in which students answer questions about the story using the verb "ser" ~password for the PowerPoint (YOU WILL NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2002 or later in order to open this password-protected PowerPoint.) Also included are the following activities: ~Student Handout on the verb, "Ser" ~Interactive Notebook Activity in which students complete the sentences and answer the questions based on the story ~Power Point Answers
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Spanish "Ser" PowerPoint, TPR Story & INB

Spanish "Ser" PowerPoint, TPR Story & INB

This Ser TPR Story is about two boys who like the same girl. The TPR story contains many uses of the verb "Ser" in context. The contents include the following: ~illustrations of each conjugation of the verb "ser" ~TPR Story illustrated with many photographs ~True/False activity ~Fill in the blanks activity in which students interact with the story using the verb "ser" ~activity in which students answer questions about the story using the verb "ser" ~password for the PowerPoint (YOU WILL NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2002 or later in order to open this password-protected PowerPoint.) Also included are the following activities: ~Student Handout on the verb, "Ser" ~Interactive Notebook Activity in which students complete the sentences and answer the questions based on the story ~Power Point Answers
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El Correo Electronico PowerPoint and Handouts for AP Spanish

El Correo Electronico PowerPoint and Handouts for AP Spanish

This 26-slide PowerPoint includes the following: ~Instructions for how to write the correo electrónico /email for the AP Spanish test ~Suggestions for the student ~A modeling of the formal register ~A practice in which students change the informal register to the formal ~Examples of saludos and despedidas ~An example email prompt from Triángulo Aprobado ~Vocabulary to ask for more information ~Sample possible questions for asking for more details ~A sample correo electrónico / email response with all the required elements numbered and labeled ~password for El Correo Electrónico PowerPoint YOU WILL NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2002 or later in order to access the password-protected PowerPoint The handouts include: ~Instructions for the student ~a check list for the student of the required components ~Vocabulary for the saludo, despedida, and asking for more information ~A sample email response ~A PowerPoint Cover Sheet, "El Correo Electrónico" for AP Spanish
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How to Write a Persuasive Essay for AP Spanish PowerPoint and Actities

How to Write a Persuasive Essay for AP Spanish PowerPoint and Actities

"El ensayo persuasivo" by Angie Torre This 68-slide PowerPoint and activities on, “How to Write a Persuasive Essay for AP Spanish” include the following: ~The goal of the persuasive essay and how to reach it ~The use of cause and effect to make one’s point ~The different kinds of arguments ~The different kinds of evidence ~Vocabulary to express cause and effect ~Expressions for stating one’s opinion ~Vocabulary for meeting objections ~Components of the introduction ~Components of the developing paragraphs ~Components of the conclusion. ~Ideas for a hook ~When and how to meet objections ~Examples of the causes and effects for a particular topic and questions ~Examples of evidence for that topic ~Step-by-step instructions for the reading and analysis of the three sources and writing of an essay in Triángulo Aprobado. (It can be used with other texts as well.) ~Possible thesis statements for that topic demonstrating how to manipulate the sources to support different thesis statements, i.e. yes, no, or both ~Instructions on how to write an outline and organize one’s essay ~Instructions and examples for how to cite sources ~Synonyms for, “dice” ~Instructions for avoiding the first and second person in formal essays ~Practice activities to avoid using the first and second person The activities work in conjunction with the PowerPoint, “How to Write a Persuasive Essay for AP Spanish”. There are 19 pages of activities which include the following: ~Sample persuasive essay with vocabulary and indicators for thesis statement and different ways to cite sources ~Practice activity in which students interact with the essay, identify components, cause and effect, evidence, and methods of citing sources ~Answers to practice activity ~Peer edit of introductory paragraph ~peer edit of first developing paragraph ~peer edit of persuasive essay ~vocabulary for cause and effect and expressing one’s opinion ~Step-by-step instructions for the reading and analysis of the three sources and writing of an essay in Triángulo Aprobado. (It can be used with other texts as well.) ~a template for organizing a persuasive essay ~password for Powerpoint YOU WILL NEED POWERPOINT 2002 or later to open this password-protected PowerPoint. Three files are just cover previews to give you an idea of what's inside.
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Spanish Adjectives Ser Gustar TPR Story & Activities

Spanish Adjectives Ser Gustar TPR Story & Activities

In this packet are two goofy, engaging stories about Jorge and Linda. Both TPR stories reinforce the adjectives, ser, and gustar for level one Spanish. In addition to the vocabulary and TPR stories the materials include the following activities: ~true/false, complete the sentences ~answer the questions ~put the events in order ~corresponding story pictures ~write your own story using the new vocabulary and answer keys. These activities provide the necessary repetition and manipulation of the language that enable students to assimilate and produce the target language. They serve to supplement the text as few textbooks provide the necessary comprehensible input.
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Spanish Adjectives Ser Gustar TPR Story & Activities

Spanish Adjectives Ser Gustar TPR Story & Activities

In this packet are two goofy, engaging stories about Jorge and Linda. Both TPR stories reinforce the adjectives, ser, and gustar for level one Spanish. In addition to the vocabulary and TPR stories the materials include the following activities: ~true/false, complete the sentences ~answer the questions ~put the events in order ~corresponding story pictures ~write your own story using the new vocabulary and answer keys. These activities provide the necessary repetition and manipulation of the language that enable students to assimilate and produce the target language. They serve to supplement the text as few textbooks provide the necessary comprehensible input.
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Spanish Present Perfect Activity

Spanish Present Perfect Activity

Instructions only- no printables. During this activity, students will be talking about things they have never done. This is a culiminating activity for the lesson on the Present Perfect which cements the concept in the student's minds. It works well for the following reasons: ~Students will be speaking Spanish the entire time, ~Students get a taste of culture as this is a game Spanish students love to play, ~It is hilariously fun and students will beg to play it again. When students are having fun, they learn. ~It helps students to be proficient in the present perfect. ~It is an authentic interaction with the language, not an artificial practice.
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Preterite- Eight Stations Activity in Spanish

Preterite- Eight Stations Activity in Spanish

Preterite - Eight Stations Activity in Spanish by Angie Torre Have you ever wished you could multiply the teacher's presence in a classroom of 30 plus students in order to give your language learners more opportunities to hear and speak the language? This activity provides eight more teachers and keeps students communicating in Spanish for one or two entire class periods as they proceed from one station to the next asking and answering questions. Used as a culminating activity to the teaching of the preterite, "Eight Stations" thoroughly cements this past tense in the minds of the students. It can also be modified to reinforce any grammar or vocabulary concept.
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El Correo Electronico PowerPoint an Handouts for AP Spanish

El Correo Electronico PowerPoint an Handouts for AP Spanish

This 26-slide PowerPoint includes the following: ~Instructions for how to write the correo electrónico /email for the AP Spanish test ~Suggestions for the student ~A modeling of the formal register ~A practice in which students change the informal register to the formal ~Examples of saludos and despedidas ~An example email prompt from Triángulo Aprobado ~Vocabulary to ask for more information ~Sample possible questions for asking for more details ~A sample correo electrónico / email response with all the required elements numbered and labeled ~password for El Correo Electrónico PowerPoint YOU WILL NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2002 or later in order to access the password-protected PowerPoint The handouts include: ~Instructions for the student ~a check list for the student of the required components ~Vocabulary for the saludo, despedida, and asking for more information ~A sample email response ~A PowerPoint Cover Sheet, "El Correo Electr��nico" for AP Spanish
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Preterite- Eight Stations Activity in Spanish

Preterite- Eight Stations Activity in Spanish

Preterite - Eight Stations Activity in Spanish by Angie Torre Have you ever wished you could multiply the teacher's presence in a classroom of 30 plus students in order to give your language learners more opportunities to hear and speak the language? This activity provides eight more teachers and keeps students communicating in Spanish for one or two entire class periods as they proceed from one station to the next asking and answering questions. Used as a culminating activity to the teaching of the preterite, "Eight Stations" thoroughly cements this past tense in the minds of the students. It can also be modified to reinforce any grammar or vocabulary concept.
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Spanish Present Perfect Activity

Spanish Present Perfect Activity

Instructions only- no printables. During this activity, students will be talking about things they have never done. This is a culiminating activity for the lesson on the Present Perfect which cements the concept in the student's minds. It works well for the following reasons: ~Students will be speaking Spanish the entire time, ~Students get a taste of culture as this is a game Spanish students love to play, ~It is hilariously fun and students will beg to play it again. When students are having fun, they learn. ~It helps students to be proficient in the present perfect. ~It is an authentic interaction with the language, not an artificial practice.
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