Teach your students Spanish the fun way!
This short story bundle helps your students learn language through story, in an interactive way. Stories include some fill-in-the-blanks for students to choose names, ages and characteristics of the characters, as well as other details. All stories work on about 3 main words or phrases, repeated throughout the story for maximum retention.
Worksheets included to help students learn vocabulary and grammar concepts from the textbook (warm-up questions, character and story-mapping, comprehension questions, true/false questions, retelling the story in several ways, comic strip template for drawing the story). Includes the answer key to comprehension questions, true/false questions and any other worksheets with objective answers.
By purchasing the bundle you save 25% off the price of all the stories.
28 stories included… plus a bonus story for Día de los muertos.
1A - Estoy muy aburrido
1B - Camila busca nuevos amigos
2A - No me gustan mis clases
2B - No tengo un pupitre
3A - El almuerzo de Ramona
3B - Sólo me gusta el arroz
4A - Demasiadas preguntas
4A - El lugar perfecto
4A - Timoteo busca a su amigo
4B - Las actividades de Valentino
5A - ¿Quién viene a mi fiesta?
5B - Alano va a una fiesta
6A - Decoramos nuestro dormitorio
6A - Estamos preparando un pastel
6A - Hay un monstruo debajo de mi cama
6A - Tu dormitorio está muy desordenado
6B - Demasiadas arañas
6B - Las escondidas
7A - Amalia va de compras
7A - No sé mi talla
7B - El amigo mandón
7B - El regalo perfecto
7B - Miguel va de compras
8A - Las vacaciones de Daniela
8B - Apaga la luz, por fa’
8B - La vida de Valentino
9A - ¿Qué vamos a mirar?
9B - El robot de Ricardo
Bonus: El día de los muertos (story)
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This short story about a girl going on vacation throughout the Spanish-speaking world complements Realidades 1, chapter 8A. It uses vocabulary from the chapter and reviews other structures already learned up to this point in the curriculum.
le gustó = he or she liked
hubo = there was (were)
(yo) visité = I visited
Story is told in preterite with a few necessary imperfect verbs in the beginning. Dialogue reviews present tense.
Includes a page for students to write down the meaning of the new words and phrases, warm-up questions, the story itself, comprehension questions true or false questions, story-mapping and character worksheets, space to retell the story in various ways and a comic strip template. Answer key included for the questions.