We’ve just finished up 2 new stories with you and wanted to share them with you. Our first story is a story about a boy named Miguel who doesn’t like to study; he wants to play video games. But when he has to talk to the principal he learns a fun way to study that is just like a videogame…
This story features the structures Le gusta, quiere, and tiene que. It talks about a fun way for your students to study their Spanish vocabulary. You can download our free version by clicking on the picture above. We also have an editable version available for purchase which includes additional activities.
And we’ve always used the song Fotografía by Juanes in class, but this year we decided to make a story out of it as well. I used the song to tell the story of how Juan and his wife Karen are often not able to be with other each and often relay on the photograph of each other. This story features the structures busca, llama, and está/ no está. You can download the free version by clicking on the picture below. FREE Fotografia story or you can buy our editable version.
You are welcome to share these two stories with your colleagues, but please do not post the documents online. You may, however, send them the link to this page. These TPRS storytelling for Tener que and Buscar make great sub plans as well!
These stories are part of our TPRS Story Bundle.