Tag Archives: conjugation

Graphic Organizers

The following graphic organizers are a great way to help students understand the subject pronouns and verb conjugation. The Hand Graphic Organizer 1. Have students trace their right hand (or their left hand palm up). The idea is make sure … Continue reading

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Past Tense

I remember hearing that over 85% of communication in a language is in the past tense. Yet, we as language teachers, generally wait until second year to fully engage our students in past tense. Ideally, we should be introducing and … Continue reading

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Verb Word Wall

Spanish Verbs Word Wall Bulletin 32 Pages with 2 Verbs in Large Red Font, with smaller English definition in black font. 64 Spanish Verbs in Total.  Includes most common Spanish 1 Verbs. Stem Change Verbs are distinguished with an asterisk … Continue reading

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Los Verbos Reflexivos

When I was a student learning reflexives for the first time, I thought to myself, “Why do these verbs have a ‘se’ at the end? How am I supposed to conjugate these?” A topic I struggled with as a student, … Continue reading

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Ser and Estar

Teaching Ser and Estar (level 1) through a 19 page document. Included are an ID badge, guided notes packet, over four pages of worksheets, and a quiz. Answers to guided notes included. Your students will finally understand the difference between … Continue reading

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