Irregular Preterite TPR Story
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 Irregular Preterite 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.
TheIrregular Preterite TPR Story includes the following:
~Spanish TPR Story with photographs and visuals
~Printed Story with instructions, true/false activity, and underlined words and phrases.
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Your students will learn the Irregular Preterite without realizing it after watching this Irregular Preterite TPR Story.
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