Three Ser Estar TPR Stories and Other Activities by Angie Torre
Ser estar TPR Stories uses visuals and activities to recycle language and provide comprehensible input.
The first Ser estar TPR story is about the twins, Ana and Maria. One day, Maria is too sick to go to school so Ana goes to her classes in her place. She also goes out with Maria’s boyfriend while pretending to be Maria. Students stay engaged in the story to see what happens next. These are Word documents, not a PowerPoint.
This TPR story provides language in context to help the students assimilate the concept of ser and estar. After the dramatization of the story, students write in the verbs “ser” and “estar” and answer questions about the story. The narrative is written in the present tense and may be used before the lesson on the preterite.
The second story is about a girl who is struggling in her Spanish class until a new student comes into the class. This is also a Word document.
The third story is a 14-slide, illustrated Power Point about a poor man who struggles to feed his family until one day…
Also included are:
~Ser estar TPR Stories paired activity for Spanish Two
~Ser estar TPR Stories paired activity for Spanish Three
~A practice activity in which students write the reason for each verb in the sentence, (It may be used for guided practice, for homework or for a test)
~An EDI lesson plan for Ser and Estar
~Ser estar TPR Stories Cloze activities in which the students write in the verbs “ser” or “estar”
~All answers are provided except for the paired activities.
This product is included in the following money-saving bundle: Ser Estar Lesson Plans
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You might also be interested in: Spanish Ser Estar PowerPoint
For the “Ser TPR Story, click here: Ser TPR
For the “Estar + Places and Emotions PowerPoint”, click here: Estar and Places
For lesson plans on Ser vs. Estar, click here:Ser estar Lesson Plans
Your students will soon be able to use ser and estar with ease after reading Ser estar TPR Stories.
Click here to read about How to Use TPR Storytelling strategies.