Spanish Clothing La ropa PowerPoint and Activities
Spanish Clothing La ropa PowerPoint and Activities by Angie Torre
To see a video preview of the Google Drive Activity, click here: Spanish Clothing Google Drive Activity
This Spanish Clothing La ropa PowerPoint and Activities includes the following resources:
~130-slide Spanish Clothing PowerPoint with engaging visuals and animation of clothes, colors, and related expressions including questions for checking for understanding
~37-slide PowerPoint Competition in which students answer questions about the pictures using complete sentences
~Interactive Notebook Activity in which students listen to the script, choose the correct item of clothing and color it in according to what they hear
~Script for Listening Activity
~Audio of Script for Absent Students
~Interactive Notebook Activity in which students write the name of the item of clothing in Spanish
~Activity in which students write the Spanish name and color under the picture of the article of clothing
~Spanish Clothing Google Drive Activities that begin with recognition and progress to student production of words, then sentences.
~ClothingINB Activity in which students glue in the clothing they wear in the winter and, on another page, the clothing they wear in the summer, then write the Spanish name for each article of clothing
~PowerPoint instructions for the students
~Colors Student Handout with gender and number agreement
~Student Handout of la ropa, colors and related clothing vocabulary
~Paired Activity in which students ask each other questions based on the visuals, (¿Qué lleva….? ¿Qué compra…? ¿Cuánto cuesta(n)?) and record their partner’s answers
This product is included in the following money-saving bundle: Spanish Clothing PowerPoint and Curriculum
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