Spanish Dos verbos How to Use Two Verbs in a Sentence Lesson Plans & Curriculum

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Two Verbs in a Sentence Lesson Plans and Curriculum: Everything you need to teach students how to use two verbs in a sentence is in this bundle. Once students learn how to use the structure, “conjugated verb + infinitive verb,” they will speak and write more proficiently. Curriculum includes no-prep daily lesson plans, PowerPoint, comprehensible input with a video, dialogues, PowerPoint, visuals, and question/answer, worksheets, bell work, attention getters, homework, interactive notebook activities and foldable, paired activity, student handout, games, and test. Google Slides digital versions are included for 1:1 classes or distance learning.

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Two Verbs in a Sentence Lesson Plans: Everything you need to teach students how to use two verbs in a sentence is in this bundle. Once students learn how to use the structure, “conjugated verb + infinitive verb,” they will speak and write more proficiently. Curriculum includes no-prep daily lesson plans, PowerPoint, comprehensible input with a video, dialogues, PowerPoint, visuals, and question/answer, worksheets, bell work, attention getters, homework, interactive notebook activities and foldable, paired activity, student handout, games, and test. Google Slides digital versions are included for 1:1 classes or distance learning.

HOW TO USE TWO VERBS IN A SENTENCE LESSON PLAN BUNDLE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

  • Five 90-minute, no-prep lesson plans
  • Word Document and PDF of continuous lesson plans so you can print them out all at once
  • 79-slide Dos verbos PowerPoint with visuals, explanation, diagrams, checking for understanding, practices, and a competition
· Three different infinitives
· Examples of one sentence with one verb: Una frase con un verbo
· Examples of one sentence with two verbs showing that the first one is conjugated and the second one is an infinitive: un verbo conjugado y un infinitivo
· Activity in which students choose “conjugado” or “infinitivo”
· Comparison of sentences with one conjugated verb followed by an infinitive and two conjugated verbs
· Exceptions: Tengo que corer
· Practice Activities

 

OTHER RESOURCES

  • Bell Work
  • Attention Getters
  • Homework and PowerPoint answers
  • Dos verbos Student Handout with explanations: el primer verbo está conjugado; el segundo verbo es infinitivo; conjugations of the verbs “poder” and “querer” with exceptions
  • Competitions
  • Paired Activity in which students ask each other questions using the verbs, “querer, esperar, necesitar, poder,” and “gustar” using two verbs in a sentence and recording each other’s answers
  • Test: Students translate sentences from English to Spanish, answer questions using a conjugated verb followed by an infinitive (¿Quieres ser rico?)
  • Interactive Notebook Activities

 

INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ACTIVITIES

 

· Interactive Notebook Activity in which students conjugate the verbs “querer” and “poder” and write the exceptions
· Foldable in which students complete the sentences using an infinitive and create their own sentences using the verbs “poder, querer, deber,” and “esperar”
· Table of Contents, instructions, rubric
  • The Dating Game PowerPoint and Instructions
  • Student Presentation: Instructions and rubric for dialogue presentation using “tú, usted, questions about another person, and two verbs
  • Two PowerPoints in which students practice answering questions with tú, usted, ustedes, otra persona, and using two verbs in a sentence
  • Tension PowerPoint that explains what students will be studying and what they will do at the end of the lesson to demonstrate mastery
  • COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT:
· Dos verbos Video, Script, and Activities: Three people talk about what they want, need, wish, can, and hope, and what they are going to do using the structure of a conjugated verb followed by an infinitive. Pop-in images and Spanish captions aid in comprehension.
· 15-slide, illustrated PowerPoint with engaging visuals and descriptions of the visuals with two verbs in a sentence
· Two Verbs Dialogue, “¿Puedo hablar inglés?”
· Two Verbs Dialogue 2: Pepe keeps doing things he shouldn’t do and Ana tells him he shouldn’t do them. Finally, the teacher sends Pepe to the office. (No debes comer lápices.)
· Sample dialogues with any uses of two verbs in context
· Sock Puppets Video conversation
 

SPANISH DOS VERBOS TWO VERBS IN A SENTENCE LESSON PLANS ARE INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING BUNDLE:

 
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