Spanish Estar Emotions TPR Story PowerPoint

This Spanish Estar and Emotions TPR Story PowerPoint uses the verb, “estar” and emotions and “estar en + place” multiple times in context for comprehensible input. Paco invites Felipa to go out but she sees him with another girl.  He explains and all is well. During the mix-up, Felipa experiences may emotions: alegre, enojada, aliviada, aburrida, confundida, emocionada, deprimida, nerviosa, contenta, triste, and preocupada.” Activities included.

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$3.50
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
PowerPoint Presentations; Activities
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This Spanish Estar and Emotions TPR Story uses the verb “estar” and emotions and “estar en” + a place multiple times in context for comprehensible input. Paco invites Felipa to go out but she sees him with another girl. He explains and all is well. During the mix-up, Felipa experiences many emotions: alegre, enojada, aliviada, aburrida, confundida, emocionada, deprimida, nerviosa, contenta, triste, and preocupada. Digital versions included for distance learning.
SPANISH ESTAR AND EMOTIONS TPR STORY INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
  • 38-slide illustrated TPR Story PowerPoint Estar y las emociones y lugares
 
  • The following adjectives are used in the story: alegre, enojada, aliviada, aburrida, confundida, emocionada, deprimida, nerviosa, contenta, triste, preocupada, lista, and ausente
  • The structure, “estar en + place” used twice in the story
  • True / False questions (¿Cierto o falso?)
  • Comprehension questions
  • Estar student handout: Comparison of Ser and Estar conjugations; demonstration of the use of “estar en” + a place; emotions and other adjectives used with the verb, “estar”
  • Google Slides digital versions for use in Google Classroom, other Google platforms, and distance learning

The structure, “Estar en” plus a place is used in the story also.

 

Learning Goal: Students will describe their emotions and say where people are using the verb “estar” y las emociones.

 
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