Spanish Object Pronouns Escape Room

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This Spanish Digital Escape Room is a super-fun Breakout Game. Students must follow the clues in order to escape the snow and cold temperatures. The sala de escape para los complementos directos e indirectos provides students with comprehensible input and also gives them practice of the Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns. Students answer questions using direct object pronouns, watch a video, then translate sentences from English to Spanish, put a puzzle together, answer questions using indirect object pronouns, move parts of speech around, then choose the correct sentence, and follow six clues in order to escape the cold and enter the warm house. Students may work in pairs or individually.

Price
$4.99
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
Internet Activities; Games

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Description

This digital Spanish Object Escape Room is a super fun Breakout Game. Students must follow the clues in order to escape the snow and cold temperatures. The Sala de escape para los complementos directos e indirectos provides students with more comprehensible input in Spanish and practice of the Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns. Students answer questions using the direct object pronouns, watch a video, then translate sentences from English to Spanish, put together a puzzle, answer questions using indirect object pronouns, move the parts of speech arounds, then choose the correct sentence, and follow six clues in order to escape the cold and enter the warm house. Students may work in pairs or individually.
 
CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK TO SEE THE COMPLETE VIDEO PREVIEW: Spanish Object Pronouns Escape Room
THIS SPANISH OBJECT PRONOUNS ESCAPE ROOM INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
  • Instructions for the teacher for the Object Pronouns Escape Room
  • Timer
  • Link to La sala de escape para los pronombres de complemento directo e indirecto
  • Student Handouts explaining the direct and indirect object pronouns: demonstration of the order of subject pronouns versus object pronouns for both direct and indirect object pronouns; list of possible verbs that use direct and indirect object pronouns; explanation of the meaning, use, and order of the object pronouns with graphs and tables; Me Te Nos
  • Vocabulary necessary for students to follow instructions
  • Six clues
  • Four locks / cerraduras that students must open
  • Clue # 1: Students read a paragraph extracting the red letters to form a sentence which leads them to the first activity
  • Activity # 1: Students choose the correct answer to the question using direct object pronouns with one and two verbs
  • Clue # 2: Students follow instructions that lead them to a puzzle of Jessica giving Melanie a pen. After looking at the completed puzzle, students must answer the question, “¿Cómo se dice, ‘I give it to Melanie.'”
  • Video: The previous instructions led students to a video in which Jessica talks about objects and people using direct object pronouns and double-object pronouns. (The sample video shows only a portion of the video.)
 
  • Activity in which students translate sentences that were used in the video from English to Spanish
 
  • Photograph of girl looking for her keys, of Jessica holding a pen , and of a girl with a beanie (Students click on the pen and the beanie to lead them to the next activities.)
 
  • Activity in which students choose the correct answers to the questions using indirect object pronouns
 
  • Notes Handout on which students write the clues for each lock
 
  • Article in a fake newspaper with a weather forecast in Spanish and a clue which students click on
 
  • Answer Keys
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