Spanish Personal A PowerPoint
Spanish PowerPoint on the Personal A by Angie Torre
This 81-slide PowerPoint on the “a personal” is a complete lesson going from recognition to production which includes the following:
~Spanish Personal A PowerPoint explanation and demonstration
~checking for understanding
~Spanish Personal A PowerPoint practice
~Spanish Personal A PowerPoint competition for closure
~password for the PowerPoint on the A personal (YOU WILL NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2002 or later in order to open the password-protected PowerPoint.)
TheSpanish Personal A PowerPoint begins with the personal “a” in context with photographs that illustrate each sentence and a comparison of sentences with and without the personal a. The PowerPoint also compares the personal “a” with the preposition “a” and explains the difference in meaning.
Also included in the Spanish Personal A PowerPoint are:
~illustration of the personal “a” for pets and specific places
~an explanation of a + al= al
~the three exceptions shown in context
~uses of “who” and “whom” to explain the difference between “quién” and “a quién”
~an activity in which students determine if the sentence is correct or incorrect and why
~a practice in which students complete the sentence with the “a” personal or nothing and explain why
~a competition doing the same.
Then the Spanish Personal A PowerPoint goes into more depth exploring how to ask and answer questions using “¿A quién?”, “¿Quién?” and “¿A quién le..? and demonstrating the difference. Students answer questions in Spanish using the personal “a” and the preposition “a”. In the last activity of the PowerPoint, students must provide the questions for the answers given.
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This Spanish Personal A PowerPoint is a complete lesson on the A Personal.
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