Spanish Present, Perfect, Imperfect and Pluperfect Subjunctive PowerPoints

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El presente, el perfecto, el imperfecto, el pluscuamperfecto Spanish Subjunctive PowerPoints has 154 slides and 5 documents -everything you need to teach the subjunctive. They explain, step by step, in Spanish, the use of the subjunctive with student interaction, practice exercises every few slides and tons of visuals.

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Spanish Subjunctive PowerPoints

Spanish Present, Perfect, Imperfect, and Pluperfect Subjunctive PowerPoints by Angie Torre
Spanish Grammar

The 104-slide, “Subjunctive PowerPoint” explains, step by step, in Spanish, the use of the present subjunctive with student interaction and practice exercises every few slides. The PowerPoint presentation incorporates visuals, movement and sound to cement the concepts and new vocabulary.

The Spanish Subjunctive PowerPoints concepts include:
~independent vs. dependent clauses
~infinitive vs. subjunctive
~subjunctive vs. indicative
~one vs. two subjects
~use of subjunctive with desire
~use of subjunctive with implied commands
~use of subjunctive with doubt
~use of subjunctive with emotions
~use of subjunctive with impersonal expressions
~use of subjunctive with conjunctions of time
~conjunctions that always use the subjunctive
~aunque
~adjective and adverbial clauses
~ojala.

There is a quiz/test and a practice at the end of the PowerPoint in which students write sentences based on visual cues for more authentic language.

The 48-slide, “Spanish Present, Perfect, Imperfect, and Pluperfect Subjunctive PowerPoint” includes the following:

~How to form the perfect subjunctive
~Review of the past participle; how to form, irregular
~The use of the present subjunctive after emotion, desire, or impersonal expression in the present (main clause) about an action that will occur in the future (dependent clause)
~The use of the present subjunctive after emotion, desire, or impersonal expression in the present about an action that occurs in the present.
~The use of the perfect subjunctive after emotion, desire, or impersonal expression in the present about an action that occurred in the past
~Explanation of “ojalá que” + present subjunctive
~ Explanation of “ojalá que” + imperfect subjunctive
~ Explanation of “ojalá que” + perfect subjunctive
~ Explanation of “ojalá que” + pluperfect subjunctive
~Practice Activity in which students change a sentence in the past to the perfect subjunctive using emotion, doubt, desire or impersonal expression in the main clause.
~Practice activity in which students translate sentences from English to Spanish using the perfect subjunctive
~How to form the imperfect subjunctive – both forms
~Imperfect Subjunctive with “si” clauses
~Indicative with “si” clauses
~Checking for Understanding Activity
~Practice Activity in which students do a cloze activity writing the verbs in the present tense indicative or both forms of the imperfect subjunctive
~How to form the pluperfect subjunctive
~Demonstration of all six possible ways to structure a sentence using the pluperfect subjunctive: the pluperfect and the conditional perfect or the pluperfect subjunctive and the pluperfect subjunctive
~Check for Understanding Activity
~Practice Activity in which students fill in the cloze sentences with the pluperfect subjunctive and the conditional perfect or the pluperfect subjunctive and the pluperfect subjunctive

Also included: A Spanish Subjunctive PowerPoints student packet explaining the subjunctive

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