Spanish Present Progressive Tense and Gerund Lesson Plans and Curriculum

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SPANISH GERUND LESSON PLANS: Everything you need to teach the Spanish Present Progressive Tense is in this bundle. The PowerPoint explanations and practices make learning this concept easy and fun. Curriculum includes no-prep daily lesson plans, a PowerPoint, comprehensible input with a video and a story, worksheets, bell work, attention getters, interactive notebook activity, student handout, and test. Google Slides digital versions are included for 1:1 classes or distance learning.

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$12.50
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
PowerPoint Presentations; Lesson Plans; Video; Activities
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SPANISH GERUND LESSON PLANS: Everything you need to teach the Spanish Present Progressive Tense is in this bundle. The PowerPoint explanations and practices make learning this concept easy and fun. Curriculum includes no-prep daily lesson plans, a PowerPoint, comprehensible input with a video and a story, worksheets, bell work, attention getters, interactive notebook activity, student handout, and test. Google Slides digital versions are included for 1:1 classes or distance learning.

SPANISH GERUND LESSON PLANS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

~ Eye-catching visuals
~ Explanation of the use of the present tense for four different meanings: I direct, I do direct, I’m directing, I will direct
~ The meaning of the present progressive tense in Spanish
~ How to form the present progressive with estar + participio presente for -ar, -er, and -ir verbs
~ Location of double pronouns: Te lo estoy repitiendo. Estoy repitiéndotelo
~ Participio presente for -er and -ir verbs with a vowel in the stem
~ -Ir stem-changing verbs
~ With the imperfect: Estaba trabajando
~ With the preterite: Estuve trabajando
~ With the present perfect: He estado trabajando
~ With the pluperfect: Había estado trabajando
~ With the future: Estaré trabajando
~ With the conditional: Estaría trabajando
~ Ver, mirar, oír, escuchar con el infinitivo o el participio presente: Lo oímos cantar. Lo oímos cantando
~ Checking for understanding
~ Practice Activities
~ Quiz

♦ The lesson plans cover the present progressive but the PowerPoint covers all tenses mentioned above

  • 20-slide PowerPoint: Students say what each person is or was doing in the photograph using the gerund
  • Bell Work
  • Tension PowerPoint that tells students what they will be learning and what they will do at the end of the lesson to demonstrate mastery
  • Attention Getters
  • Homework and PowerPoint answers
  • Competition
  • El progresivo o el gerundio Student Handout: Explanation of how to form the gerund, where to place pronouns, gerund endings
  • LOS TIEMPOS PROGRESIVOS TEST:

Students write sentences changing the present tense verbs to the present progressive
Students answer questions using the present progressive tense.

~ Students write the sentences in the present progressive, changing the nouns to pronouns.
~ ¿Qué están hacienda estas personas? Students describe what the people in the picture are doing.
~ Interactive Notebook Table of Contents, instructions, rubric

  • Google Slides digital versions of activities and PowerPoints
  • COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT:

~ El presente progresivo VIDEO, VOCABULARY, SCRIPT, AND ACTIVITIES: 1:24. Melanie talks about what she is doing using the present progressive tense. ¿Qué estoy hacienda? Estoy jugando tenis. Estoy leyendo. Estoy cocinando. Etc.
~ María y Verónica Story and activities. The story uses the present progressive many times in context.

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