Spanish Preterite Escape Room

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This digital Spanish Preterite Escape Room is a super-fun breakout game. Students must follow the clues in order to escape the locked car. This may seem like an improbable scenario but it actually happened to me. La sala de escape para el pretérito provides students with comprehensible input and practice of the preterite tense. Students follow the clues and complete the activities. They must complete sentences, watch a movie, then do a cloze activity, put a puzzle together, read a text message and a newspaper article, read an illustrated story and answer the question at the end in order to get out of the locked car. Students may work in pairs or individually. Great for online or distance learning.

Price
$4.99
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
Games; Internet Activities
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This Digital Spanish Preterite Escape Room is a super fun Breakout Game. Students must follow the clues in order to escape the car. This may seem like an improbable scenario but it actually happened to me! The Sala de escape para el pretérito provides students with more comprehensible input in Spanish and practice of the preterite tense. Students follow the clues and do the activities. They must complete sentences, watch a movie, then do a cloze activity, put a puzzle together, read a text message, read a newspaper article, read an illustrated story and answer the question at the end in order to get out of the locked car. Students may work in pairs or individually. Great for online or distance learning!
 
CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK TO SEE THE COMPLETE VIDEO PREVIEW: Spanish Preterite Tense Escape Room Preview
THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
  • Instructions for the teacher for the Preterite Tense Escape Room

 

  • Timer
  • Link to La sala de escape para el pretérito
  • Preterite Escape Room Student Handouts explaining the preterite: regular verbs, irregular verbs, vocabulary typically used with the preterite, comparison of the preterite vs. imperfect of irregular verbs, -ir stem-changing verbs, comparison of stem-changing verbs in the present and the preterite, uses of the imperfect and preterite
  • 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 write the verbs in the preterite tense. (Yo llego tarde. / Yo llegué tarde.)
  • Clue # 2: Students follow instructions that lead them to a puzzle of a girl trying to get out of her car. The puzzle tells students to click on the skull.
  • Activity #2: Video: The previous instructions led students to a video in which Melanie talks about something that happened when her great grandfather was building his house. (The sample video shows only a portion of the video.) Students watch and listen to the video, filling out the missing words in the cloze activity.
 
  • Clue # 3: Students are instructed to click on the jug.
 
  • Activity #3: Students watch an illustrated story PowerPoint and answer the question at the end.
 
  • Clue # 4: Students read a newspaper article to find the answer to the question in the previous story.
 
  • Activity #4: Students complete the sentences in the illustrated story choosing the correct form of the verbs in the Preterite tense.
 
  • Clue #5 & 6: Students must read a text message and then answer a question about it. After answering the question, they must guess what the person eats and click on it in the photo.
 
  • Activity #5 Students read an illustrated story and answer true or false questions at the end.
 
  • Photographs that students must click on of a skeleton, a jar, two people at a movie, cars, text message, girl stuck in car
 
  • Notes Handout on which students write the clues for each lock
 
  • Article in a fake newspaper about the Corona Virus
 
  • Answer Keys
IMPORTANT: Please check to make sure all links work before assigning this activity to your students. Some districts block certain websites. You will need access to Google Sites, JigsawPlanet.com, Youtube, Google Forms, and Google Slides. Before purchasing, please check to ensure you are able to use these sites.
 
I am not liable if your district blocks these sites or if the product does not work correctly due to blocked sites.
You will get 1o0% student participation with the digital Spanish Preterite Escape Room.

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