Spanish Preterite Self-correcting Google Forms Activities or Assessments

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Students practice the preterite tense of regular and irregular AR, ER, IR verbs with four fun stories and conjugation activities. They complete the cloze sentences for the stories and write the correct form of the pretérito for the given verbs in the other exercises. These are no prep, self-correcting, editable activities that can be used as assessments, digital worksheets, or any activity. Besides guiding students to communicate in the past, the stories provide comprehensible input. Spanish Grammar

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$3.00
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Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
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Students practice the preterite tense of regular and irregular AR, ER, IR verbs with four fun stories and conjugation activities. They complete the cloze sentences for the stories and write the correct form of the pretérito for the given verbs in the other exercises. These are no prep, self-correcting, editable activities that can be used as assessments, digital worksheets, or any activity. Besides guiding students to communicate in the past, the stories provide comprehensible input. Spanish Grammar

SPANISH PRETERITE SELF-CORRECTING GOOGLE FORMS ACTIVITIES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

  • Three autocorrecting, editable, short answer Google Forms Activities in which students complete three cloze stories: 88 total questions

FIRST STORY:

I take a trip to Hawaii, get engaged, watch a terrible movie, lose my ring, find it before I have to tell my fiancé, get married. Students rewrite the sentences, changing the verbs from the present tense to the preterite tense.
 

SECOND STORY:

Pablo got detention. While he was there, he stole a test from the cabinet. He and a friend used the test to cheat. The teacher found out and changed the test. They both failed. The teacher smiled. (Sonrió)
 
Students complete the sentences by writing the given verb in the preterite tense with the correct conjugation: Él ______ (llegar) tarde
 

THIRD STORY:

“Mi ex-novio”: I went to a restaurant with some friends. While there, I saw my boyfriend with another girl. He tried to say she was just a friend. I left him. A few months later he married the “friend.” (Not a true story.)
 
Students complete the sentences by writing the correct form of the given verb.
 
  • Autocorrecting, preterite self-correcting, editable Google Forms Activity in which students conjugate the given verbs in the preterite: 36 questions
 
Students practice the -gue, -que, -ce spelling changes. (Yo / pagar por la cena) pagué
 
Students conjugate regular –IR Verbs in the preterite
 
Students write the correct form of the regular -AR verbs in the preterite
 
Students write the correct form of the –IR Stem-changing Verbs in the preterite tense
 
Students complete the sentences by writing the correct form of the irregular preterite of the given verb.
 
  • El mal novio: Written in the first person, girl finds out her boyfriend is abusive, confronts him, and leaves him. Autocorrecting, editable cloze activity with vocabulary in which students complete the sentences by writing the correct form of the given verb in el pretérito
 
This activity provides immediate feedback when students commit errors. It is not set up as a quiz but you can change that. 20 questions
  • Five Student Handouts

Verbos “-ir” que cambian en la base en el presente y el pretérito : Conjugations of 19 verbs
 
Verbos que cambian en el presente pero no en el pretérito
 
Verbos irregulares
 
El verbo DAR
 
El verbo VER
 
El pretérito – Los verbos regulares: Conjugations of regular -AR, -ER, and -IR verbs with related vocabulary such as, “ayer, la semana pasada, anoche, esta mañana”
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You will love Spanish Preterite Self-correcting Google Forms Activities because you don’t have to create or correct tests and your students will be engaged.
 
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