Spanish Se impersonal and no intencional Paired Activities

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What’s more fun than making up excuses? Students use the SE impersonal and SE no intencional to make up excuses, ask what activities are practiced, and change the active voice to the passive voice. They practice speaking and writing. Student handouts are included.

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$2.00
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
Paired Activities

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Spanish Se impersonal and no intencional Paired Activities

Students use the SE impersonal and SE no intencional when asking what activities are practiced, when making up excuses, and when changing the active voice to the passive voice. They practice speaking and writing.

This Spanish Se impersonal includes the following resources:

~Spanish Se impersonal Paired Activity Game: Students ask each other if certain things are done and record each other’s responses. Whoever gets the most right wins the game. Answers are on the bottom of each page. (¿Se tiran tomates en España en un festival?)

~Spanish Se impersonalGroup Competition in which students change the sentence from the active voice to the passive voice. (No vendemos ropa aquí. / No se vende ropa aquí.)

~PowerPoint answers to the above competition

~Spanish Se impersonal Student Handout on the “se no intencional”: Compares the structure of the impersonal SE to the non-intentional SE, compares the active voice to the passive voice (Olvidé la llave / Se me olvidó la llave), compares the meaning of verbs with SE to the meaning without SE, (Acabé mi trabajo / Se me acabaron los comestibles)

~Activity in which students complete the sentence by writing in the correct indirect object pronoun and verb: A Jaime ____ ________________(acabar) el tiempo

~Activity in which students make up an excuse for each situation. (No traje nada para la fiesta. Se me acabó el dinero.)

~Student Handout on, “El SE impersonal, o, La voz pasiva con SE” explaining the uses of the pronoun, “se”

THESE ACTIVITIES ARE INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING MONEY-SAVING BUNDLE: Spanish Three Paired and Group Listening Reading Writing Paired and Group Activities

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