Spanish Subjunctive Digital Escape Room

Category:

This Spanish Subjunctive Digital Escape Room is a super fun Breakout Game and great practice for the Spanish Present Subjunctive. Students must follow the clues in order to escape from the zoo. La Sala de escape para el subjuntivo provides students with comprehensible input in Spanish in the form of a mystery picture, a video, and an illustrated story. Students follow five clues and do the activities. They must answer the questions, watch a movie, put a puzzle together, read an article, and complete the sentences choosing the correct form of the verbs in order to get out of the zoo. Students may work in pairs or individually. Great for online or distance learning! This task should be assigned after teaching all the present subjunctive including doubt, emotions, desire and implied commands, indicative vs. subjunctive, one subject vs. two, conjunctions of time, subjunctive vs. infinitive, and adjective clauses.

Price
$4.99
Subject
Spanish
Grade Levels
9-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
Games; Google Apps; Internet Activities
___________________________________________________________________________
What Buyers Have Said:
~ “This resource is a challenge for our students! Excellent tool!”~ “My students loved it!”
~ “My students loved it!”

Purchase

Description

This Spanish Subjunctive Digital Escape Room is a super fun Breakout Game and great practice for the Spanish Present Subjunctive. Students must follow the clues in order to escape from the zoo. La Sala de escape para el subjuntivo provides students with comprehensible input in Spanish in the form of a mystery picture, a video, and an illustrated story. Students follow five clues and do the activities. They must answer the questions, watch a movie, put a puzzle together, read an article, and complete the sentences choosing the correct form of the verbs in order to get out of the zoo. Students may work in pairs or individually. Great for online or distance learning! This task should be assigned after teaching all the present subjunctive including doubt, emotions, desire and implied commands, indicative vs. subjunctive, one subject vs. two, conjunctions of time, subjunctive vs. infinitive, and adjective clauses.

CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK TO SEE THE COMPLETE VIDEO PREVIEW:

 

THIS SPANISH SUBJUNCTIVE DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

  • Instructions for the teacher for the Present Subjunctive Escape Room
 
  • Sequence of clues and activities
  • Timer
  • Link to La sala de escape para el presente del subjuntivo
  • Student Handouts of regular and irregular verbs explaining all the uses of the subjunctive: la duda, las emociones, el deseo y los mandatos implícitos, indicativo vs. subjuntivo, un sujeto y dos, las conjunciones de tiempo, el subjuntivo vs. el infinitivo, y las cláusulas adjetivales. Present, imperfect, perfect, and pluperfect subjunctive are included.
  • Vocabulary necessary for students to follow instructions
  • Five clues
  • Five locks / cerraduras that students must open
  • Clues # 1: Students read a paragraph extracting the red letters to form a sentence which leads them to the first activity.
  • Activity # 1: Students answer questions to reveal the mystery picture in Google Slides.
  • Clue # 2: Students put a puzzle together and read the clue in the puzzle.
  • Activity #2: Las conjunciones de tiempo: Students complete the sentences with the indicative, the present subjunctive, or the infinitive.
 
  • Clue # 3: Students are instructed to read the article and answer the question, “¿De qué trata el artículo?” They then click on that animal.
 
  • Activity #3: El deseo y los mandatos- Students complete the sentences with the correct form of the subjunctive.
 
  • Clue # 4: Students read the article again and click on the word indicated.
 
  • Activity #4: Students watch a video and answer comprehension questions writing the answers as symbols.
 
  • Clue # 5: Students click on the brown bear.
 
  • Activity # 5: Students read an illustrated story and answer true/false questions.
 
  • Photographs that students must click on.
 
  • Notes Handout on which students write the clues for each lock.
 
  • 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.
 
To receive freebies and notifications of new products, click HERE to follow me.
 

THIS PRODUCT IS INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING MONEY-SAVING BUNDLES:

 
 
 
*************************************************************************************************************************************************

OTHER PRODUCTS THAT MAY INTEREST YOU

 
 
 
 
Click on the link to learn about Escape Rooms in the World Language Classroom.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Spanish Subjunctive Digital Escape Room”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *