“Spanish Subjunctive No-Prep Lesson Plans and Curriculum” does all the work for you and requires no textbook although it can supplement any text you use. (I use Repaso.) This curriculum covers independent vs. dependent clauses, the present subjunctive, the present perfect subjunctive, the two forms of the imperfect subjunctive, the pluperfect subjunctive and all the uses of each. It explains when to use the indicative, the subjunctive and the infinitive and clarifies the different meaning of each tense. Spanish Subjunctive lesson plans are based on the EDI (Explicit Direct Instruction) model and are structured for a 90-minute instructional day for the block schedule. However, they can be easily modified for a regular schedule and include extra lessons and activities. Google-compatible digital versions are included for distance learning.
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This Spanish Subjunctive Lesson Plans and Curriculum includes, but is not limited to, the following:
~PowerPoints (790 slides):
PowerPoints modified from the internet:
- Los mandatos (50 slides
- El futuro (57 slides
- El imperfecto del subjuntivo a (20 slides
- El modo subjuntivo (73 slides)
262 pages of printables, handouts, and lesson plans which include SOME of the following:
~28 days of 90-minute lesson plans
~PDF and Word document of continuous lesson plans so you can print them out all at one time
~Everything you need for each day’s lesson in a folder
~Puppet shows; dialogues; comprehensible input using the subjunctive repeatedly in context
~Student Subjunctive Packet
~Student Subjunctive Fill-In packet
~Tests and Quizzes with Answers
~Rubrics for all activities
~Attention getters in the form of cartoons, jokes, photos
~Extra lessons and notes to teachers for the regular schedule
~Extra activities for the regular school schedule
~Many URL links (they are listed in the preview).
The Spanish Subjunctive lesson plans include:
~Checking for Understanding
~Independent Practice (Homework)
~Tension indicating what students will do to show proficiency at the end of each lesson
~List of items necessary for that lesson
The uses of subjunctive included are:
~doubt, desire, implied commands
~verbs that use either the subjunctive or the infinitive
~expressions that always use the indicative
~expressions that always use the subjunctive
~conjunctions of time when referring to the future
~the four meanings of “ojalá que” depending on which verb tense is used
~emotion in the dependent clause about an event that took place in the past
~si + imperfect subjunctive in contrary-to-fact situations
~the pluperfect subjunctive used with conditional perfect or the pluperfect subjunctive
DIGITAL VERSIONS ARE INCLUDED FOR DISTANCE LEARNING: Google-compatible, google drive activities, Google slides, and an autocorrecting Google Forms Quiz
For this curriculum you will need access to a computer, the Internet, and a projector to project the Internet resources onto a screen.
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