Everything you need to teach the Spanish verb IR (to go) in the present tense, the immediate future with the structure IR + A + INFINITIVE, and the verb VENIR. The PowerPoint explanations and practices make learning this concept easy and fun. Curriculum includes no-prep daily lesson plans; PowerPoint; comprehensible input with a video, stories, dialogues, and puppet shows; worksheets; bell work; attention-getters; interactive notebook activities; printable tests and two autocorrecting activities or tests; student handouts; and games. Google Slides digital versions are included for 1:1 classes or distance learning.
THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
- Seven 90-minute daily, no-prep lesson plans
- Word Document and PDF of continuous lesson plans so you can print them out all at once
- 139-SLIDE SPANISH VERB IR TO GO POWERPOINT WITH THE FOLLOWING:
§ Eye-popping visuals, Illustrations, and use in context of complete sentences
§ The conjugation of the verb IR
§ Explanation of the contraction AL: A + EL = AL
§ Use of AL and A LA in context with visuals
§ The difference between, “¿Adónde?” and “¿Dónde?”
§ ¿ADÓNDE VAS? Question and answer used many times in context with illustrations
§ Explanation of IR + A + INFINITIVO
§ Practices: Cambien las frases al futuro inmediato
§ ¿Es lógico? Practice for comprehensible input
§ The conjugation of the verb VENIR
§ The difference between VENIR A… and VENIR DE…
§ Use of DEL and DE LA
§ Checking for understanding
§ Dos cuentos illustrated TPR stories for comprehensible input
- Each skill is learned and practiced before proceeding to the next one
- Bell Work
- Tension PowerPoint that tells students what they will be learning and what they will do at the end of the lesson to demonstrate mastery
- Attention Getters
- Homework and PowerPoint answers
§ Speaking Activity in which students ask each other where they go to do certain things and record their partner’s answers: ¿Adónde vas para sacar libros? Voy a la biblioteca.
§ Una caza de basura: Students ask each other what they are going to do using the structure IR + A + INFINITIVO
§ ¿Es lógico?: Illustrated activity in which students read sentences and decide if they are logical or not. If they are not, they write logical sentences.
§ Cloze Activity for song
§ Los lugares: 31 words for places in Spanish and English
§ El verbo IR student handout: Conjugation of the verb IR; explanation of the contraction AL and use in context; the meaning of “¿Adónde?” and “¿Adónde vas?” with use in context.
§ El verbo VENIR: Conjugation of the verb VENIR; explanation of the contraction DEL; use of DEL and DE LA in context
§Meaning of “¿De dónde?” and “¿De dónde vienes?” and use in context
§ Ir + A + INFINITIVO: Explanation of the use of the immediate future with words in context
§ Ir and Places Printable Quiz: Students answer questions about where they go and what they are going to do using the structure IR + A + INFINITIVE; students complete the sentences using the correct conjugation of the verb IR and AL or A LA.
§ Autocorrecting, editable, Google Forms Test or Activity with captivating visuals for IR and IR AL or IR A LA
§ Self-correcting, editable, illustrated, Google Forms Test for the verb IR and places vocabulary
§ Google Slides Test
§ Spanish Verb IR To Go INB in which students write the correct conjugation of the verb IR and AL or A LA
§ Activity in which students answer questions about where they go using the verb IR in the present tense
§ Interactive Notebook Activity in which students write the name of the place under the image and answer questions about where they go to do certain things. ¿Adónde vas para caminar tu perro?
§ Activity in which students change the sentence from the present tense to the immediate future using the structure IR + A + INFINITIVO
§ Interactive Notebook Table of Contents, instructions, rubric
- Spanish Places Google Drive Activities
§ IR + A + INFINITIVE VIDEO: with vocabulary, script, and activities: Rodrigo talks about what he is going to do after he graduates from high school. Visuals pop in to aid in comprehension.
§ Sofía y Esperana: illustrated story that uses the verb IR many times in context with comprehension questions and a True / False competition
§ La mala novia: Illustrated story with vocabulary and activities about a girl whose boyfriend breaks up with her and what she does afterward. Story uses the verb IR and IR + INFINITIVO many times in context.
§ ¿Es lógico? Reading activities
§ Fake skit in which teacher sends student to the office
§ Puppet Shows: La persona generosa, la persona tacaña
§ El cuento de los novios: Vocabulary, illustrations, and activities. The story repeats the verb IR and vocabulary for places many times in context.
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