Spanish Video of Comprehensible Input for Ir + a + infinitive. This video provides comprehensible input for the use of the Spanish expression, “Ir + a + infinitivo”. Rodrigo talks about what he is going to do and uses many examples of the Immediate Future in context. Digital versions are included for distance learning.
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Spanish IR + A + Infinitive Video and Activities include the following:
- Video providing comprehensible input for the use of the Spanish expression, “Ir + a + infinitivo”. Rodrigo talks about what he is going to do and uses many examples of the Immediate Future in context.
- Script and vocabulary
- Activity in which students use, “Ir + a + infinitive” to write about what they will do after they graduate
- Activity in which students answer questions using the immediate future
- Group activity in which students ask other students where they go to do certain things
- Scavenger hunt in which students use the expression, “Ir + a + infinitivo” to ask and answer questions
- List of vocabulary for Spanish places
- Google Slides digital versions for use in Google Classroom, other Google and digital platforms, and distance learning
THIS SPANISH VERB IR + A + INFINITIVE VIDEO IS INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING MONEY-SAVING BUNDLE: Spanish Videos for Comprehensible Input
To see the PowerPoint and TPRS Story for the verb, “Ir”, click here: Ir, Venir, Places PPT, TPRS, Activities
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