After teaching the non-intentional “se” (Se le cayeron las llaves.), I tell this TPR story so students can see and hear this structure in context and so it will cement in their minds. Digital versions are included for distance learning.
The TPR story uses the “se le” structure many times to describe all the awful things that happen to Marisela one day. It also includes the following:
- A true/false activity in which students mark true or false and correct the false statements using the “se le” construction once again.
- Answers for the true/false activity.
- Instructions with a rubric on how to write their own story in pairs using the non-intentional “se” and certain verbs which use this structure frequently.
- Illustrations for the story
- Google-compatible digital versions for use in Google Classroom, other Google platforms, or distance learning
This activity progresses from receptive to productive language.
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This TPRS Story and Activity for Non-intentional Se activity progresses from receptive to productive language.
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For the PowerPoint, “Uses of ‘Se from Reflexive to Non-Intentional'”, click here: Uses of Se
For the No-Prep, No-book Lesson Plans and Curriculum for the “Se impersonal” and the “Se no intentional”, click here: Se Lesson Plans
Click here to read about The Challenges of Teaching the Se Impersonal.