This Spanish Grammar Page is divided into 3 sections, Lesson Plans, PowerPoints & Worksheets, all containing specific resources for teaching Spanish Grammar. Each resource is categorized as elementary, middle or high (School).
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Spanish Grammar Lesson Plans and Activities:
- Spanish Verbs Through Stories Lesson Plan (middle school) teach Spanish verbs through story telling.
- Spanish Prepositions Lesson Plan (middle school) an original “rima” (rhyme) is used to teach Spanish prepositions.
- Capitalization & Accents in Spanish Lesson Plan (Tildes y Mayúsculas) (middle/high school) an entire unit on accents and capitalization with lesson plans, explanations and exercises.
- Spanish Prepositions Game (middle/high school) a game called ‘La Oca de las Preposiciones’ to practice all about Spanish prepositions. Materials and instructions included.
- Spanish Comparatives (of equality) (middle/high school) this lesson plan teaches the use of comparatives in Spanish (tanto como, tantas como…)
- Negatives in Spanish (middle/high school) a lesson plan to teach the use of sentence negation in Spanish.
- The Spanish Impersonal (middle/high school) a lesson plan to teach the Spanish impersonal to beginner students.
- Subject Pronouns in Spanish (middle/high school) lesson plan for teaching the Spanish subject pronouns.
Spanish Grammar Powerpoint Presentations:
- Spanish Prepositions Powerpoint (middle/high school) presentation with exercises to practice the use of ” al, a la, del, de la, en el, en la.
- PowerPoint Adjetivos Demostrativos (Spanish Demonstrative Adjectives) (middle school) presentation that explains adjetivos demostrativos.
- PowerPoint Spanish Prepositions (Preposiciones) spanish4teachers.org(middle/high school) presentation that explains the use of the prepositions “a” and “en”.
- Spanish “Hay” Powerpoint spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) presentation explaining the uses of “hay” (there is/there are). It gives examples and practice exercises.
- Saber or Conocer PowerPoint (middle/high school) interesting and simple presentation that uses the “star wars” theme to explain the difference. It also has an engaging activity to practice.
- Por o Para PPT (middle/high school) explains the uses of each word.
- Los Mandatos _Spanish Commands PPT (middle/high school) excellent explanation of the Spanish commands. When to use them, how to use them, conjugations and examples.
- El verbo “tener” y la expresion “tener que” Powerpoint_ Spanish Verb tener (middle/high school) a review of the conjugation of the verb tener in present followed by an explanation with examples of the expression
- Spanish futuro simple ir + a (middle/high school) Powerpoint with exercises to practice when to use “ir + a”, “ir + al”, or “ir + a la”.
- Question Words in Spanish (middle school) Spanish question words and uses.
- Spanish Qué vs Cuál Presentation (middle/high school) a powerpoint with examples of when to use “que” or “cual”. Offers a simple explanation of how to use each.
- Spanish Question Words Powerpoint (high school) presentation explaining the Spanish question words, spelling and examples. Includes an explanation of “que” vs “cual”.
- Spanish Interrogatives Powerpoint (high school) excellent explanation and example of Spanish interrogative words and how to make and create questions.
- Asking for advice in Spanish Prezi presentation explaining how to ask for and give advice.
Spanish Grammar Worksheets & Handouts:
- Spanish Worksheet QUÉ o CUÁL spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) explains the use of “que” and “cual”. It gives examples.
- Spanish Definite Articles Worksheet (Articulos Definidos) spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) simple worksheet to practice the use of definite article. It could be used as a quiz.
- Spanish Definite Articles Worksheet spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) worksheet to practice the use of definite articles and the professions in Spanish. Good for explaining the accordance with gender and number.
- Tu and Usted Explanation (middle/high school) handout explaining the difference of the Spanish Tu and Usted. Includes a set of exercises.
- Usted & Ustedes Commands (middle/high school) handout explaining how to form command words for “usted” and “ustedes”.
- Saber o Conocer Worksheet spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) it summarizes the difference between saber and conocer and then it gives two exercises.
- Saber v. Conocer (middle/high school) simple handout explaining the difference of saber vs. conocer.
- Spanish Negation Word (nunca, nadie, nada, tampoco) spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) brief explanation of the use of these negation words followed by a practice exercise.
- The Irregular Verbs Tener & Querer (Verbos Irregulares tener y Querer (middle/high school) a complete unit with lesson plans, explanations and exercises focused on the verbs “tener” and “querer”.
- Spanish Tener, Ser, Necesitar, Querer Worksheet (middle/high school) fill in the blank worksheet to practice the use of these verbs in the present tense.
- Spanish Interrogative Words Worksheet (middle school) Spanish question words exercises.
- Spanish Infinitives Worksheet/Quiz_Infinitivos spanish4teachers.org (middle school) identify the infinitive verbs and classify them according to ending.
- Spanish Connectors Worksheet_Conectores spanish4teachers.org (middle/high school) practice using the basic connectors “y” and “pero”.
- Spanish Personal Pronouns Image fun image to practice Spanish personal pronouns. Students could fill in the bubble with the correct pronoun and then explain why.
- Spanish Grammar Booklet a printable Spanish grammar exercise booklet. Contains exercises for most of the Spanish grammar structures and conjugations (140 pages).
- Spanish grammar Worksheets and Handouts (high school) many worksheets and handouts of different Spanish grammar topics: tenses, stem changing verbs, nouns, articles, adjectives, prepositions, possessives, adverbs, comparatives.
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