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Spanish Question Words

For Students 6th - 8th
Before your Spanish novices can ask questions, they need to know the common question words! Words like cuánto, quién, qué, and cómo are included in the list of ten words. Learners match the English translation to the Spanish equivalent. 
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Question Words 1

For Teachers 3rd - Higher Ed
Check out this PowerPoint from a series of presentations regarding Spanish question verbs. This first version provides viewers with an explanation of question words, as well as example sentences to practice using them. Note: Find more...
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Question Words 2

For Teachers 3rd - Higher Ed
Que, quien, and como are all words that begin a question sentence. In this PowerPoint, students must fill in the blank of 32 sentences by choosing the correct question word. This presentation is a great assessment tool for your Spanish...
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Question Words 4

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed
Wow! Seventy-four slides of fill-in-the-blank sentences will provide your learners with ample practice using question words: que, cual, quien cuantos, and more! Tip: Use name sticks to call on students to complete these sentences.
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Question Words 5

For Teachers 3rd - Higher Ed
You can use this fifth version of "Question Words" to complete fill-in-the-blank sentences with your students. It includes 68 total sentences. Tip: Send this PowerPoint file home with your students to practice at home! 
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Interrogatives

For Students 6th - 7th
Use this resource to provide your beginning Spanish speakers the opportunity to ask questions. Then have pairs read the questions and answers aloud.
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Spanish Interrogatives

For Students 6th - 8th
Are your beginning Spanish speakers learning how to form questions? This worksheet contains two exercises related to interrogatives; the first exercise requires the learner to translate the interrogative into its English counterpart. The...
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Understanding Questions in Spanish

For Students 6th - 9th
How can you discover what a question is asking in Spanish? Use this scaffolded worksheet to help your learners understand how questions are formed in Spanish. 
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¿A Dónde Vas? (What, Where, When)

For Students K - 8th
A trip to la panaderia leads to many more questions with an entertaining song about question words. Focusing on the question words quién, cómo, cuánto, and cuándo, the Spanish song and worksheet guide beginning learners through an...
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Interrogative Chants

For Students 6th - 8th
Knowing how to ask questions in a second language is so important! Practice intonation and tone with these three, separate interrogative chants. They're short and easy to memorize. The repetition will help learners develop confidence in...
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Interrogatives #1

For Students 6th - 9th
What words indicate an interrogative sentence? After reviewing the words qué, quién, cómo, cuándo, por qué, cuánto, cuál, and dónde, provide your beginning Spanish speakers with this practice opportunity. There are 15 questions, and...
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Understanding Questions

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Using the five examples provided, Spanish language learners discover the easy way to break down a question and understand what it's asking. They practice finding the question word, finding the verb, and finding the subject of the...
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Interrogative 1

For Students 8th - 9th
There are specific words Spanish speakers use when asking questions. Can your beginning speakers identify which word completes the interrogative sentences provided? Choose between words like cuál, quién, qué, cómo, and cuándo. Quick and...
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Formal Commands (Mandatos)

For Students 8th - 9th
How do you give commands in Spanish? Use this well-organized resource to review formal commands. Extend the activity by having pairs write a dialogue between a mother or father and a small child in a candy store.
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Answering Questions in Spanish

For Students 8th - 9th
When the perspective changes in a question, the verb form has to change, too. Give your learners this PowerPoint print-out, and identify questions that have a perspective change. The last slide asks the learner to change the verb forms...
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Greetings - How and Where Might We Greet Someone Using Spanish?

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
Use the Total Physical Response (TPR) strategy to practice Spanish greetings as well as where and who question prompts. Comprised of five days, this short unit is taught completely in Spanish with call-and-response exercises, group...
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Questions and answers in a Foreign Language

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Learners recognize all the interrogative words, how to phrase questions and how to answer questions in a Spanish.
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Las Palabras Interrogativas

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed
Learn how to use the Spanish interrogative words: quien, que, and cuando in this PowerPoint. The correct use of these words are outlined and organized in great detail, followed by ten enrichment question for students to answer. Tip: Ask...
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Las Palabras Interrogativas

For Teachers 6th - 7th
Cuáles son tus libros? Teach your beginning Spanish speakers how to use interrogative words and form questions. Provide some opportunities for learners to use these new interrogative words in practice. 
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Courtesy Words

For Students 8th - 9th
There are several ways to ask for things, but using certain words is more polite. After introducing your Spanish class to common courtesy words in Spanish, have them complete this practice opportunity.  
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Stress

For Students 7th - 9th
Are you looking for a comprehensive pronunciation guide to offer your beginning learners? Not only is this loaded with information and examples, there is a small section for practice at the bottom! Consider printing this resource on a...
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Writing Workshop

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders convey emotion in writing while viewing images. In this writing workshop lesson, 3rd graders view primary sources and write a conversation using the interrogation and exclamation signs in Spanish.
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Los Dos Reyes y Los Dos Laberintos

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Young scholars interpret the short story "Los Dos Reyes y Los Dos Laberintos" through reading and group activities. They demonstrate their individual interpretation of the story's theme by writing an essay.
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¡Ya sé lo que hiciste el verano pasado! Using the Preterite Indicative Tense

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students focus on the uses of the preterite indicative tense and vocabulary related to travel. They read various selections that demonstrate the use of the preterite. and draw pictures to illustrate their understanding.

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