You don't never use double negatives in English, but the grammar is slightly different in Spanish. Help your class grasp this concepts and pick up how to compose sentences that are negative, rather than affirmative with the information provided here. Since there is instruction on many different grammatical situations, consider splitting the material up over several lessons.
- The At a Glance tab provides a succinct version that could be used for reference
- Includes plenty of examples ing English and Spanish to foster understanding
- Answers are not provided for the translation practice included on the final slide of the presentation
- There is a lot of information, and no instructional steps listed for presenting it; you might have to adapt and scaffold the material before teaching it