Conjugation Races

Materials Required: chalk, chalkboard space (or mini-boards)
Activity Time: varies
Concepts Taught: Reinforcing the conjugations of verbs in Spanish — any tense

Materials Required: chalk, chalkboard space (or mini-boards) Activity Time: varies Concepts Taught: Reinforcing the conjugations of verbs in Spanish -- any tense      Assign at least two students to the chalkboard. Have each draw a T. (On the left side will go the forms for 1,2,3 person singular; on the right will go the forms for 1,2,3 person singular.) Announce the verb, which they write on the horizontal line the T makes. Tell them which tense you want. Tell them to go. The first one to finish AND finish correctly, wins. A new challenger may come forward. At the end of the activity, the student with the most points wins. (With the mini-boards, all of the group can be involved at the same time. In this instance, points would be taken to keep track of the final winner.)

Materials Required: chalk, chalkboard space (or mini-boards) Activity Time: varies Concepts Taught: Reinforcing the conjugations of verbs in Spanish -- any tense Assign at least two students to the chalkboard. Have each draw a T. (On the left side will go the forms for 1,2,3 person singular; on the right will go the forms for 1,2,3 person singular.) Announce the verb, which they write on the horizontal line the T makes. Tell them which tense you want. Tell them to go. The first one to finish AND finish correctly, wins. A new challenger may come forward. At the end of the activity, the student with the most points wins. (With the mini-boards, all of the group can be involved at the same time. In this instance, points would be taken to keep track of the final winner.)

Assign at least two students to the chalkboard. Have each draw a T. (On the left side will go the forms for 1,2,3 person singular; on the right will go the forms for 1,2,3 person singular.) Announce the verb, which they write on the horizontal line the T makes. Tell them which tense you want. Tell them to go. The first one to finish AND finish correctly, wins. A new challenger may come forward. At the end of the activity, the student with the most points wins. (With the mini-boards, all of the group can be involved at the same time. In this instance, points would be taken to keep track of the final winner.)

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