Category Archives: PQA

How Well Do You Know Your Classmates?

The following activities are great way to provide input in an engaging manner, using your students as the context.   They work well for the first day back after a break but can be used at any time.  They are … Continue reading

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Image Search

Here is an easy and fun activity, which can lead to great input and many reps of important structures.  It’s great as homework or for a sub day.  The teacher supplies the students with a slide presentation with several written phrases, … Continue reading

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Who threw it at him?

We’ve been using the phrase “se lo trajo” (brought it to him/her) in class.  Even after a story about a waitress bringing food to clients, I felt that I needed more reps on the concept of double pronouns.  I put … Continue reading

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2 new story scripts

Here are two recent story scripts that fit well together.  There are links for a script for asking the story in class and a link to a slide presentation for PQA. Los mensajes de texto: A story about sending text … Continue reading

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