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El que se enoja, pierde

December 6, 2012

This was the unit that I taught while my Spanish II students were on the Plan B. I taught it in just over two weeks of 45 minute lessons (with interruptions, of course!), and I used it to introduce them to the past tense (preterite and imperfect). It is based on a Mayan story called "El que se enoja, pierde", and the plans include a modified (comprehensible) version of the story, worksheets and other supplemental materials, a final assessment, activities, personalized questions for discussion, and answer keys for everything. The 75 page plans (34, really...the last 41 are storybook pages) include options to teach many of the activities in an individual or communicative manner, in case you find yourself in a Plan B situation, too :)

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