The journey continues…and I am continuing to love it as my students continue to have great success learning new structures and producing grammatically correct past narration! Woohoo!
We followed up our focused study of -AR regular preterite verbs, using the “La muchacha y la ardilla” story, with a focused study of -ER and -IR regular preterite verbs. We used the story “La madre de Jasón” (Download the script here–it was written by one of my students–of course). Our target structures were “s/he returned early”, “they had fun”, and “s/he met a young person”–all er and -ir verbs. After we finished storytelling and activities, I gave them preterite notes, did some activities, and then came back to the story to do some horizontal conjugation. We finished it up with a communicative activity that led to fun discussion!! Download the plans and activities that I use here.
PS – It was SO tempting to use the song “La madre de José” by El Canto del Loco in this unit, but…it’s just a little too inappropriate for my students. RATS! It was the #1 hit while I was in Spain back in the day!!
8 replies on “La madre de Jasón Script”
You are my hero. Seriously. I have been dying for some more level II lesson plans on TPT! Keep them coming! You’re amazing.
Is there a power point presentation that goes with this lesson? Like the one that came with “La Muchacha y la Ardilla”? Thank you!
Not yet….but there will be! I only recently started adding the PPTs, so it is taking some time to get through all of the units.
La historia es interesante pero me incomoda que una mujer adulta tenga interés en relacionarse con adolescentes.
por eso añadí otra opción; uno de mis estudiantes escribió la versión original pero no sirve para todos 🙂