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Presente Progresivo

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SPANISH II UNIT Que están haciendo Praatplaat: school Use pictures with a lot happening in them and have your students talk about it. A good way to start conversation skills. Teaching French, Teaching Spanish, Teaching English, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Spanish Lessons, English Lessons

Use pictures with a lot happening in them and have your students talk about it. A good way to start conversation skills.

Silent Films & Creative Images Provide Great Speaking & Writing Opportunities – Teaching a World Language Writing Pictures, Silly Pictures, Picture Writing Prompts, Hidden Pictures, Spanish Classroom, Teaching Spanish, Teaching English, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities

Ilustación de Genevieve Kote. Es un buen recurso para indicar acciones con ESTAR + GERUNDIO, para practicar con las partículas de localización (a la izquierda, cerca, debajo de...), o para ampliar léxico.

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7 Fabulous Activities to Review the Present Perfect Progressive: Poster

Looking for new (and fun!) ways to practice the Present Perfect Progressive? Here's our new reference poster from our new 'Grammar' series that contains short but very effective activities

Spanish Present Progressive Speaking Activity (Dice, Groups) Learning Spanish For Kids, Spanish Activities, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Grammar, Spanish Games, Spanish Language, Learning Activities, Spanish Alphabet, Learning Apps

Spanish Present Progressive Speaking Activity (Dice, Groups)

Spanish Present Progressive Speaking Activity (Dice, Groups) A fun and interactive way for students to practice verb forms. Students can do this activity in groups of 2, 3 or 4. Each player gets his own card and 1 die is needed and bingo chips (or anything that will cover the die on the card). Th...