Teaching Commands – #SnapThoughts Reflection

In this post: a quick video reflection on two activities I used for teaching commands, plus resources for those activities.

Over at PBL in the TL, Laura shared a post about using snapchat for quick lesson reflections, and then Maris Hawkins encouraged me again on Brillante Viernes to do one, so here it is! Maybe I’ll remember the filter next time.

 

Quizlet list – list of infinitives for commands activities

Worksheet for affirmative commands – just maybe take out the part about passing around the cards 😉 The second page is a more traditional drill-style worksheet that I did as a quick practice after I introduced negative commands, before the more communicative-focused walk-about activity. Use what you can, ignore what you can’t, and if you make it better send it back my way!

 

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I am a teacher, dancer, and Spanish-speaker. This is my place to organize & share my thoughts on teaching, foreign language & language learning.
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3 Responses to Teaching Commands – #SnapThoughts Reflection

  1. Lacey Hungerford says:

    Great idea! I am teaching commands with cooking right now and looking for practice vocabulary and grammar ideas. I am definitely trying this tomorrow in my classes! Thanks for posting and the idea!

  2. Laura Sexton says:

    It’s so funny how things like the SHAPE of what you hand out can change the outcome (and our stress) so much! PS Can’t wait to see the filter posts!

  3. marishawkins says:

    I love this! Also sometimes fancy is not better!! #sotrue

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