21 Jan

The Comprehensible Classroom

This game has been played in thousands of classrooms for hundreds of purposes in many different subjects areas.

BHC Who Are You ?This time, I am using it in Spanish class to practice the verb form “eres” (you are). I’ll get reps in of many other second-person structures, but we are targeting ‘eres’.

  1. Have students pick a famous person or character–sports or political figure, actor or actress, singer, cartoon character, character from a movie, etc.
  2. Have the students write at least five descriptive sentences about that person in the second-person verb form. They should include a mix of general and specific things, like “You are a man” and “You play for the NY Giants”. Alternatively, you could have the students complete the form that I created for this game, so that you get enough specific information from each student: Quién soy. The first page is in Spanish, and the second page is…

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