Grammar in Context from The Comprehensible Classroom
Read the story of the three little pigs, explore the origins of the word “gringo,” talk about the eating habits of famous tennis player Rafael Nadal, and more–all the while providing students with ample exposure to language features they need to master!
Help students grasp essential structures with:
- brief, kid-friendly grammar explanations in the form of “fill-in-the-blank” guided notes
- interesting, level-appropriate readings showing the grammar concepts in action
- activities designed to further comprehension (no drills)
- -AR verbs, present indicative
- -ER verbs, present indicative
- -IR verbs, present indicative
- Ir + a + infinitive
- Reflexive verbs
- Verbs like “gustar”
- -AR verbs, preterite
- -ER/-IR verbs, preterite
- I-Y stem changers
- Preterite stem change
- Preterite irregular verbs
©2016. Spanish, English. Level 1–2. Beginner, Intermediate. High school. 163 pages.
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Print Book: Spiral-bound with CD (CD contains PDF of book). 9 x 11 inches. Adobe® Reader® required to view PDF.
About the Author
Martina Bex is a Spanish teacher with a passion for comprehensible input; in particular, for finding ways to explore culture in the target language beginning in Novice classes.
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