Present Tense Teacher Resources
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This resource examines the present tense through several mediums. The information covered includes: regular present tense verbs, stem-changing present tense verbs, irregular present tense verbs, and use of the present tense. Included is a summary page titled At a Glance that would work well for a reference page, an interactive presentation, and an online practice exercise that could be used for the present tense and much more. Flip your class with these materials, or use them as inspiration!
When working with Spanish verbs in the present tense, learners will find that there are many irregular verbs and spelling changes that need to be made. This resource provides information on yo from spelling changes, strange stem changes, irregular present tense verbs, verbs with irregular accent marks, and more. There are no exercises listed; however, the resource does come with a presentation and a summary page and could work in a flipped classroom.
In this music and grammar worksheet, students use the song, "Penny Lane" by the Beatles, to examine the use of simple present tense verbs. They listen to the song before completing 4 short answer questions. They record present tense verbs as they listen, working is groups they identify residents of Penny Lane, and look for uses of the simple present tense verbs.
Third graders take a look at how to use verbs in the present tense. They do this by acting out action verbs, (such as, running, jumping, etc.), writing down the verbs they acted out, using those words in written sentences, then playing a present-tense bingo game. The lesson plan is chock-full of terrific printable worksheets, useful websites, Bingo sheets, and game cards for the kids to use. It is extremely well-written, and has many educationally sound activites embedded in it.
In this simple present tense learning exercise, students fill in the blanks to sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the simple present tense. Students complete 10 problems.
Cover can, may, will, and shall with this lesson on using modals in the present tense. Starting off with a warm-up activity, the resource includes a text to analyze, examples of modals, and exercises with answers. The language in the lesson is relatively complex, so you might need to alter the vocabulary depending on the level of your class.
How well do your pupils know -ar Spanish verbs? Help them practice with this online interactive worksheet. Using the given words in the parentheses, class members fill in each blank. They must conjugate each verb in the indicative mood and present tense. When they click on the star at the end of each sentence, the answers will appear at the top of the page.
In this interactive grammar worksheet, students listen to the song "Lemon Tree" and type in the missing words from the lyrics. There are twelve fill-in exercises to complete and ten fill-in sentences to complete as a follow-up review of the present tense.
In this past tense worksheet, students change the past and present tense sentences to the present and past tense. Students complete 16 problems.
Young writers practice printing conjugated present tense forms of the verbs to do, to have, to be, to go, to sing, to think, and the past tense forms of to be. Never mind the instructions, which are far too complex and detailed for any learner who needs the kind of practice available here.
Present tense -ar Spanish verbs are outlined in this PowerPoint, prior to a quiz of over twenty multiple choice/fill in the blank sentences. This is a great presentation to kick off your next Spanish lesson!
Enrich your Spanish lesson with this useful PowerPoint that tests student knowledge of present tense -ar verbs. There are over forty multiple choice/fill-in-the-blank sentences for learners to complete. Tip: Use individual whiteboards for students to write their answers if showing this presentation as a whole class activity.
Thirty fill-in-the-blank sentences allow learners to practice using present tense verbs in Spanish throughout this PowerPoint. Tip: Complete this as a whole class, then send it to students to practice at home.
Present tense verbs are the focus of this language arts worksheet. Students review verb tenses, and identify present tense verbs in 22 sentences. Some good, solid practice can be found in this fine worksheet.
In this present tense instructional activity, students put the base words into the correct categories according to the s or es for the third person singular present tense of the word. Students complete this for 30 words, correct sentences, and write sentences.
In this recognizing present tense verbs in sentences activity, students choose the correct action verbs, that agree with the subjects, to complete sentences. Students write 15 short answers.
Present your class with this bell-ringer activity to review conjugating verbs in the present tense. It's short and sweet, but no answers are provided.
In this present tense learning exercise, students identify and rewrite sentences with mistakes. Students write ten complete sentence.
Focus on -ar verbs in the present tense! There are 15 sentences provided here, and learners must conjugate the verb in parentheses so that it correctly completes the sentence. Some of the verbs include mirar, trabajar, comprar, and buscar.
Make verb conjugation second nature to your beginning Spanish speakers. This short, 10-question practice opportunity focuses on irregular verbs in the present tense. After your class completes the sheet, have them partner up for some speaking practice.