Reflexive Pronoun Teacher Resources
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Pronouns are the name of the game with this informative, six-page packet. The first three pages detail different types of pronouns like subject pronouns, object pronouns, etc. Then, three pages of practice follow, encouraging grammarians to write sentences, identifying certain types of pronouns in their work. A detailed, comprehensive look at pronouns!
Understanding what reflexive verbs are in English will help your class understand them better in Spanish. Use this PowerPoint as an introduction to your "Verbos Reflexivos" lesson. It outlines reflexive verbs in English and Spanish, prior to twenty-five slides with fill-in-the-blank sentences in Spanish.
In this reflexive pronouns worksheet, 7th graders review and discuss how to use reflexive pronouns correctly in sentences. Students fill in the blanks in five sentences with the correct pronoun.
In this reflexive pronouns activity, students read the sentences and select the reflexive pronoun to best complete the 15 online exercises.
In this reflexive pronoun worksheet, students connect words with horizontal and vertical lines to form sentences; words are in a graphic organizer.
In this online grammar quiz, students read the sentences and complete them with forms of reflexive pronouns.
Reflexive verbs and pronouns are a breeze with this reference guide! Explanations and examples are provided, and the chart is well-organized for easy understanding. Now provide your learners with an opportunity to put this knowledge to practice!
A verb is reflexive when the subject and the object are the same. After introducing your intermediate Spanish speakers to some of the most common reflexive verbs, assign them this sheet for practice. First, they write the reflexive pronoun that goes with each of twelve verbs listed. Then, they fill in sentence frames with the correct form of the reflexive verb.
There are six types of pronouns to explore! Put on your thinking hat and read about each type: demonstrative, indefinite, intensive, interrogative, and reflexive. This learning exercise comes with two pages of explanations and examples, and it includes a review activity.
There is a wealth of information provided here about direct and indirect object pronouns. Consider breaking these complex grammatical concepts into smaller chunks so that your Spanish language learners do not become overwhelmed. The At a Glance page provides an effective option for simplifying the material for student reference. Make sure to take a look at the presentation, which provides explanation and practice.
What a terrific resource! Have your class review nouns, pronouns, objects, singular and plural using this resource. In this comprehensive presentation, learners practice identifying singular and plural, diagramming sentences,and more.
I myself am often confused by intensive pronouns but your pupils can work by themselves to gain understanding of reflective and intensive pronouns with this worksheet set. You yourself will benefit from the attached answer key.
There are many different types of pronouns used in Spanish for various purposes. If your class has mastered subject pronouns, object pronouns, and reflexive pronouns, perhaps they are ready to learn about prepositional pronouns. You can show the slide show to teach your class about these pronouns, or use the informational section to inspire and inform your own lesson.
In this reflexive and emphatic pronouns worksheet, 7th graders refer to a story, read the examples and rewrite 20 sentences using the correct pronoun form.
Gary, the grammar gorilla, graciously introduces viewers to a variety of pronouns and models how relative, reflexive, and interrogative pronouns operate in a sentence. This presentation is more complex than the other resources in the series, consider frequently stopping the video, asking viewers to take notes, and providing additional examples to check for understanding.
Myself, yourself, and himself are intensive pronouns. Get your learners using these pronouns when writing sentences with this series of worksheets which include a reading and discussion section, examples, three practice activities, and an answer key.
In these pronouns worksheets, students review the definitions of different types of pronouns and then complete three pages of activities to help them with the pronoun types.
In this grammar activity, 3rd graders draw lines down from the top of rows of words to connect them to form sentences. They do this with 12 lists of words and form 12 complete sentences that include reflexive pronouns.
In this foreign language worksheet, students complete 10 sentences by filling in a blank with the correct reflexive pronoun. No choices are given, students must use words from their current vocabulary.
For this pronoun rules worksheet, young scholars learn information about pronouns and then identify the correct pronoun from two options in a sentence. Students also identify incorrect pronouns, correct sentences with the wrong pronoun, and fill in the blank using who or whom. Young scholars answer eighty fill in the blank and short answer questions.