Mother’s Day is coming! As Mindshapers it is our duty to remind our students to quit buying lame gifts for their mothers, and to start trying a little harder. It isn’t the thought that counts!
This TPRS skit was used in a Spanish II class with some super fun kids! Our biology department also lent us some awesome preserved specimens: a sheep brain, a snake, a piglet with a midsagittal cut to see the fun parts, and a pup (a baby shark). Watch the video and feel free to use our story.
So fun! Thanks for sharing. What supports did you write on the board for them?
Great question! I wrote categories like ‘things’ and ‘verbs’. The kids crated a list of words under each category before the story started to participate as the story happened. I also wrote other words they had never learned before: tienda, vendedora, le da, le dice, & tiene que. I’ll have to start taking pictures of the board from now on! 🙂