These interactive Preterite vs Imperfect Digital Task Cards for Google Slides are for anyone looking to reinforce students’ understanding of the preterite tense, the imperfect tense, and the differences between them in a fun, digital way! Students will be engaged and get a great review of preterite vs imperfect as they work their way through the 50 Google Slides™. Please see the thumbnails for a sample of the cards included.
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Students will be engaged in:
✔ completing drag and drop conjugation charts for preterite and imperfect verbs
✔ deciding if examples would be preterite or imperfect
✔ filling in the blanks of sentences with preterite and imperfect verbs
✔ finding the error in a sentence and correcting it
✔ multiple-choice questions
✔ answering open-ended questions using the preterite or the imperfect
Not using Google Classroom™ but would love to use these with your students? Click the links below to see how you can use these with other learning management systems.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What will I need to assign this resource to my students?
You will require:
❶ Access to the internet
❷ A Google Drive account
How do I collect student work?
Your students will simply complete their own copies of the lessons and turn them into your platform (ie. Google Classroom). A force copy link is included in the PDF in the Google Drive folder.
ANOTHER RESOURCE YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN:
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