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Hi again, amigos. I've been taking a break from blogging for a bit because I've been dealing with some personal issues, but I'm ready to poke y head back in here, at least for today, and share some work.
Two of the classes I teach this semester (Spanish IV and AP Spanish) are fairly advanced for high school and I'm often discovering that there is a lack of good material available online to supplement my lessons. To that end, I create a lot of my own material and I thought I might share some with you here today.
This lesson is intended as a review to students who have already learned the conditional tense and the imperfect subjunctive. (Advanced, as I was saying.) I am fortunate to have such high achievers in my 5th, 6th, and 7th period classes so I put this little review and practice activities together for us to go over in classes as we go into the dreaded "Sequence of Tenses." It focuses on the use of imperfect subjunctive to express unreal situations and the conditional to discuss what one would do under those circumstances.
On the sheet there is a link to a really weird video - really weird, that gives and example of the two tenses used together. You might want to take a look at it before you share it with your classes - just to prepare yourself.
I hope the lesson is useful to you, amigos! Click on the image above or click here to download the activity.