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reading comprehension - the fairy tale is divided into approx. 10 parts, with follow-up comprehension questions. Modelling of imperfect tense.
Talking about the biography of a famous person. Practising the preterite and imperfect tenses.
Practising the imperfect to describe the past. Practising pronunciation of endings in the imperfect.
Practising the imperfect to describe the past. Reading numbers above 100. Practising expressions of time to contrast past and present.
Practising expressions of time to contrast past and present. Using connectors to contrast and compare. Using the imperfect to describe the past.
Talking about past events. Practising the preterite and the imperfect tenses. Telling a legend. Reflecting on and identifying cultural elements shared by legends.
Talking about memorable dates. Using the preterite and the imperfect to talk about one’s life. Expressing dates.
Practising talking about the past, Practising and consolidating the imperfect tense, Consolidating phrases of time and frequency
Practise contrast between perfect and imperfect tenses, Consolidate expressions of time and frequency
Cosa facevi…? Talking about what you were doing at a specific time
Comparing the past with the present, practising passé-composé and imperfect
Invent a descriptive narrative of a walk using the imperfect for description and the passé composé for narrative.
Information gap activity. Students describe their life 10 years ago using the imperfect tense. The activity could be adapted for use in the present tense.