These short readings are a great way for your students to get lots of input!
This resource includes 20 short readings about people going about their day in a city written in comprehensible language. The readings include vocabulary supports at the bottom of the page to help your students be successful. The readings are a description of each person’s plans for the day and where things are located in their city!
This resource includes a scavenger hunt activity for students to complete. Hang the readings around the room and let them walk and read, practicing their comprehension skills!
It also includes a mapping activity for students to create their own city, as well as a chart to record information about each others’ cities. Lots of great ways to practice!
Each reading includes:
❁ What they are going to do
❁ Where they are going to go
❁ Location of the buildings in the city, using prepositions of location
++Vocabulary support in the form of footnotes
The readings are ALL written in PRESENT TENSE.
- El aeropuerto
- El apartamento
- El banco
- La biblioteca
- La casa
- El café
- El cine
- El correo
- La escuela
- La estación de autobuses
- La estación de policÍa
- La estación de tren
- La florería
- El gimnasio
- La heladería
- El hospital
- La panadería
- El parque
- El restaurante
- El supermercado
- La tienda de ropa
DESCRIPTIONS OF LOCATION:
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*The vosotros form is not included.
- 20 short readings
- Scavenger hunt – find who is going where
- Answer key for the scavenger hunt
- Mapping activity – students read the clues and fill in the city
- Scaffolded version of the mapping activity – separate clues instead of students looking at the short readings
- Answer key for the mapping activity
- Create a city drawing activity
- Writing activity to go with students’ completed cities
- Cover page & end page to turn into a mini-book
- ALL pages included with a digital Google Slides Option (50+ Slides)
- Additional reading comprehension activity for each of the readings using Google Slides OR Boom Cards – each of the 20 readings has 3 comprehension questions – also available separately here
- Teacher’s notes for use
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