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Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
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Katy Perry's Roar in Spanish: Practice the Present, Preterite and Future Tenses

Katy Perry's Roar in Spanish: Practice the Present, Preterite and Future Tenses

Song: Roar in Spanish

Singer: Kevin, Karla and the Band (Spanish version). Katy Perry (Original)

Activity booklet includes:

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The student matches the English translation of each vocabulary word. The second activity is a word cloud that features vocabulary words from the song and students write about the ideas and concepts this set of words express.

Verb Tenses Worksheet: Students use the Song lyrics to identify infinitive verbs, as well as verbs in the present, preterite and future. An optional bonus box is provided for those who want to identify imperative verbs.

Crossword Puzzle: Students conjugate verbs from the song (present, preterite and future) in the first person To complete the crossword puzzle.

Jumbled lines: The chorus lines are cut into strips so the students then need to put them in order the correct order.






Song Summary Worksheet: Students write about the title of the song and the meaning in Spanish.

Katy Perry's Roar in Spanish: Practice the Present, Preterite and Future Tenses
Katy Perry's Roar in Spanish: Practice the Present, Preterite and Future Tenses

You will receive 3 files: 1. Song Activity Packet
2. Jumble Lines Printables 3. Word Cloud Image

Song: Roar en espanol

Performer: Kevin, Karla and Band (Spanish version). Katy Perry (Original)

The activity booklet includes:

• Letter of the song: "Roar" >

• Fill in the blanks for the song: Version # 1 for vocabulary and Version # 2 for verbs.

• Verb crossword: Students conjugate verbs (present, past, and future) in the first person singular to complete the crossword puzzle.

• Activity messy verses: Students must work with pieces To place them in the correct order. A separate file is included for this activity with your download.

• Discussion Questions: The teacher is provided with questions and answers so that he can direct the discussion of the song with the class. P> • Worksheet to summarize the song: Students will write about the title of the song and its meaning.

You will receive 3 files:
1. Package of activities of the song
2. Printables for messy verses
3. Image of the word cloud

EXAMINATION 2D SEMESTER ... SUAREZ KARLA - MORAN ELAINE
Its meaning would encompass any noticeable difficulty that a pupil will find to follow the pace of learning of his old peers. The concept of learning problems or delays is very extensive and, to the end of this deliberately extensive page.

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