La Semana Santa en Guatemala: Un cuento para practicar el pretérito y el imperfecto

UPDATED OCTOBER 2021!

Hi all,

have updated these materials with a few minor edits to the story & an improved video narration featuring a native speaker’s voice & better sound quality.

Here are the updated materials! I would love to know if you use them in your classroom 🙂

 

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In keeping with my TPRS challenge for the semester, here is the short story I made for ch. 8 of the textbook Unidos. (Click here for ch. 7’s story!) This (very) short story is for practicing preterit vs. imperfect as well as vocabulary based on Semana Santa in Guatemala.

Here are links to the materials I made based on the story:

semana santa guatemala hoja

Hoja de actividades: “La Semana Santa” (PDF)

Clave de respuestas: “La Semana Santa” (PDF)

This handout on Live Worksheets (students can fill out, submit, and check answers online)

Powerpoint: “La Semana Santa en Guatemala

Here’s a video of me reading the story. I make these to give my students (and a small number of youtube subscribers!) the option to read along with me at home.

Also, it is important to note that this story does not provide in-depth details of Semana Santa en Guatemala. My students already watched videos about it, so this story and activity sheet serve to reinforce and practice key concepts. Here are some other video resources about Semana Santa in Guatemala.

 

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