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Describing People in Spanish

Description: 

This plan is meant for use in a middle or high school blended Spanish classroom. It combines both classroom and online learning in a way that will guide students through the process of being able to use complete sentences to describe people in Spanish. It begins with the learning of adjectives, then the verb ser (to be), then making adjectives agree within the context of a complete Spanish sentence.

Learning Targets: 
Students will be able to describe people using a list of adjectives.
Students will be able to conjugate the verb ser.
Students will be able to create sentences in which adjectives agree with the noun they are describing.
Author: 
CassieHillHB
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Creative Commons Licence
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