A colorful and engaging Spanish Adjectives PowerPoint teaching the concept of basic characteristics in Spanish. It starts helping students understand the difference between masculine and feminine uses of adjectives, then singular and plural. Practices are thrown in throughout to help assess. There is also a paper/pencil practice at the end that can be used. This uses the inductive method of teaching which is where students must find the pattern and determine the rule of the concept, rather than the teacher telling them what it is. This helps students better retain the information and use it in context. The PowerPoint contains images that students can relate to. Contains 67 slides!
This PowerPoint uses the Inductive Method of teaching. This is where students are given several different examples of the Spanish Formal vs Informal using phrases and images. Students then determine what the differences are and create their own rules. This engages the student more in the presentation and helps them remember the material better since they are taking part in the learning themselves.
Watch a brief video of how this PowerPoint can be taught here. Note: going through the entire presentation with an actual class usually takes about 40 minutes depending on type of students, teacher, etc. It is recommended that you teach the masculine/feminine part on one day then when the students are ready to move on teach the singular/plural part another day.