Unit 13: The Pronouns after Prepositions with the comic strip “Courtesy is helpful!”
Unit 13: Los pronombres de preposición with the comic strip “La cortesía ayuda / Courtesy is helpful!”
- To remember the vocabulary related to courteous expressions and prepositions
- To describe the vignettes and to decide on other logical sequences of this story.
- To formulate the structures and uses of the pronouns after prepositions.
- To create invitations to various events and to various people and to accept and reject them.
PACE activity: Identification of Pronouns after Prepositions
Read this comic strip and identify vocabulary that might be difficult to understand.
La/ el activista
El folleto = el panfleto = el volante =
La persona que distribuye panfletos =
Do you understand the situation? What happens first? Second? How does the person handing leaflets feels? What about the passersby?
B. Attention to the Form:
Can you find the prepositions? What are the Prepositions in Spanish? (at, to, of, with, from, against, for)
C. Co-Construction: Which pronouns do you see after the prepositions? Can you fill out this table?
D. Extension: Invitations to a meeting.
Let’s invite people to a meeting. With a classmate, can you decide what the meeting is about? At what time? Where? When?
Next, let’s hand out invitations:
I invite you (formal, informal, one person, a group)
I invite her.
I invite him.
I invite them.
What about your professor? What about your parents? What about your grandparents? What about your best friend?
How do you accept to an invitation?
How do you decline an invitation?
Role play several answers.