Practice the present indicative tense by presenting films in Spanish

This activity is for beginners to practice the present indicative tense through the presentation of films in Spanish.

This exercise focusing on Spanish films and the present indicative tense is for groups.

Each group has a brief summary of a few films which they must complete with verbs in the present indicative tense as well as some posters of films that correspond to those of the other team, and viceversa

In the second oral activity, once both groups have presented their respective films using the present indicative tense, they will decide which of the films they would like to watch and why.

Finally, in the third activity, completed individually, each student will think of their favourite film, then present the plot to the rest of the class without saying the film´s name, which the rest of the class will try to guess

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activity present indicative