The student has learned the topic of ser and estar well and is now ready to broaden their understanding and knowledge. In certain instances, choosing between ser and estar can fundamentally affect the meaning of the question or statement, despite either verb being grammatically correct.
The three common examples are ser and estar being used with:
Have students create a simple, two cell storyboard illustrating the differences in meaning based off ser vs estar for one or all of the above.
Advanced: Have students create storyboards based off less basic examples, such as connecting ser and estar to the adjective verde.
Grade Level 9-12
Difficulty Level 3 (Developing to Mastery)
Type of Assignment Individual
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