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7 Free Gustar Activities to guarantee fun in the class!

Activities that promote a clear path to mastery; practice builds confidence. 
This week,  I'd like to share a few activities surrounding the structure gustar that helped my students stay in the target language, engage with authentic resources and stimulate ongoing conversation in the class. I implemented the lesson referenced in this post with my Spanish I students, who truly were novice-low at the beginning of the year (I am used to having novice-mid first year).  Since my students were starting from scratch (pronouncing que as "qwue"),  I have had to retrofit my curriculum, to account for the needs of my present class. If you are like me, in need of some quick curriculum overalls, check out previous posts below, otherwise, enjoy the free Gustar activities! 
1. A new spin on teaching the date and other boring things in Spanish! 2. Refine your Spanish curriculum with these authentically engaging tasks: variety is the spice!
3. Authentic vocabulary- rich Videos and activiti…