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Free Activities to Accompany Superburguesas

comp qSomebody just bought a class set of my recently published TPRS novel, Superburguesas. I was so excited that I thought to myself: I should do something special to support that teacher! Whoever you are, I hope you are following my blog because I just created a free set of comprehension quizzes for each chapter which you can download by clicking on the links below.

They are short Cierto / Falso quizzes (easy to grade) with one small writing prompt. If you print them double-sided then you will get 6 quizzes per page. I, however, am not going to use them as a graded assessment. Instead I plan on projecting the quizzes against the board after having read the chapter and using them as a launching point to discuss the chapter, circling as necessary to make sure students understood. However you choose to use them, I am very grateful for your support. ūüôā

Click here to take a look at the Superburguesas homepage to see all of the free activities that I have posted to help teach my novel. I will be adding more this Autumn.

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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10

5 thoughts on “Free Activities to Accompany Superburguesas

  1. My grade 10 class is loving ‘Superburguesas’! They find it an easy enough read, but challenging too in that they learn new vocab with every chapter. Students say it is crazy and hilarious! Thanks for the work you put into the book and into the supporting resources!

    1. Thank you! I am currently working on an easy to read prequel which is a graphic novel, it will be available in December.

  2. Thank you…THANK YOU!!

  3. I just purchased a class set of Superhamburguesas. I can’t wait to work through this novel using your method as a guide! Wish me luck!!

    1. Yeah!!! ūüôā You might want to check in on them every chapter until you are sure that this is easy reading for them, and if they struggle then definitely plan on some whole class reading and/or activities to help them understand (I created all of those activities to give the teacher flexibility to teach it however best fits her/his class). Tell me if there is anything I can do to support you!

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