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KS4 Spanish Typical Day in Spain GSCE new AQA course

KS4 Spanish Typical Day in Spain GSCE new AQA course

Lesson covers: Basics of a typical day in Spain. I created this lesson in place of lesson on Cambian las costumbres in AQA book as I felt that it is more useful for students if they revise and have practice talking about a typical day in Spain using the present tense rather than the preterite, as is the case in the book. So, if a photo / roleplay should come up related to life in Spain, it will be easier for students to use what they have learnt in this lesson. By the end of this lesson, I want my students to be able to talk about the basics of a typical day in Spain (time Spanish get up, when and a little about what they eat, shops closing at lunch, the siesta etc.) in Spain. It is also good, but not essential, if you have already covered comparisons with your students. Lesson includes: Starter based on Tener and Tener que + infinitives. Activity One: Students write what they know about Spain in Spanish using pictures and key words on slide as prompts. Activity Two: Reading (differentiated resources included with key words / questions in Spanish) about life in Spain. Activity Three: Students add / improve what they wrote about a day in Spain using what they now have learnt from readings. Activity Four: Review of comparisons and superlatives as well as practice translating these into English and Spanish. Final Activity: Speaking practice based on AQA photo style exam. Preparatory slide with some key words students need to describe photo. Then slide with photo and questions as well as option for peer assessment. Review.

By Miriam81

Year 7/8 Spanish - Pool of resources on daily routine

Year 7/8 Spanish - Pool of resources on daily routine

A sentence builder to introduce the new vocabulary, narrow reading tasks and a consolidation sheet to administer after the sentence builder prior to engaging in receptive and the communicative activities. The same vocabulary is recycled on www.language-gym.com my free website

By gianfrancoconti1966

Talking about routines

Talking about routines

- Las Horas (10 slides): How to tell the time in Spanish, Numbers: (hours and minutes). - Hablar de rutinas (10 slides): Daily routine. Reflexive and irregular verbs - Preposiciones de tiempo (5 slides): Prepositions to talk about time: De, Desde, Hasta, Por. Exercises.

By ntorresmfl

Las Horas

Las Horas

How to tell the time in Spanish. Numbers: hours and minutes. 10 slides

By ntorresmfl

Y7 Mi insti ! Booklet

Y7 Mi insti ! Booklet

Hello all, This is a booklet created by me keeping all the necessary information for this topic inside. Mi insti! Y7 1+Vocabulary by units (What do I study, why do I like my subjects, school facilities, what do I eat during break time) 2+ 5 Homework tasks 3+ Treasure chest Mr Garcia :)

By jogarcia3789

Spanish Interpreting Task with 3 scripts

Spanish Interpreting Task with 3 scripts

This is aimed at students in their second year of Spanish and we use it following Mira 2 Unidad La Gente. We also use it as a listening assessment but it can be used as a basic interpreting activity. Students find it a practical idea and enjoy completing it as it ties in with preset ideas on how they would likely use the language in the future! Also it is a rigorous test of how precisely students know the language. It comes complete with instructions for use and peer assessment sheets as it would be too time consuming for an individual teacher to assess and listen to in large classes.

By juliablock

Son las siete de la mañana (It is 7 o'clock in the morning)

Son las siete de la mañana (It is 7 o'clock in the morning)

This worksheets practises telling the time, and introduces how to say 'in the early hours / morning / afternoon / evening'. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.

By vettyjames