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Casa y Muebles Juego de siete Familias

Casa y Muebles Juego de siete Familias

House and Furniture in Spanish. Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 2-6 students. The object of the game is to collect a full family - 6 cards. The player with the most families at the end is the winner. Deal 6 cards per person. Remaining cards are placed in a draw pile. Player 1 asks a player of his/her choice for a card belonging to a specific family. In order to make the request, the player must already have at least 1 card belonging to that family. “En la familia (sala), busco (specific card).” If that player has the card, he/she hands it over. Player 1 continues asking for cards until he/she does not get what is requested, at which time he/she draws a card from the pile. Player 2 then takes his/her turn.
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New Spanish GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90-word questions

New Spanish GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90-word questions

A collection of twenty-four 90-word questions covering the whole of the new Spanish GCSE course. Each of the three booklets (one per theme) contains eight questions, with four bullet points each, encouraging the students to refer to present, past and future events, as well as to include opinions.
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New Spanish GCSE - Theme 2 (Local... areas of interest). Writing exam: 90-word questions

New Spanish GCSE - Theme 2 (Local... areas of interest). Writing exam: 90-word questions

This booklet contains eight questions that follow the format of the 90-word questions in the new Spanish GCSE writing exam. They cover all aspects of Theme 2 (Local, national, international and global areas of interest), and they can be used in lessons, but also as an easy way to set useful homework activities for the students. All questions include four bullet points that the students are prompted to cover, and they explicitly require them to include references to three time frames and opinions (as per the AQA mark scheme). When possible, one of the bullet points starts with 'qué hiciste', a question which appears in many of the AQA samples and that some students often fail to understand. A similar booklet including questions for themes 1, 2 and 3 can be found in this link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-writing-exam-practice-90-word-questions-11820179
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Prepositions in the house (Toy Story) Spanish

Prepositions in the house (Toy Story) Spanish

Powerpoint using Toy Story characters to introduce prepositions (where the toys are in Andys bedroom). There is a worksheet with the pictures from PPT for them to fill in, the 'Battleships' style game which we did for a whole lesson to practice prepositions and then a 'drawing' translation which could either be put into words/pictures depending on ability.
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Habitaciones (Pokemon) in Spanish

Habitaciones (Pokemon) in Spanish

A powerpoint (accompanying Mira 1) used for lower ability year 7's. Introducing rooms in the house and upstairs/downstairs/outside. Match up activity, poster search (pictures to cut up are on a word doc, as are the pieces of paper they fill in with the clues), some translations and a comprehension task (bronze, silver, gold) on Ash's house.
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Casa (House in Spanish) Find it Worksheet

Casa (House in Spanish) Find it Worksheet

Worksheet has a 6 by 6 grid with pictures of rooms and furniture. There are 16 house vocabulary words written out in words and students identify which square it is in. Includes second version in black and white.
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Casa (House in Spanish) Friendship circle

Casa (House in Spanish) Friendship circle

Top half of sheet has Venn diagram. Bottom half has statements about the house. Students work with a partner, reading the statements, and recording each one under yo, nosotros or mi socio. To extend the lesson, students can then interview other classmates until they find someone who has each statement.
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Spanish where I live _ my area _ mi barrio _ core vocabulary, speaking mat and scaffold

Spanish where I live _ my area _ mi barrio _ core vocabulary, speaking mat and scaffold

A resource to use to get pupils to start talking about their town. Their is an exercise to distinguish between es/ está/ hay and some key vocab. There is a speaking mat which will allow pupils to start describing where they live immediately and then also some extension vocabulary which the pupils must decide are positive or negative expressions. The final activity requires pupils to input a grammatically correct word into a blank from free choice. This will then provide a model for their own work.
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