High school Spanish resources: fundamentals

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DESCRIBING OBJECTS IN SPANISH (DESCRIPTION GAME)

DESCRIBING OBJECTS IN SPANISH (DESCRIPTION GAME)

This resource is ideal to practice the description of objects in a motivating and enjoyable way by using the right vocabulary and strategies to accomplish the task. This resource is 4 pages long and it includes instructions for teachers with two possible game versions. The game worksheets included here are: - A cut-and-paste foldable dice. - A gamboard with 36 objects for students to describe. - A vocabulary worksheet to use as introction, display or while playing. - A control-list for the game with questions. This resource is intended for pre-intermediate and intermediate students. Please, leave a comment after downloading! Thank you! Visit my TES shop, THE SPANISH WORKSHOP, for tons of great Spanish resources. Sales are awaiting you every week!

By VTarantino

Survival pack for Spanish Teachers (Trainee/PGCE/SCITT/NQT)

Survival pack for Spanish Teachers (Trainee/PGCE/SCITT/NQT)

This handy bundle includes: - an excellent, engaging first/introductory lesson for a Y7 or Y8 beginner Spanish class using the investigative approach. This is differentiated and works well with set and mixed ability classes - a list of target language expressions to use in the classroom (written by a native speaker) - Flashcards/display posters (27) to label classroom items or hang from the ceiling or even make smaller and put into pupil books - A guide to using Pinterest as an educator

By lovelylaurent

Spanish flashcards or display posters (27 pages)

Spanish flashcards or display posters (27 pages)

Spanish flashcards or display posters (27 pages) Verb phrases and nouns included to aid target language use. They can be used as teaching resources, display posters or to label equipment in your classroom. Very nice, clear, easy-to-read pages.

By lovelylaurent

Target Language Expressions for Spanish Teachers 2017-18 (Native Speaker Approved)

Target Language Expressions for Spanish Teachers 2017-18 (Native Speaker Approved)

A simple, handy colourful list of Spanish target language phrases for use in the classroom to promote both teacher and pupil target language use. I used it for a full year and it definitely gave me the edge in observations. OFTED are really big are effective, timely and purposeful target language use rather than pupils merely reading phrases off a sheet. If trained well from the beginning using these phrases, pupils could have a level of fluency in the context of classroom instructions from the very beginning of their Spanish course. Not a Spanish expert? Print out a copy and keep it on your desk! **You can also purchase this as part of a bundle for new Spanish teachers**

By lovelylaurent

Greetings

Greetings

This resource introduces and practises simple greetings in Spanish.

By ftbnemesis

Mira 1: Modules 1-6: Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Mira 1: Modules 1-6: Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in modules 1-6 of Mira 1. They can be used as starters, extensions, plenaries, homework and revision. They are also great for measuring progress when used as a starter and a plenary in the same lesson. They can also be colour-coded / traffic lighted to provide instant feedback as well as a focus for assessment revision. I always let pupils choose whether they want to write the answers in in English or the Target Language. Matching with lines never works! I have had great feedback from pupils when using them and hope you will too. Please let me know if you find typos / mistakes.

By deutschelehrerin

RAGged blank wordlist

RAGged blank wordlist

Great for revision of vocab. A pre-coloured wordlist for words the pupils don't know (red), words they're not sure of (yellow/amber) and words they definitely know (green).

By TheMFLTeacher

Quiz-Quiz-Trade template

Quiz-Quiz-Trade template

Template for the popular 'Quiz-Quiz-Trade' activity. Students each have a small piece of paper/card with a phrase in TL and its translation underneath. Students mill around the room, when they ‘bump’ into someone student A will say their phrase in TL and student B has to translate (quiz). The same happens with student B’s card (quiz). If both students translate each other’s card correctly they trade, hence the quiz-quiz-trade. To add an element of competition, ask the students to count the amount of times they exchanged and give a prize / raffle ticket / house point to the winner.

By TheMFLTeacher

Dice-rolling conversation - Pairwork template

Dice-rolling conversation - Pairwork template

Give the students a gap-fill text with 10 gaps in it (A to I). Of course, this can be more or fewer gaps – just remember to adjust the A to I in the table. In each gap in the text, write a letter (A to I). Along the corresponding row in the table, give 6 alternatives to go in that gap. Pupils then choose one by rolling a dice. When the student reaches the gap, they roll a dice and say/write the corresponding word.

By TheMFLTeacher