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Spanish Communicative Activity - Using IR and Comida

Spanish Communicative Activity - Using IR and Comida

Simple communicative activity where students go around and ask ¿Qué vas a comer para cena? ¿Dónde vas a comer? -- students then have a model that they use to respond, write their classmates answers down in the boxes, and they write their answers in the third person (VA a comer....) practicing IR + a + infinitivo/place and food vocab
stephaniehmetzger
Soy una Taza - Song and Cooking Vocab Spanish

Soy una Taza - Song and Cooking Vocab Spanish

No prep needed! In this worksheet there is a matching warmup, where students match the vocabulary from Soy una taza (the song --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AdJPY2Hf7U) Next, the students watch the video and fill in the lyrics to the song using the vocab from the warm up. Finally, I have students learn the dance and act out all the vocab. (my students are in middle school, even though the song is primary they love it!)
stephaniehmetzger
Spanish Question Word Poster/Handout

Spanish Question Word Poster/Handout

This Poster has fun images to help students remember what key question words mean, you can enlarge this at a staples/etc or give it to the students as a handout. Por qué - the letter Y/ Why? Dónde - a werewolf/ Where? Cuándo - a venn diagram/ When? (venn/when) Cómo - howling wolf/ How? Quién - an owl/ Who? Cuál - a witch/ Which? Qué - a light bulb/ What? (watt*)
stephaniehmetzger
Mi familia - Los Simpson (Spanish beginners)

Mi familia - Los Simpson (Spanish beginners)

Lenguage presentation about Mi familia for Spanish beginners. The presentation is based on Maggie Simpson introducing her family, including vocabulary for family members and questions/answers for personal information (names/age/place of living, number of siblings). Words: mi padre, mi madre, mi hermano, mi hermana, mi abuelo, mi abuela, gemelos, hijo/a único/a. Questioning: ¿Cómo te llamas? Me llamo ______ //¿Cuántos años tienes? Tengo # años. // ¿Dónde vives? Vivo en _____ // ¿Tienes hermanos? ¿Cómo se llaman? ¿Cuántos años tienen? Tengo # hermanos/as, se llaman ___________ y tienen # años. Etc.
albasoria1
Describing myself and my best friend

Describing myself and my best friend

This resource will help your students describe themselves and their best friend using a range of adjectives (ending in o, e and r) and qualifiers. There are 2 vocabulary sheets with vocabulary learning tasks and 5 worksheets which include tasks such as gap fill, structuring sentences, identifying errors, spelling from memory, translating, writing and speaking. A crossword puzzle with clues in Spanish will help improve your students' reading comprehension and spelling. I have included a speaking/listening task (with instructions) for your students to do in pairs.
wylamuk
Spanish Pet Bingo Game

Spanish Pet Bingo Game

Spanish Pet Bingo Game is suitable for KS1 or KS2. A fun way to embed pupil learning of pet vocabulary and develop listening skills. The download includes 10 pet caller cards and 5 sheets of pets, which can be cut into 30 pet boards, allowing up to 30 pupils to play the game. Phonetic pronunciation of the vocabulary is also provided, enabling teachers that are less familiar with the vocabulary to confidently play the game in Spanish. The caller cards also allow for differentiation, enabling more confident pupils to take the role of the bingo caller.
LanguageMagnet
Spanish Halloween lesson - Halloween en Español - ¿De qué te disfrazas?

Spanish Halloween lesson - Halloween en Español - ¿De qué te disfrazas?

A fantastically engaging and spooky Halloween lesson for both Primary and Key stage 3. This lesson compromises introducing Halloween costumes in Spanish and has the objective of being able to say what you are dressing up as for Halloween in Spanish by the end of the lesson. The objective is achieved through engaging games such as choral repetition, beat the teacher, "which is missing?". Once the vocabulary has been practiced with the pupils, it is time for them to get out of their seats and solve a mystery involving the characters to whom they have just been introduced! The mystery involves solving a number of clues by answering questions in Spanish based on familiar vocabulary. The pupils take the first letter of each answer and are left with an anagram of the culprit to the crime. The first pupil/pair/team to rearrange the anagram and find the culprit are the winners. Once the mystery is solved, the pupils learn how to ask and answer what they are dressing up as, for Halloween. They are also encouraged to challenge themselves by giving reasons for their chosen costume by learning a number of Halloween related adjectives. The pupils then consolidate this new vocabulary by undertaking a survey of other pupils in the room to find out their Halloween costumes. Note: The clues in the "Who stole the Queen's lunch" should be cut up and placed around the room for the pupils to read. Mix these up so that they don't reveal the answer too easily! Included in the survey slide and the "¿quién es el culpable?" slide are 2 embedded videos with Spanish Halloween songs to create a spooky atmosphere for when the pupils undertake the tasks. Also included in this lesson are Halloween Flashcards, these are to be used as the "suspects" when solving the mystery. It is useful to print these off and lay them out somewhere visible for the pupils when solving the anagram as they include the correct spellings.
crotte10
Halloween in Spanish  full lesson for beginners

Halloween in Spanish full lesson for beginners

Students love celebrations and it makes a nice break in our teaching. However we can celebrate and learn, can't we? This resource is aimed at teachers who want to celebrate Halloween with their students while incorporating some vocabulary, grammar and revisions. Here's what you will get: a powerpoint with 30 colourful and scary slides about Halloween and a 12-page booklet. It contains: - a self-target setting slide - an introduction to the vocabulary - games to drill the vocabulary (disappearing ones, - colouring activities (2) - masks to prepare for halloween (3) - a word search - a matching up activity about the body part - a battleship - a slide about opinions and reasons a booklet with 12 pages about Halloween to use with your students. It contains: - a word search - colouring activities to practise colours - a skeleton labelling activity to recap about body parts - a review about likes/dislikes and reasons - a battleship - a review of objectives I suggest you use it along with the powerpoint Spanish Halloween for more efficiency!
foxtrotters
Spanish mini flash cards on the topic of mi cuidad /viajar fun linking expressions  B&W

Spanish mini flash cards on the topic of mi cuidad /viajar fun linking expressions B&W

For leaners and teachers to revise and interact with essential structures and vocabulary GREAT FOR COLORING IN set of fun expressions en serio guay claro no pasa nada esta bien guay claro Make many copies for revision to play snap pelmanism act out the word the other guess put in order of preference Organise alphabetically Students try and guess the others cards- score points to win
odonalive3