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Spanish A Level - Paper 3 (speaking): discussion cards. Theme 1 - Free sample

Spanish A Level - Paper 3 (speaking): discussion cards. Theme 1 - Free sample

This is a free sample of the kind of cards that you can find on this link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-a-level-paper-3-speaking-conversation-cards-theme-1-aspects-of-hispanic-society-11789905 The full resource is a booklet to help prepare Spanish A Level students for Paper 3 (speaking test). The booklet focuses on the Theme Aspects of Hispanic society, and it contains 18 discussion cards covering Modern and traditional values (6 cards), Cyberspace (6 cards) and Equal rights (6 cards). Each section is followed by a list of between 27 and 30 questions to encourage the students to further explore the issues covered in the cards. The booklet also includes a student-friendly overview of the new specification, an explanation of the requirements of Paper 3, the assessment objectives and the mark scheme for both part one (discussion if a sub-theme) and part two (presentation and discussion of the individual research project) of the paper. Finally, the booklet also contain three pages of useful language for the test. The titles for the cards are as follows: - La familia en la España de hoy - Los hogares monoparentales, los que más crecen en España. - Aumentan un 4,8% las separaciones y divorcios en España en el primer trimestre de 2017 - El número de matrimonios religiosos en España alcanzó mínimos históricos en 2016. - Los españoles: católicos, no practicantes. - Sólo el 5% de las páginas web están escritas en español. - La piratería descendió en España en 2016 por primera vez en diez años. - El 94% de los niños españoles de 14 años tienen su propio teléfono móvil - El 51% de los hombres españoles y el 49% de las mujeres usan apps de forma regular. - El 10% de los mensajes escritos por los adolescentes es las redes es considerado ‘ciberacoso’ - Facebook continúa siendo la red social más usada en España - Las mujeres trabajan ‘gratis’ es España desde el ocho de noviembre por la brecha salarial. - Ana Patricia Botín, la décima mujer más poderosa del mundo en 2016 - Los colegios concertados permiten que la Iglesia Católica mantenga su influencia en la educación. - Los adolescentes españoles repiten actitudes machistas del pasado. - Cuarenta y cuatro mujeres asesinadas a manos de sus parejas o exparejas entre el uno enero y el diez de noviembre de 2017. - España, Holanda, Dinamarca y Finlandia, los países del mundo más tolerantes con la homosexualidad. - Se dispara el número de denuncias por agresiones homofóbicas en Madrid.
corcuera
Spanish - Family, SER, and adjectives Stations

Spanish - Family, SER, and adjectives Stations

Includes 2 separate stations - or rotating activities Vocab focus: Family/Adjectives Grammar focus: Ser/Present Tense Reading/Listening: Students are given a dialogue between Prince Royce and Romeo Santos, they each have blanks in the dialogue where they need to write in what they hear the other student say. Then they work together to answer comprehension questions about the dialogue. Writing/Speaking: Students are given an example dialogue, then create one based off of it to record. Students are giving explicit instructions which can be printed for each station.
stephaniehmetzger
Spanish Mini Bundle

Spanish Mini Bundle

Have yourself a Spanish Day! Gather your children around the interactive whiteboard for some interactive games that will teach them the Spanish names for animals, hobbies, food, numbers, days of the week and months of the year. A variety of interactive whiteboard resources and Computing resources aimed at learning the basics in Spanish.
martinjgoulden
Family Vocabulary + SER and Adjectives Spanish

Family Vocabulary + SER and Adjectives Spanish

Have students read Manny's story about his family (from Modern Family). Using context clues students will work in groups to discover what the family vocabulary in English - means in Spanish. Great constructivist activity that is student centered - allowing them to find the meaning. -Introduces 16 vocabulary words for family. (intro to new vocab) -Extends to have students describe members of the family using SER/ADJ (practice using vocab in short sentences) -Free writing activity where students write about their family/a famous family. (applying new vocab and prior knowledge of adj/ser to write a paragraph describing multiple members of the family)
stephaniehmetzger
Spanish IGCSE Speaking exam. Planning sheet

Spanish IGCSE Speaking exam. Planning sheet

This handout aims to support Spanish IGCSE students organising Part 2 and 3 of the speaking examination by defining which areas they would like to cover in the General conversation and which in their Topic presentation. It helps them get a better understanding of the exam. Very uselful for those teachers conducting the oral exam, too.
melody05
New Spanish GCSE - Theme 1 (Identity and culture). Writing exam practice: 90-word questions

New Spanish GCSE - Theme 1 (Identity and culture). Writing exam practice: 90-word questions

Please note that the previews of word files are not displaying the file the way if actually looks. A booklet with eight 90 word questions to revise the theme of Identity and culture of the new Spanish GCSE exam. There are two questions for each of the topics in Theme one (Me, my family and friends, Technology in everyday life, Free-time activities and Customs and festivals in Spanish-speaking countries). Each of the questions contains four bullet points that the students are expected to cover; one of the bullet points refers to the past and, when possible, it starts with "qué hiciste", as many of the AQA sample questions do; another bullet point requires the students to use either the future or the conditional, and another one prompts them to say their opinion. Finally, the booklet also contains a copy of the mark scheme for the 90 word question, which is the same at foundation and at higher level.
corcuera
GCSE (9-1) Spanish Speaking - Conversation Part

GCSE (9-1) Spanish Speaking - Conversation Part

PACK contains a word document/booklet with a list of questions covering all 5 themes + an Excel book with 2 spreadsheets: one with a random (question) number picker (to use with the list of questions) for students to answer and another spreadsheet with random questions appearing. Perfect starter task for your GCSE classes to practice spontaneity and fluency in preparation for their speaking exam.
Estefania_moreno
Viva GCSE - Module 6 - El festival de musica - Lesson 3

Viva GCSE - Module 6 - El festival de musica - Lesson 3

This lesson allows students to select from differentiated reading activities relating to a description of a music festival experience. Students will then explore useful infinitive expressions and complete differentiated translations. Finally, using all of their resources from lessons, students will complete a written paragraph using suggested prompts which can then be improved through self/peer assessment.
hi1973
AR verbs

AR verbs

A fun way to introduce verbs! A worksheet for pupils who have just learned their -ar verb endings in Spanish. Begins with examples of a 'verb flower' and a 'verb octopus'. Pupils then have to complete their own, draw their own and create their own memory aid for -ar verbs. They can finish by colouring them in.
msr2015
AQA A-Levels Paper 1 and 3

AQA A-Levels Paper 1 and 3

Paper 1 - Listening, Reading, Writing Paper 3 - Speaking Specimen 1 and 2 All the questions clearly presented. Includes audio recordings + transcripts Answers + Exam advice: based on Mark Scheme Assessment Objectives explained. Use it for exam review or feedback lessons. Embed exam questions on your topic lesson.
ntorresmfl