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Coco pelicula Spanish film study end of year project

Coco pelicula Spanish film study end of year project

Two lessons before viewing the film Coco. Contains: recap on family members basic information and physical /personal descriptions making comparisons understanding the trailer in detail understanding the synopsis via translation practice One possible lesson post viewing to go through 3 songs in the film.
juliebarcelona
KS3/4 Spanish - 40 Common Verbs (Memory Tag Posters / Slides)

KS3/4 Spanish - 40 Common Verbs (Memory Tag Posters / Slides)

PowerPoint slides with memory tags (rhymes, visualisations and ways to remember) for 40 common verbs. All slides follow a format and contain images to support students’ word-association. Ideal for: Classroom displays Slides in lessons Slides could also be adapted into a guessing game in which students see the image/memory tag and need to guess the corresponding verb.
tcnewman
Spanish A level Translation Workbook

Spanish A level Translation Workbook

A workbook (with an answerbook included as a separate document) for A level students doing Spanish and needing translation practice. There are exercises on each theme from English to Spanish and from Spanish to English. The themes include: family structures, modern values, friendships, relationships youth trends, personality and identity educational and employment opportunities regional culture and identity in Spain and Spanish speaking countries media, art, film and music in the Spanish speaking world migration and integration cultural identity and marginalisation cultural enrichment and celebrating difference el franquismo post civil-war Spain, historical and political repercussions coming to terms with the past Suitable for any exam board
SophieNimmo
Spanish A level Revision Bundle

Spanish A level Revision Bundle

Includes: A revision booklet on the AS themes covered in the AQA new spec. A booklet on the A2 themes covered in the same spec. These booklets also include revision checklists. A booklet on revising for the AQA speaking exam. There are examples of speaking cards for every theme in this, with possible answers to the questions, questions to ask the examiner, an introduction to the speaking exam and a mark scheme explained.
SophieNimmo
AS level Spanish Revision Booklet

AS level Spanish Revision Booklet

For A level students having studied the AQA AS spec, this booklet covers all the topics with particular focus given to examples students can use in their speakings. Also covers key information in the textbooks, as well as coming with a revision checklist. Topics include: Los valores tradicionales y modernos El ciberespacio La igualdad de los sexos La influencia de los idolos La identidad regional en Espana El patrimonio cultural UPDATE: Has been re-published on 05/05/2018 with additional content. (See pages 9, 12, 13, 14, 21 and 22)
SophieNimmo
Spelling and vocabulary Review Game generator - Practise/Practice any words (Any language)

Spelling and vocabulary Review Game generator - Practise/Practice any words (Any language)

This is a spelling and vocabulary review game generator. it works with any words, so use it to review your weekly spelling lists in game form. A very straight forward tool. Simply type 20 words which you want students to review into a list, choose whether you want a snakes 'n ladders format or a more generic board game and print onto A4 or A3 paper. Words are placed randomly over the board. If you want to re-order the words, press F9 for a refresh and the games will regenerate. The games work as follows. Students roll a die, move a counter and spell or define the word they land on (variations would be simple, too - give a synonym/antonym etc). Playing small review games often is a much more effective system to get students to remember vocabulary than simply giving them a list of words. The game itself will work in any language. Try English, French, German, even Chinese. The kids will love it, too!
Tigerlearn
El alfabeto español - Resource Set

El alfabeto español - Resource Set

These activities are designed to practice the Spanish alphabet, spelling out words or writing down spelled words. This bundle contains the following: a poster of the Spanish alphabet a worksheet a Bingo game a card game a workbook to revise letters and vocabulary INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BINGO GAME There are 10 bingo boards and 2 letter boards. The game can be played by a maximum of 10 students. Laminate all the boards. Print the Bingo boards and the Bingo letters. Cut out the Bingo letters and keep them in a plastic bag. Give each student a bingo board. There are two versions of each board, one with the letters printed (easy) and one blank (difficult). Choose whichever suits your students. Take out a letter from the bag and say its name out loud. The first student who calls out Bingo gets the letter. The first student who fills in the Bingo board with all the letters wins. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARD GAME This is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has Game. Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. The ideal number of players is 8 (4 cards for each student), but it will also work with 2 to 16 players. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice reading and listening skills. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE WORK BOOKLET Print the document in Booklet format. Make 7 more photocopies of the page with the drawing box. Put all the pages together, fold and staple to make a booklet. You can also print it in A4 format, but you will be using a lot more paper. Give each student one booklet and ask them to write down: the capital letter the lowercase letter the name of the letter in Spanish Then, ask students to draw an object whose name in Spanish starts with that letter. Example: J j jota (and they draw a 'juguete") I use this booklet as an activity to fill the students’time when they have finished a task before the others. It can also be used as a revision activity at the end of the year.
didade
Argentina - Culture, Language, Accent (Spanish)

Argentina - Culture, Language, Accent (Spanish)

his is a full 60 minute lesson class about Argentina - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity where students are the Pope and Messi. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Argentina (Mothers of May, tango, food, sports) - and then gives students rules about how Argentinas typically speak (voseo, y–> SH, ll–>sh). Students then listen to people with Argentina accents in videos, and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of the Pope and Messi- and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Argentine accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic or fun drawings, using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger
Spain - Culture, Language, and Accent Lesson (Spanish)

Spain - Culture, Language, and Accent Lesson (Spanish)

This is a full 60 minute lesson class about Spain - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Spain (music, food, major cities, sports) - and then gives students four rules about how Spaniards typically speak (z–> th, G & J). Students then listen to famous singers and soccer players (Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias) and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias- and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Spaniard accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic or fun drawings like Mr.Wonderful, using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger
Dominican Republic Culture and Language Spanish

Dominican Republic Culture and Language Spanish

This is a full 60 minute lesson class about the Dominican Republic - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Dominican republic (music, food, capital, sports) - and then gives students four rules about how Dominicans typically speak (drop the s, don’t pronounce the d between vowels, shortening words, etc). Students then listen to famous singers/rappers (Cardi B and El Mayor Clasico) and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of Romeo Santos or El Mayor Clasico - and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Dominican accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger
El Alfabeto español-Spanish alphabet with samples

El Alfabeto español-Spanish alphabet with samples

This resource is aim for Beginners & students who have been studying Spanish for two or more years. It can also serve as an useful tool for Intermediate Spanish of the language in order to revise names in Spanish. It contains the alphabet and samples of Spanish people names for allowing practice and visualise the letters. Good to have it printed in A3 format and displayed in the classroom to allow students visually access to the alphabet. It is a practical tool for students to refer to it and study the sounds.
Aszhen
Animal ABC for Spanish class (children, primary)

Animal ABC for Spanish class (children, primary)

This resource is 35 pages long and includes several activities and games to learn the letters of the alphabet with animals in a fun way. It is intended for primary students of Spanish aged 6-8. It can also be used for support, extension or homeschooling when learning the alphabet and vocabulary about animals. The pack includes: 2 animal alphabet templates for display 2 matching activities 2 activities to put the animals in alphabetical order a 54 cards memory game ready to laminate and cut out Please, leave a comment after downloading! Thank you! Visit my TES shop, SPANISH MIX & MATCH, for tons of great Spanish resources. Sales are awaiting you every week!
VTarantino
K-5 Differentiated Weekly Dictado / Dictation Forms Spanish and English

K-5 Differentiated Weekly Dictado / Dictation Forms Spanish and English

These are templates to use for a weekly dictado / dictation for bilingual classrooms that follow dual language / dual immersion formats. This closely follows the Biliteracy Squared format from Kathy Escamilla. Students do the dictado 3-5 times in the week. These planners are great for planning your dictados / dictations for English and Spanish. The templates are provided in English and Spanish on different sheets. I created this this year for my 1st grade dual language / dual immersion students and it was such a great success that I passed it along for my other Kinder, 1st grade, and 2nd grade colleagues to use. Their kids love it and their writing in both English and Spanish has been improving greatly! Copyright © Josh Rageth. All rights reserved by author. This file is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be displayed or distributed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use only.
rageth
Dictado / Dictation Planner Templates - Bilingual

Dictado / Dictation Planner Templates - Bilingual

These are templates to use for a weekly dictado / dictation for bilingual classrooms that follow dual language / dual immersion formats. This closely follows the Biliteracy Squared format from Kathy Escamilla. Students do the dictado 3-5 times in the week. Space is provided above each line for students to write their corrections during the teacher talk-through. Day 1: Teacher reads the dictado and students write what they hear. Teacher then talks through correct writing of the dictado as students write corrections above the lines. Day 2 (optional): Students take turns giving the dictado to their partners. Day 3: Repeat Day 1 Day 4 (optional): Repeat Days 2 Day 5: Teacher gives dictado and collects final dictados to grade. The templates are provided in English and Spanish on different sheets. There are some pages with less lines for the lower grades and others with more lines for the upper grades. I created this this year for my 1st grade dual language / dual immersion students and it was such a great success that I passed it along for my other Kinder, 1st grade, and 2nd grade colleagues to use. This has really helped us in our intentionality in planning our dictados in both English and Spanish! Copyright © Josh Rageth. All rights reserved by author. This file is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be displayed or distributed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use only.
rageth
El alfabeto español - ¿Quién tiene? - Card Game

El alfabeto español - ¿Quién tiene? - Card Game

This is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has-Game designed to practice identifying and naming the letters of the alphabet in Spanish. Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. The ideal number of players is 8 (4 cards for each student), but it will also work with 2 to 16 players. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice reading and listening skills.
didade
Spanish Picture Dictionary Pages 1-8

Spanish Picture Dictionary Pages 1-8

Print pages 1-8 of 'My Spanish Picture Dictionary' so your Spanish learners can start putting together their own Spanish Picture Dictionary. Page 1 is a cover page for your students to color. Page 2: Table of Contents. Page 3: Vegetables - Las Verduras - This page includes 9 vegetables in Spanish with pictures to color. Page 4: Word Review page where your students can write the definition/translation in their own word/s. Page 5: Nature - 9 nature words in Spanish with pictures to color. Page 6: Word Review Page (Nature) Page 7: Fruit - 9 fruits in Spanish with pictures to color. Page 8: Word Review Page (Nature). To download and print the entire book, please visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/printable-spanish-picture-dictionary-11829384 Thank you!
tspeelman
Los básicos - Basics Mega Bundle

Los básicos - Basics Mega Bundle

This bundle includes: - Numbers 0-31 - Card Game - Basic Shapes and Colours - Card Game - The Letters of The Alphabet - Card Game - The Letters of the Alphabet - Bingo Game - The Letters of The Alphabet - Worksheet - The Letters of The Alphabet - Poster The games and worksheets are designed to practice the basics in Spanish: the numbers from 0 to 31, the shapes & colors and the alphabet. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARD GAME: This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print more copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme (for example, En la casa de Pinocho, solo cuentan hasta ocho, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that’s asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BINGO GAME There are 10 bingo boards and 2 letter boards. The game can be played by a maximum of 10 students. Laminate all the boards. Print the Bingo boards and the Bingo letters. Cut out the Bingo letters and keep them in a plastic bag. Give each student a bingo board. There are two versions of each board, one with the letters printed (easy) and one blank (difficult). Choose whichever suits your students. Take out a letter from the bag and say its name out loud. The first student who calls out Bingo gets the letter. The first student who fills in the Bingo board with all the letters wins.
didade
KS2 Primary Languages Assessment Criteria

KS2 Primary Languages Assessment Criteria

A set of staged assessment criteria for each aspect of the KS2 Programme of study, providing comprehensive support to both specialist and non-specialist teachers of primary languages in measuring progression. The criteria are linked to the Languages Ladder and the KS2 Framework for Languages, and include further statements to meet the additional requirements of the National Curriculum. These Assessment Criteria are already in use in classrooms across the country and also form part of the Linguamarque Accreditation Scheme. For more Primary Language materials, including free resources, visit .
LanguagesinPrimaries