Whole-school Spanish resources: adjectives and adverbs

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Como es tu casa o tu piso - What is your house/flat like?

Como es tu casa o tu piso - What is your house/flat like?

Two lessons on describing students' houses or flats. Aimed at Y8/9 Spanish students depending on ability and previous knowledge. Covers vocabulary on houses/flats, adjectives to describe houses, how to give information on the location of your house e.g. in the countryside and a recap of adjective agreement. Includes: - vocab match-up activity - translations testing knowledge of adjective agreement - writing activity on where you live - speaking activity - reading comprehension activity - GCSE style photo card activity - translation into English on Miley Cyrus - reading/matching activity on characters' ideal homes - correct the mistakes activity Listening activities refer to Viva 1 Spanish textbook.

By KatherineBibby

Comparativos y superlativos - Comparatives and superlatives

Comparativos y superlativos - Comparatives and superlatives

Lesson on comparatives and superlatives (based on physical description). Aimed at Y8/9 Spanish students depending on ability and previous experience. Covers physical description adjectives, what superlatives/comparatives are and how to form them in Spanish. Includes: - how to form comparatives/superlatives - translations activity - writing activity with opinions on celebrities

By KatherineBibby

Mira 1 Module 6 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Mira 1 Module 6 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 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

Groovy Grammar Games - Spanish

Groovy Grammar Games - Spanish

Struggling to drive home those grammar points? Worried about how to promote accuracy as well as fluency? Make life easier for yourself with this treasure trove of 100 games like Blockbusters, Snakes and Ladders, Bingo, Scrabble, and Dominoes to practise areas such as: articles, case endings, adjectival agreements, object pronouns, verb tenses and agreements, negatives, and word order. Contains: 100 pages of photocopiable board and card games blank masters to be adapted for all levels easy to follow teachers’ notes for 30 games Age: 10 – Adult Level: Beginners to Intermediate KS2/3/4 Language: Spanish 114 pages.

By linguascope

Spanish NEW GCSE IGCSE 7 grammar manipulation practice tasks

Spanish NEW GCSE IGCSE 7 grammar manipulation practice tasks

A series of grammar manipulation tasks for pupils studying GCSE or IGCSE to hone their knowledge on a particular grammatical item. The pupils are asked to make 10 words fit grammatically within a text on a specific GCSE theme. For example, a focus on adjectival agreement within the context of describing your home. These tasks are written in style for Question 8 of the NEW IGCSE specification (Edexcel) but will be useful for any pupils who need to practise their grammar within the context of the GCSE themes and context.

By RL6

Mira 1 Module 5 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Mira 1 Module 5 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 5 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

Spanish: Adjectives and Physical Descriptions

Spanish: Adjectives and Physical Descriptions

This whole lesson resource aims to explain in simple terms the concept of Adjectives in Spanish and provides the foundation for describing people. Included are explanation notes, vocabulary tables and a range of activities to help reinforce what was learnt. Enjoy teaching and learning Spanish in the classroom :)

By Zoe5078

Viva 1 - Module 1 Unit 2 - Qué tipo de persona eres

Viva 1 - Module 1 Unit 2 - Qué tipo de persona eres

This is a lesson I have created to do with Year 7. We are using Viva 1 (Módulo 1 - Unidad 2). These are the objectives of the lesson: *Talking about your personality *Adjectives in Spanish *Saying what your passions are and who your heroes are. This lesson includes: *A Power Point presentation (33 slides) *A vocab sheet introducing adjectives of personality. *A worksheet to do some practice with adjectives *A worksheet to practice a bit of reading *A computer activity to do in the computer room The worksheet have been desing to be printed in A5, but they could also be printed in A4 if needed. Hope it helps!

By Albichuelita

KS3 Spanish Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

KS3 Spanish Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

Lesson covers: works best as a cover lesson. It is easy for non-specialists to follow but supports and challenges KS3 students of Spanish well. Could also be adapted for use in lessons by specialists in order to introduce / revise adjectives / body parts. All activities are differentiated. Lesson involves: Differentiated objectives and starter activity (translations). Activity 1: Team work to look up adjectives and parts of the body so they can describe / create their monster in final activity. Words are displayed in Spanish and students use dictionaries to translate them. Challenge included on ppt. Next slide gives answers to students so they can write down whatever they were unable to find. Activity 2: Differentiated translation task using key vocabulary they have just looked up in teams. Key words provided as well as higher challenge. Next slide contains answers for peer / self-assessment. Main activity 3 'apply' task: students design their own monster. Again, this is differentiated by task with key works provided on ppt. Pyramid review to finish.

By Miriam81

Descriptions in Spanish of famous people and finding common errors

Descriptions in Spanish of famous people and finding common errors

This resource is aimed at year 7/8 classes class but can be used in year 9/10 to revise descriptions and recognise common errors. Activities: 1. The resource consists of a matching up exercise to revise hair and eyes descriptions 2. Additional vocabulary is introduced. 3. A listening activity to consolidate vocabulary 4. Worksheet - 5 descriptions of popular celebrities and students have to find the errors. Answers are provided. The teacher can differentiate this by telling students how many errors there are in each description. 5. writing task on celebrities

By Paninder

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Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet

Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet

Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet. This booklet (120 pages) provides a very comprehensive study of the main grammar points needed at A level. Each section includes an explanation of a grammar point and a variety of activities to consolidate knowledge and understanding. The booklet is divided into the following sections: 1. Nouns 1a. gender 1b. number 2. Articles 3. Adjectives 4. Comparatives and superlatives 5. “Por” and “para” 6. Contractions 7. Negatives 8. Questions 9. Personal a 10. Relative pronouns 11. Possessive adjectives and pronouns 12. Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns 13. Direct object pronouns 14. Indirect object pronouns 15. Direct and indirect object pronouns used together 16. Apocopation 17. “Ser” and “estar” 18. Conjugating verbs 19. Present tense 19 a. regular verbs 19 b. irregular verbs 19 c. stem-changing (or radical-changing) verbs 19 d. reflexive verbs 19 e. “gustar” 19 f. back to front verbs 20. Preterite tense 21. Imperfect tense 22. Preterite vs imperfect 23. Present perfect 24. Past perfect (or “pluperfect”) 25. Future simple 26. Conditional 27. Commands (the imperative) 28. Present progressive (or “present continuous”) 29. Present subjunctive 30. Passive voice (and how to avoid it) 31. Conditional clauses

By corcuera