Whole-school Spanish resources: prepositions and conjunctions

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Señor Connectivator (Connectives Mat)

Señor Connectivator (Connectives Mat)

Señor Connectivator (Connectives Mat) A Spanish connectives mat on PowerPoint designed to promote students' use of connectives in their speech and writing. Ideal for KS3 and KS4. It can be printed in A3/A4 and laminated as a classroom display resource or as a student handout. It contains the following categories of connectives: * Sequencing * Illustrating * Expressing Frequency * Concluding * Comparing Opposing * Adding * Expressing Time

By lovelyresources

Talking about routines

Talking about routines

- Las Horas (10 slides): How to tell the time in Spanish, Numbers: (hours and minutes). - Hablar de rutinas (10 slides): Daily routine. Reflexive and irregular verbs - Preposiciones de tiempo (5 slides): Prepositions to talk about time: De, Desde, Hasta, Por. Exercises.

By ntorresmfl

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

Mira 1 Module 4 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Mira 1 Module 4 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 4 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 Inductive Grammar Lesson - Por vs Para

Spanish Inductive Grammar Lesson - Por vs Para

This inductive grammar lesson leads students to discover the rules behind using the words POR and PARA in a variety of situations in Spanish. Students will follow a 4 step inductive process to make learning grammar more meaningful. Step 1: Students will see examples of correct usage and create rules based on what they observe. Step 2: Students will test those rules against additional examples of correct language usage. Step 3: Students will make adjustments and additions to their rules based on more observations. They will summarize what they have discovered by creating their own graphic organizer using the included template. Step 4: Students will apply the rules while producing their own language. These scaffolded activities promote higher order thinking skills and represent the method of grammar instruction that is recommended by national organizations like ACTFL.

By sombra1230

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