Secondary Spanish resources: music and dance

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Spanish Independent Learning Ideas

Spanish Independent Learning Ideas

Let pupils know that Spanish is fun to learn if they choose activities that interest them, and that they will succeed if they're enjoying their language learning. 15 suggested activities for pupils to complete outside of class to boost their knowledge. Can be displayed on board or printed off for pupils to check off the activities they've completed.

By j_pooley58

GIANT Spanish Culturopoly Board Game

GIANT Spanish Culturopoly Board Game

The second of our GIANT Board Games, Culturopoly focuses on teaching students about the important people, products, and places of the countries of Mexico, Spain, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Panama, Costa Rica, Cuba, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Venezuela. This is a great whole-class game that transforms the floor of your classroom into a giant board game. With a style of game play similar to Monopoly, students travel around the game board collecting cultural facts about the various countries. Once they gather enough facts, if they land on a "maleta" space, they can answer some trivia questions about a particular country in order to earn a "boleto de ida y vuelta". The team with the most "boletos" at the end end of the game wins. The best part of this game is that it is easily adaptable to any age group and proficiency level. With three different difficulty levels (Easy, Medium, Hard), it is perfect for an exploratory or Latin American Studies class all the way through an upper level Spanish class. While the Easy mode allows for students with no knowledge of Spanish, the Medium mode starts to introduce target language terms for students with minimal Spanish language proficiency, and the Hard mode focuses on play completely in the target language. This is a great way to review for culture portions of midterm or final exams, or for any day that you just need something different. In the future, there will be expansion packs to add different Spanish-speaking countries to the game. Either way, any teacher will get a LOT of use out of this one game. This Resource Includes: -Complete Set-up and Game Play Instructions for each mode -Fifty 8 1/2 x 11 Game Spaces with pictures representative of cultural items -12 Boletos de Ida y Vuelta (one per country) -12 Easy Difficulty Country Challenge Cards w/ answer keys -12 Medium Difficulty Country Challenge Cards w/ answer keys -12 Hard Difficulty Country Challenge Cards w/ answer keys -36 Culture Fact Cards

By sombra1230

Spanish Song Gapfills

Spanish Song Gapfills

Spanish songs from recent charts which include gapfill activities for students - I use them with GCSE to reinforce key vocabulary in different contexts. They include Pereza, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Levia, El Canto Del Loco, Enrique Iglesias. Morat etc... This links well to the new cultural aspect of GCSE and lead to my students listening to more of these songs at home on Spotify etc. I Just load the song up on youtube and play it through twice and then explore the grammar in more depth! Enjoy!

By doddss04

Despacito (remix ft. Justin Bieber) worksheet

Despacito (remix ft. Justin Bieber) worksheet

Do your students sing this song and want to know what the lyrics mean? A worksheet with answers and further activity suggestions. Suitable for Y8 and above. The worksheet has activities to enable students to sing along and know the Spanish of what is currently the most widely heard source of Spanish for our students.

By dannyhewitt1970

Spanish Pop Songs 5

Spanish Pop Songs 5

A collection of Spanish pop songs to play with your class. Simply print off the sheets and play the tracks through YouTube. Later get the students to find out what the words mean or, better still, make it an additional quiz. With A Level students, remove the words from the sheet. Featuring songs by David Bisbal, Luis Fonsi, Efecto Mariposa, Estopa and Radio Futura.

By Osabetisuna

Spanish Pop Songs 4

Spanish Pop Songs 4

A collection of Spanish pop songs to play with your class. Simply print off the sheets and play the tracks through YouTube. Later get the students to find out what the words mean or, better still, make it an additional quiz. With A Level students, remove the words from the sheet. Includes songs by Amaral, Chenoa, Coti, Julieta Venegas and Shakira.

By Osabetisuna

MFL Posters - Language Icons

MFL Posters - Language Icons

These posters are designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.

By Lukaszlucky