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Jugando Justo - a Fair Trade Story

Jugando Justo - a Fair Trade Story

Mira 3 support for Comercio Justo. Aimed at year 9 and IGCSE. Can also be used for Ab initio Spanish. This is taken from a Fair trade site and adapted into simplified Spanish. It is the story of how Fair Trade transformed a town in Pakistan that makes 70% of the world's footballs.
juliablock
Claim the parcel translation game Nuestra Planeta New GCSE Viva AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Nuestra Planeta New GCSE Viva AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Activity for revising different verb tenses and topics from new GCSE AQA books. You have a table with different verbs tenses/sentences and project it on your interactive whiteboard/wall. In groups of 2 (max 3) they write the answer in Spanish to one of the parcels/boxes on their mini white boards, come to you at the front of the class (you check) and if they have the answer correct they can claim the parcel/box. You write their names/team name on a post it notes and stick it over the parcel/box on the interactive whiteboard. Then, no one can do this parcel/box anymore. The winner is the group to have most parcels/boxes claimed at the end. Works well as end of module revision or translation practice. Don't forget to feedback!
kbreizh
GCSE Spanish: Homelessness and Poverty

GCSE Spanish: Homelessness and Poverty

This powerpoint and supporting worksheets cover the new GCSE topic of homelessness. The activities include reading, listening and writing skills and the opportunity to have a discussion on the topic. There is also a translation activity which fits with the new GCSE specification. There is enough content here for two lessons, with a potential spoken discussion activity the lesson after.
wrightcv
15-m: Protesta social de jóvenes en España

15-m: Protesta social de jóvenes en España

To complement the Year 13 Spanish 'Jóvenes de hoy, ciudadanos de mañana' module: 1-2 lessons' worth of exploration of the 15-m social protests of 2011 in Spain, focussing on the activism of the young. Featuring: A starter activity asking students to analyze real placards brandished by young protesters. An extended video worksheet, with answers, to go with interviews of two young protesters: transcript with listening gapfill; answer questions in Spanish; find the Spanish for...; find subjunctive in transcript; translate a paragraph of the transcript into English.
mkreile
Theme 1. Being a young person in Spanish-speaking society -Educational & Employment opportunities

Theme 1. Being a young person in Spanish-speaking society -Educational & Employment opportunities

A "must have" teaching resource dedicated to the new WJEC AS level syllabus specification beginning September '17 This PowerPoint (33 slides) covers the topic EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES from Theme 1 ''Being a young person in Spanish-speaking society'' within the new specifications and is brim-full of relevant links/materials. There is also a very detailed 44 pages booklet with various relevant articles from Spanish newspapers and reading exercises following the new spec . There are also two video links (Jóvenes viviendo en el extranjero y Pisos patada) with activities and vocabulary lists. Also the online you will find here the WJEC online resources. Answers have been provided. This power point and booklet have been produced by an experienced A Level oral examiner and Spanish national and enhanced with input from other Spanish national academics and professionals. Feedback much appreciated
Valle
Los movimientos populares: Notas de revisión (new A Level)

Los movimientos populares: Notas de revisión (new A Level)

Revision notes on this "bodrio" of a theme! I have tried to simplify as much as possible a subject that I believe is not too appealing for the majority of students. You can use the revision notes in a variety of ways: students make flash cards with them, to introduce a subtopic, to revise vocab in context, for ideas for the IRP, etc. A set of stimulus cards and general questions complements these notes, but both usable as individual resources. Feedback on this resource always welcome. And thanks for those who are showing continuous support for my work. Enjoy, Blanca
Blanca1
Escuchar video "No nos vamos, nos echan" (Jóvenes de hoy- New A Level)

Escuchar video "No nos vamos, nos echan" (Jóvenes de hoy- New A Level)

This is a listening/reading activity where students watch a cutting-edge insightful video on young people who have left Spain due to unemployment. Students work on to the transcript to answer questions INTERPRETING what they have seen/heard. It helps students to gain cultural depth, as well as develop their analytical skills. I used it as an introduction to the topic, and students worked in pairs. There is also a website with the same title which I found really interesting. Good for extension reading after the exercise. Enjoy! Blanca
Blanca1