Whole-school Spanish resources: illness and injury

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Spanish Speaking Prompts - Enfermedades y Salud

Spanish Speaking Prompts - Enfermedades y Salud

These speaking prompts are designed to move students from asking/answering basic questions in Spanish to responding to increasingly complicated prompts around the theme of Illness & Injury (Enfermedades). There are 4 categories of prompts that ask students to move between different levels of communication including the presentation of facts, opinions, feelings, and towards complete openness in social situations. Category A – Yes or No Questions, Either/Or Questions Category B – Additional Information Questions Category C – Expressing Opinions and Feelings Category D – Situational Speaking Prompts & Extended Response You may approach these prompts by moving students through them from Categories A-D in a sequential manner, or you may use them as an opportunity for easy differentiation between the various proficiency levels of Novice to Intermediate learners that may be present in your classroom. Although these prompts have been designed as speaking prompts, they can also be used as writing prompts for individual practice, homework, or assessment. Ideas for Usage: -Pair students for one on one practice. -Form small groups and have students interview a student. -Invite a guest speaker or native speaking student to your classroom and have students select questions to ask them during a Q&A session -Have students write additional prompts or variations of existing prompts on the blank cards provided -Pull 1 prompt from each category for a challenging oral proficiency assessment -Have students develop role plays based on the situational prompts This Product Includes -Guide for Educators -15 Category A Prompts -15 Category B Prompts -9 Category C Prompts -6 Category D Prompts -Blank Cards to allow for creation of additional questions if desired

By sombra1230

Me duele ('something' hurts)

Me duele ('something' hurts)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you recognise body parts and say what hurts, for different people, using 'me duele/duelen'. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.

By vettyjames

GCSE Spanish: At the Doctors

GCSE Spanish: At the Doctors

This is a full lesson that I did as an NQT observation. It includes various activities such as reading comprehension, translation, quiz quiz trade speaking task etc. It aims to provide pupils with the necessary vocabulary and confidence to perform a role-play in pairs to the rest of the class. This was in preparation for Year 9 speaking tests.

By wrightcv

KS3/4 Spanish - Listening & Reading Skills (Topic: Body & Health)

KS3/4 Spanish - Listening & Reading Skills (Topic: Body & Health)

N.B. This lesson can easily be used in preparation for listening and reading assessment as it helps students develop both their exam skills and their capacity to consciously listen to TL. - Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish, as the lesson includes plenty of scaffolding and step-by-step exploitation of audios. - Total of 2 files in the package: a PowerPoint for the lesson which includes all slides (hidden with white backgrounds) to print for students; specifically-designed MP3 file. - The content for the reading and listening files is based on 'Body and Health'. For support in teaching this topic, see other resources published by the same author. - Lesson provides a balance of reading and listening activities and skills development so as to not overwhelm students with the development of just one skill. - Activities and tips are based on the specifications for the new GCSE. - Includes "think, pair, share" activities to foster an environment of deep thinking and student voice. Students take an active role in "thinking about their learning" (meta-cognition) and acknowledging their strengths and areas for improvement. - Tasks include scaffolding to render activities as accessible as possible for students, as well as extension activities for more able students. - Reading skills activities explore reading for gist and inferring positivity/negativity/neutrality from a text. Encourages students to use tools at their disposal such as recognising cognates. - Transcript is provided for the listening activity (as well as the audio file). There is also a listening activity which involves providing students with a copy of the transcript which contains errors. Students have to listen to the audio and highlight/correct errors. This helps them to isolate different sounds and develop their ability to listen out for specific information in audio texts. - Listening skills activities are based on academic research into: (a) What students find most difficult about approaching an audio text (b) Going beyond simply inferring information from audio texts and encouraging students to isolate individual words and phrases (d) Encourages students to pay extra attention to letters and pronunciation (e) Shows students a range of exam tips and how to listen for gist (f) Shows students how to take advantage of all information and clues before they listen to the audio text - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy. - Animated and visually engaging slides. - Notes under slides to explain how teachers might like to deliver the lesson and also details the thinking behind each activity.

By tcnewman

La salud (Health and lifestyle)

La salud (Health and lifestyle)

A (big) set of resources covering all aspects of health and lifestyle: - food - healthy and unhealthy habits - giving advice - illness and going to the doctor - daily routine

By corcuera

Vida sana (healthy living - healthy and unhealthy habits, advice)

Vida sana (healthy living - healthy and unhealthy habits, advice)

These resources can be used to cover the topic of healthy and unhealthy lifestyle. (They follow my previous unit about food). The the first of the two Notebook presentations (22 slides) focus on healthy and unhealthy habits, in the past and in the present. It is followed by a secure presentation (26 slides) about giving advice and the consequences of not being healthy. The activities include revision of different tenses, negative sentences and expressions with the infinitive (hay que + infinitive). The two presentations are supported by a variety of worksheets that can be used together with the presentations or on their own. There are three photo cards (part of the new GCSE speaking test) and two short translations.

By corcuera