SPANISH SPEAKING PRACTICE SPANISH CONVERSATION These Spanish conversation cards are perfect for developing speaking skills - there are 100 question and answer cards and a reference book focusing on beginning conversation. They’re also great for multi-skill language learning - they give students structured talk opportunities and will also get them listening, reading and writing. They’re ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. The cards feature language and structures that my students generally meet in the beginning and more intermediate stages of their Spanish learning, including a range of tenses.

The reference book includes all the questions and answers written out in Spanish. It’s an essential learning support resources for my students, who use it as a general writing frame to guide and inform their own creative writing. It’s handy for whole-group pronunciation and reading-out loud practice. We use the notes and next steps template to reflect on learning, what we might reasonably do to progress learning, and to inform and support whole-group discussion about learning in general.

The question and answer writing card templates give students a great opportunity to apply Spanish very practically, as they create both questions and answers for each other. This is a great team activity too, and really popular with my students. The cards are really versatile, and there are also lots of other games and activities students can play - I’ve described how to play several you can start with that have been really successful with my learners.

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Created: May 22, 2017

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