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Que haces en la ciudad - What do you do in the city? - Free time - Present tense - Past tense

Que haces en la ciudad - What do you do in the city? - Free time - Present tense - Past tense

Two lessons on describing what students do in the town and what they did yesterday. Aimed at Y8/9 Spanish students depending on ability and previous knowledge. Covers time, free time phrases in the present tense, using the third person in the present tense, simple phrases in the past tense and opinions. Includes: - recap of time (matching clocks activity) - find the Spanish activity - reading comprehension activity - writing/comic strip activity describing a character's day - word ordering activity - introduction to basic phrases and opinions in the past tense - translation activity in the past tense - ordering activity using the present and past tenses and times/sequencers - listening activity - plenary activity testing understanding of different word classes and tenses

By KatherineBibby

Comparativos y superlativos - Comparatives and superlatives

Comparativos y superlativos - Comparatives and superlatives

Lesson on comparatives and superlatives (based on physical description). Aimed at Y8/9 Spanish students depending on ability and previous experience. Covers physical description adjectives, what superlatives/comparatives are and how to form them in Spanish. Includes: - how to form comparatives/superlatives - translations activity - writing activity with opinions on celebrities

By KatherineBibby

Como es - What does he/she look like? (Physical description)

Como es - What does he/she look like? (Physical description)

Two lessons on physical descriptions. Aimed at Y8/9 Spanish depending on ability and previous knowledge. Covers hair, eyes, height, weight and attractiveness. Includes descriptions in the first and third person. Includes: - Revision quiz - Celebrity criminal line-up matching activity - Guess Who - Spot the mistake activity - Translations - Reading comprehension - Writing activity Listening activities refer to Viva 1 Spanish textbook.

By KatherineBibby

Mi familia - My family

Mi familia - My family

Two lessons on family in Spanish. Targeted at Y8/9 students depending on ability and previous knowledge. Covers family members, names, ages and describing a family in the third person. Includes: - Numbers activity - Harry Potter family reading task - Bingo - Matching activity - Third person writing activity The listening tasks refer to Viva 1 Spanish.

By KatherineBibby

Nací en ... (I was born in ...)

Nací en ... (I was born in ...)

This worksheet requires knowledge of family members ('Éste es mi hijo Paso a paso 2E' is available from this author). In this worksheet you will find all the parts of the verb 'nacer' to say where you or others were born, using a variety of capital cities and countries. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all vocabulary (other than family members) is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.

By vettyjames

Tu cumpleaños

Tu cumpleaños

Spanish Year 7. A lesson to talk about your birthday. Revision of numbers, months of the year and possessive adjectives.

By silviavidal87

Countries / Where I live

Countries / Where I live

This is a complete lesson which teaches students vocabulary for some countries and introduces the verb "vivir" so that students can explain where they live in Spanish.

By ftbnemesis

Viva 1 - Module 1 Unit 2 - Qué tipo de persona eres

Viva 1 - Module 1 Unit 2 - Qué tipo de persona eres

This is a lesson I have created to do with Year 7. We are using Viva 1 (Módulo 1 - Unidad 2). These are the objectives of the lesson: *Talking about your personality *Adjectives in Spanish *Saying what your passions are and who your heroes are. This lesson includes: *A Power Point presentation (33 slides) *A vocab sheet introducing adjectives of personality. *A worksheet to do some practice with adjectives *A worksheet to practice a bit of reading *A computer activity to do in the computer room The worksheet have been desing to be printed in A5, but they could also be printed in A4 if needed. Hope it helps!

By Albichuelita

Mira 1 Module 1 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Mira 1 Module 1 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 1 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

Mira 1 Module 3 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Mira 1 Module 3 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 3 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. Pupils can make the activity harder by writing the Spanish next to the English instead of writing the English next to the Spanish! 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