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Spanish KS3 _ first lesson _ Zoom 1 _  introducing yourself & classroom instructions

Spanish KS3 _ first lesson _ Zoom 1 _ introducing yourself & classroom instructions

Resource for lesson 1 with a KS3 group starting Spanish. The material is based on Zoom 1 Vamos but can stand alone without the textbook. The PowerPoint begins with some geographical and cultural stimulus, followed by introducing yourself in Spanish and then some key classroom instructions. There is fun YouTube video linked to the vocabulary and a Memrise for use with BYOD group or for homework.

By RL6

KS4 Spanish Typical Day in Spain GSCE new AQA course

KS4 Spanish Typical Day in Spain GSCE new AQA course

Lesson covers: Basics of a typical day in Spain. I created this lesson in place of lesson on Cambian las costumbres in AQA book as I felt that it is more useful for students if they revise and have practice talking about a typical day in Spain using the present tense rather than the preterite, as is the case in the book. So, if a photo / roleplay should come up related to life in Spain, it will be easier for students to use what they have learnt in this lesson. By the end of this lesson, I want my students to be able to talk about the basics of a typical day in Spain (time Spanish get up, when and a little about what they eat, shops closing at lunch, the siesta etc.) in Spain. It is also good, but not essential, if you have already covered comparisons with your students. Lesson includes: Starter based on Tener and Tener que + infinitives. Activity One: Students write what they know about Spain in Spanish using pictures and key words on slide as prompts. Activity Two: Reading (differentiated resources included with key words / questions in Spanish) about life in Spain. Activity Three: Students add / improve what they wrote about a day in Spain using what they now have learnt from readings. Activity Four: Review of comparisons and superlatives as well as practice translating these into English and Spanish. Final Activity: Speaking practice based on AQA photo style exam. Preparatory slide with some key words students need to describe photo. Then slide with photo and questions as well as option for peer assessment. Review.

By Miriam81

Hermanos Gemelos Lectura - Fun Spanish Reading with Stem-Change / Shoe Verbs

Hermanos Gemelos Lectura - Fun Spanish Reading with Stem-Change / Shoe Verbs

This 2-page file includes: -A fun reading about two 12 year-old twin boys who to get up to lots of mischief! The reading includes over 10 examples of stem-change/ shoe verbs that are underlined for students to see in context. The reading also contains a glossary of new vocabulary. -A worksheet with six reading comprehension questions and a short writing assignment where students are to write about what the twins are doing tomorrow using the new verbs! Includes the following stem-change verbs: jugar, preferir, querer, soler, cerrar, dormir, jugar, doler, entender, poder

By ninatutor

El día típico de mi madre Lectura - Reflexive Verbs Reading - Reflexivos

El día típico de mi madre Lectura - Reflexive Verbs Reading - Reflexivos

In this reading, a student is describing their mother's busy day as a doctor. Here students can see how to use reflexive verbs in the third person. The reading is followed by 6 comprehension questions. Activity idea: At home, students can interview one of their parents and complete a homework assignment of their daily routine to hand in for homework or for conversation practice in class. Verbs included: levantarse vestirse maquillarse ducharse quedarse acostarse

By ninatutor