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New Spanish GCSE - Spanish to English translations

New Spanish GCSE - Spanish to English translations

Three very comprehensive sets of Spanish to English translations, each covering all aspects of Theme 1 (Identity and Culture), Theme 2 (Local, regional, national, international and global areas of interest) and Theme 3 (Current and future study and employment).

By corcuera

New Spanish GCSE: Theme 3(Current and future study and employment). Translations

New Spanish GCSE: Theme 3(Current and future study and employment). Translations

A very comprehensive set of sentences (suitable for all abilities) and paragraphs (mainly higher) to translate from Spanish into English. The resource includes 120 sentences and 6 long paragraphs and they cover the following aspects of Theme 3 (Current and future stydy and employment), organised as follows: Part 1: My studies Part 2: School life Part 3: Education post-16 Part 4: Jobs, career choices and ambitions Finally, the six longer paragraphs include language related to all four categories. The sentences include references to a variety of tenses (present, preterite, imperfect, present perfect, conditional, future), as well as a wide range of complex structures (negatives, comparatives, conditional clauses...)

By corcuera

GCSE Spanish: Yr9 Revision of Grammar and Topics

GCSE Spanish: Yr9 Revision of Grammar and Topics

This large booklet includes key vocabulary and grammar covered in Year 9. It helps prepare pupils for their end of year exams and covers the topics of school & education and environment and a good range of tenses.

By wrightcv

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New Spanish GCSE speaking exam - support pack

New Spanish GCSE speaking exam - support pack

A set of resources to prepare students for the new GCSE speaking exam (AQA specification), including: - Three booklets with role plays (at both foundation and higher level) to prepare Theme 1 (Identity and culture), Theme 2 (Local, regional, international and global areas of interest) and Theme 3 (Current and future education and work). - Three booklets with Photo Cards, again on Higher and Foundation level and covering all three themes. - A General Conversation booklet, with a very extensive list of questions covering every aspect of the three themes.

By corcuera

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New Spanish GCSE Role Plays (speaking test)

New Spanish GCSE Role Plays (speaking test)

Three sets of foundation and higher role plays covering Theme 1 (Identity and culture), Theme 2 (local, regional, international and global areas of interest) and part of Theme 3 (Present and future education and emplyment). The set currently includes 60 role plays altogether. For other speaking resources (General conversation booklet, Photo Cards) please visit my shop.

By corcuera

GCSE PARAGRAPH WRITING: UNIFORM DESCRIPTION

GCSE PARAGRAPH WRITING: UNIFORM DESCRIPTION

1. Include a short description of your uniform and your opinion on it success criteria extra challenge model paragraph useful language 2. Hand-out that guides students through each bullet point they need to address and how to do so

By PNYUSTE

Spanish GCSE school imperfect tense ¿cómo era tu escuela primaria? _ reading _ translation

Spanish GCSE school imperfect tense ¿cómo era tu escuela primaria? _ reading _ translation

A standalone lesson on the topic of "primary school" using the imperfect tense. Some knowledge of the imperfect tense is required prior to this lesson. The starter is matching up key imperfect verbs from the board to their English equivalents on the handout. Pupils could then use there verbs to write sentences about their primary school. There is then a selection of different and interesting adjectives that pupils can use to talk about their schools. There is a reading comprehension & a gap-fill. The final activity is translation into Spanish using the imperfect tense and recycling all the vocabulary from this lesson. The resources are a model for pupils to then produce their own written/oral answer to: ¿Cómo era tu escuela primaria?

By RL6

Y10 SPANISH VIVA WRITING REVISION M2

Y10 SPANISH VIVA WRITING REVISION M2

Students are given detailed guidance on to address key bullet points in module 2. There is vocabulary help, grammar help, style help (connectives and opinions) and structure help (paragraphing). It can work for a lesson, for homework or for revision. I do it at the end of every module for students to have strong paragraphs on each of the book's spreads.

By PNYUSTE

MI COLEGIO REVIEW WORKBOOK (FOUNDATION)

MI COLEGIO REVIEW WORKBOOK (FOUNDATION)

This resource is aimed at Spanish Year 10 to Year 11 students but there are exercises which Year 7 to Year 9 students might be able to do. There are several exercises where students have to unjumble words and sentences, a word search, a crossword, translation exercises from Spanish to English and vice versa, a speaking exercise, a reading comprehension, an exercise where students are asked to make up rules for their school. Finally there is an essay question on school and school subjects. There is a noun and adjective section and finally a vocabulary and verb list at the end of the resource which students will find useful when studying this topic. They can add any words which they have learnt and keep this as a resource when studying for their GCSE.

By marycottle