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Tortoise and the Sardines

Tortoise and the Sardines

The story of the Tortoise and the Sardines is an African fable as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers of taking strangers at face-value. This enchanting fable is ideal for celebrating black history month, furthermore; the fable has been published in English, French and Spanish (the three crucial universal languages). The Book can therefore be used to advance young people’s knowledge of key stage 2 and 3 knowledge of French and Spanish in a way that is colourful, engaging and enjoyable.
deltamariabooks
Fairytale Roleplay Spanish Cinderella Drama

Fairytale Roleplay Spanish Cinderella Drama

Roleplay personal adaptation of the fairytale Cinderella (Cenicienta). Successful from KS1 to GCSE. Helps fluency, pronunciation and memory as well as improves confidence in Speaking . Through simple and effective structures students improve speaking skills rapidly and progress is evident as students add their own content through improvisation. Fun activity for all levels!
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Formats for any TEXT type / Writing in Spanish

Formats for any TEXT type / Writing in Spanish

Great resource that I normally give to my students in G9. It can be use for iGCSE, IB ab initio / B SL and AS / A levels. I have taken the watermark so it is easier to distribute. I appreciate any comments. Gracias
mrgallego
Illustrated Spanish literature Primary

Illustrated Spanish literature Primary

These illustrated stories were comissioned by Fundacion Sindrome Down de Madrid (logopedia@downmadrid.org), to support reading activities for pupils with learning disabilities. The stories were made by people with Down Syndrome and edited by the speech therapy department (logopedia@downmadrid.org). The 'pictos' (visual aids accompanying each word) are propiety of CATEDU. The illustrations were made by me.
rosanieplius
Literacy-Led Modern Language Learning

Literacy-Led Modern Language Learning

This project focused on developing units of work in French and Spanish driven by the literacy outcomes of the related National Strategies units with a view to engaging disenchanted learners, and impacting on progress in literacy, particularly writing, through the development of engaging pedagogy and resources. Resources from 'Links into Languages&', Crown Copyright. More information and resources can be found at: www.linksintolanguages.ac.uk/
LinksIntoLanguages
Once upon a digital age

Once upon a digital age

The project investigates ways of exploiting storytelling to develop children’s language and ICT skills. The teachers will work with partner institutions on a range of published stories. They will develop lessons that lead to activities providing opportunities for the learners to create and perform new stories using new technologies (i.e. podcasting, film-making, animation). Resources from 'Links into Languages&', Crown Copyright. More information and resources can be found at: www.linksintolanguages.ac.uk/
LinksIntoLanguages
The Town Mouse & Country Mouse (Spanish)

The Town Mouse & Country Mouse (Spanish)

A mouse named Jacques lives in the city and is missing the love of his life, Lucille, who lives in the countryside. So Jacques decides to visit her. But when he gets there the countryside isn't what he expected, so they both go back to the city. However, things don't run as smoothly as expected for them and Lucille ends up being caught by a cat. So they decide to compromise and move. This animation is also available in English: bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/5799.
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The Tortoise and the Hare (Spanish)

The Tortoise and the Hare (Spanish)

The hare bumps into the tortoise and laughs at its slowness. So they have a race to see who is the fastest animal in the forest. But the hare gets distracted on the way to the final flag - who will win? This animation is also available in English: bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/5800.
BBCClassClipsMFL