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Physical Descriptions in Spanish

Physical Descriptions in Spanish

These worksheets introduce Spanish vocabulary relating to physical and personality descriptions and also gets students to practise what they have learnt. *While they suit all ages, these worksheets were designed particularly with late teenage/adult learners in mind. They have only been categorised as 11-14 because this is when this topic is usually taught in schools.* It includes: - a vocabulary list with around 60 words/phrases. - 4 simple translations from Spanish into English - a "circle the correct answers" exercise - an exercise where students have to describe people they see photos - 4 simple translations from English into Spanish - 3 short creative writing exercises where students describe celebrities. Ideas for differentiation/expansion: - in the final exercise (describing celebrities), students could be encouraged to find new vocabulary in the dictionary, e.g. "Make sure to include 2 words that don't appear in the vocabulary list". - in the final exercise, students could write a much more descriptive profile of the celebrities, by including age, profession, likes/dislikes, etc. - students could describe the people in the photos that appear in Exercise 2.
chris_jardine
Birthdays in Spanish

Birthdays in Spanish

Birthdays in Spanish - How to ask and answer questions in the 1st person. Practice in a story followed by dates and months in Spanish. Spanish listening resource + gap fill worksheet.
Cantamos
Spanish: Ages, Birthday, Eyes & Hair

Spanish: Ages, Birthday, Eyes & Hair

A resource I used for beginner Spanish. It is a bad translation which could be used in the following ways: Page 1 is a Spanish text and a "badly translated" English version. Pupils must compare both versions. They highlight the mistakes on the English on and correct them. There are 25 mistakes to find. Page 2 offers a gap fill activity which is subsequently used to do the bad translation. Page 3 contains the gapped words which can be offered for differentiation purposes. Page 4 is the answer key. The green words are the words used in the gap fill. The yellow words are the badly translated English words. I find this kind of task can engage even the most reluctant of learners. Also helps to make it competitive.
polyglot91
Claim the parcel translation game Yo y familia New GCSE Viva AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Yo y familia New GCSE Viva AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Activity for revising different verb tenses and topics from new GCSE AQA books. You have a table with different verbs tenses/sentences and project it on your interactive whiteboard/wall. In groups of 2 (max 3) they write the answer in Spanish to one of the parcels/boxes on their mini white boards, come to you at the front of the class (you check) and if they have the answer correct they can claim the parcel/box. You write their names/team name on a post it notes and stick it over the parcel/box on the interactive whiteboard. Then, no one can do this parcel/box anymore. The winner is the group to have most parcels/boxes claimed at the end. Works well as end of module revision or translation practice. Don't forget to feedback!
kbreizh
Spanish-speaker profiles

Spanish-speaker profiles

Reading, speaking and listening practice. Can also be used as a framework for a writing activity. In pairs: Give students a profile each and a set of questions to ask each other. They can refer to the profiles to give their answers using first or second person. To challenge some students, ask them to create their own questions to discover more about their partner, or begin inventing new information about their character. They can also use the examples to create their own profiles for Spanish speakers or as a structure to begin building up a description of their own life or friends. Lots of options. Please feel free to give feedback if you spot any mistakes.
hannah_asquith89
Viva GCSE Higher - Módulo 3 Mi gente - Punto de partida 1 y 2

Viva GCSE Higher - Módulo 3 Mi gente - Punto de partida 1 y 2

. This resource is a Power Point (20 slides) to introduce Module 3 Mi gente. It follows the textbook AQA GCSE Viva Higher. . I also include a worksheet with all the vocab, activities and explanations on a word document which is easy to print for your students and the lessons will go smoothly and quicker than if they have to copy everything down. . If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me: gimenez.srta@gmail.com
Miriam_84
KS3 Year 7 Spanish Mira 1 Module 3 ¿Cómo eres? Personality physical description FIVE lessons!

KS3 Year 7 Spanish Mira 1 Module 3 ¿Cómo eres? Personality physical description FIVE lessons!

FIVE lessons introducing and consolidating 'ser' with personality and physical description Answers included for Mira 1 listening activities YouTube ¿Cómo eres? rap included GCSE skills including asking questions and spontaneous speaking AFL lesson and differentiated worksheet which reviews all questions and answers studied from the beginning of Mira 1 Corresponding Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/250118768/year-7-spanish-como-eres-flash-cards/
r_g_huxford
GCSE Writing Booster - Topic: Interests

GCSE Writing Booster - Topic: Interests

This document was created for my Year 10 and Year 11 students to practise further their vocabulary on the topic of interests (hobbies, free time activities). It gave them more confidence in their writing skills. It can be followed up with some English to Spanish translations and a free writing activity in class.
estrellaee