Here is the domino I created to learn or revise the vocabulary learnt about the Spanish Civil War. (I used it with the resources shared under La Guerra Civil Lesson 2 - Fotos)
Do only cut the black lines, the blue lines are your domino! If not, you will have matching cards.
My lesson 1 of the topic was the Spanish History 1931-2014 lesson I've already shared.
Students really enjoy it and learn the Imperfect tense!
Activities created with real images of the Spanish civil war.
Match Pictures and Text. Then do listening to see how much can they remember.
I did this with Y9 as my second lesson on Spanish Civil War.
I did it using the domino already shared under La Guerra Civil Lesson 2-Domino.
Lesson 1 was the Spanish History 1931-2014 resource already shared.
Listenings available to download from the Dropbox link.
This task develops students' ability to form simple descriptive sentences and to begin to ask a variety of questions. This resource forms part of a project looking at ways to encourage learners to interact more in the target language, developing the skills of both planned and unplanned (or spontaneous) talk.
It was designed with Y7 in mind, but with very little work could be differentiated for Y8, Y9 or even KS4 classes – this is because it’s the teacher questioning that sets the level of challenge.
Instructions for teachers are on the notes page of the PowerPoint slide.
(Visuals reproduced with permission from Asset Languages)
Inspired by a visit to Judgemeadow school in Leicester, we've been re-vamping our classroom display resources. These are the French ones. The &'good features&'; stars are to go with a display of annotated student work.
I have designed these resources to celebrate the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympics. They build student’s knowledge of sports vocabulary and adjectives using YouTube extracts, fun animations, matching cards, a video extract worksheet and finally a creative task to help the students express their Olympic/Paralympic passions!<br />
Slide 2 presents the differentiated lesson objectives. Slide 3 has the Olympic motto and pictures of Olympian heroes. Slide 4 is the warmer task: name as many Olympic/Paralympic sports as possible from student’s previous knowledge and includes links to the Juntos | Campaña oficial del COI in both Spanish and English (1 min 30 secs each) to inspire the students. They may do this in teams, pairs or individually. The full list of Olympic and Paralympic events can be found on a PDF in these resources.<br />
Slides 5 to 43 build new Olympic/Paralympic sports vocabulary: <br />
El atletismo<br />
El remo<br />
El piragüismo<br />
La equitación <br />
La esgrima<br />
El levantamiento de pesas<br />
La lucha<br />
El buceo<br />
El nado sincronizado<br />
El tiro<br />
El tiro con arco<br />
La vela<br />
Slide 5 invites the students to:<br />
All: Match Up!<br />
Most: Perfect Pronunciation Challenge!<br />
Some: Quick Fire Questions! *Here the students quiz each other, e.g Spanish to English, English to Spanish, spellings etc. of the new vocabulary.<br />
Slides 6 to 17 have 1 slide per expression and allow you to drill the new vocabulary. Then there is graded questioning. <br />
Slides 19 to 30 show the images and give the students a choice of two possible sports to choose from. Then slides 31 to 43 are what’s missing? slides. <br />
Slide 44 should be used in conjunction with the worksheet. Here the students tick the sports they see on the Paralympic trailer video (2 mins 48 secs) and includes an extension task for stronger students. The answers are on the first two pages of the worksheet PDF. <br />
The next slide should be used with the English-Spanish adjectives matching cards.<br />
Adjectives: <br />
relajado/a <br />
encantado/a <br />
orgulloso/a <br />
terco/a <br />
rápido/a <br />
Once matched you may like to play pelmenism/slap the card. <br />
Then complete the second half of the worksheet: students watch the official Rio 2016 trailer and tick the adjectives which reflect the emotions of the athletes and spectators as well as other adjectives to describe what they see. There is an extension task for stronger students. <br />
Then the students have a choice of three creative tasks: to design and decorate in Spanish an Olympic torch, an Olympic flag or to write a poem about their Olympic/Paralympic hero. The last slide is for reflection.
MIRA - NO PUEDO - QUIERES SALIR - TENER QUE <br />
- A lesson which can be used with the Mira Spanish textbook <br />
- A power-point with a wide range of activities and a worksheet to go with it<br />
- A role-play activity with challenge<br />
- Tener que + infinitive grammar explanation<br />
- Interactive resources with differentiation<br />
- A splat game to practise the vocabulary<br />
- A find the missing word game to work on the vocabulary<br />
- The power-point could be used with mini-whiteboards to practise writing longer sentences<br />
I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much.<br />