This is a Grammar Booklet for the new A2 curriculum starting in September 2017. Over the last couple of months, I have been adapting the old student & grammar booklet that I use with my old A2 curriculum so that I can carry on using it with the new A2 syllabus.
My students find this booklet useful and I am sure the new A2 students will like it too!
It comes with:
- lots of translation exercises
- AS tenses revision translation exercises
- perfect subjunctive tenses (perfect and pluperfect)
- if clauses
- verbs that are followed by a preposition (casarse con, empezar a...)
- false friends
- idioms & phrases for the speaking
- I also added the AQA mark schemes for the Speaking and the Writing and information about the different papers.
- there are also some essay titles for La casa de Bernarda Alba and El Laberinto del Fauno (can be adapted to the film and book you do).
This booklet is 87 pages so you can imgine all the stuff I have added :)
To use the word document there are a few fonts you will need so that you can see everything in place:
- coming soon (http://www.1001fonts.com/coming-soon-font.html)
- veggieburgger (https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/veggieburger)
- komika display (http://www.dafont.com/es/komika-display.font)
- helsinki (https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/helsinki)
Please leave some feedback :) Would like to know what other teachers think of it! So leave some feedback please :)
I think this is a very useful resource for the first year of the new A Level and the last year of the old A Level..I liked that there is a summary of what to revise, including useful sites, mark schemes and key grammatical exercises about common mistakes such as the passive and the subjunctive. I also really liked the speaking sections, with suggestions on how to "sound natural" and question starters to give the examiner (new A Level). The package is very varied and you can adapt it to your learners. You can also uploaded in a revision area on your intranet so that students can pick and choose according to their needs. Thank you Sara. The guide saves me time too!