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Spanish End of year Quizz

Spanish End of year Quizz

Hi everyone! The end of the year is coming...and sometimes by the end of the year we are not quite sure how and what to teach anymore. Have you noticed how our students can look tired or bored at the end of the year? Are you looking forwards some vacations? I bet that's the same for your students. How about boosting them a little bit with this colourful quiz that you can use to play in team?It will break your routine nicely while challenging your students. Here's what you get in this resource: a 60-slide PPT and an activity booklet with 13 pages testing the knowledge of your students about Spain and Spanish culture. It contains: - a self-target setting slide - 28 questions to test their knowledge with Multiple choice answers (about the geography, famous celebrities, food, languages...) - 28 answers - a review of objectives Enjoy
foxtrotters
French Ramadan 2 Emergent Reader Booklets

French Ramadan 2 Emergent Reader Booklets

Students learn French vocabulary associated with Ramadan in a fun, hands on way with these 2 emergent reader booklets. Each contains 8 pages: the title page with 7 additional pages. One contains text and images, and the other contains text only so students can sketch and create their own versions of the booklets. The vocabulary included is: mosque, Koran, praying, lantern, prayer mat, crescent and star, and fasting. Also included are suggestions for using the booklets and an assembly instruction page. Students first cut, assemble and read the booklet containing text and images. They then sketch and create their own versions with the text only template. The illustration version can be projected in class to present, review and practice pronunciation of the vocabulary words. The text only version can be projected onto the Smart Board and students can draw pictures on the Smart Board that correspond to the text. 6 pages
suesummersshop
Spanish U.S. Presidential Election 2 Emergent Reader Booklets - Las Elecciones

Spanish U.S. Presidential Election 2 Emergent Reader Booklets - Las Elecciones

Students learn the names of the people and vocabulary associated with the presidential election in a fun, hands on way with these 2 Spanish emergent reader booklets. Each contains 8 pages: the title page with 7 additional pages. One contains text and images, and the other contains text only so students can sketch and create their own versions of the booklets. There are 2 versions of the page containing Barack Obama and the 2 candidates: one with the party symbols and one without. You may choose whichever best suits your purposes. Also included are suggestions for using the booklets and an assembly instruction page. Students first cut, assemble and read the booklet containing text and images. Names and vocabulary included are Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, el partido republicano, el partido democrático, la boleta, and la urna. They then sketch and create their own versions with the text only template. The illustration version can be projected in class to present, review and practice pronunciation of the vocabulary words. The text only version can be projected onto the Smart Board and students can draw pictures on the Smart Board that correspond to the text. 6 pages
suesummersshop
May Word Wall Cards AND Activities! Spanish version

May Word Wall Cards AND Activities! Spanish version

Beautiful Spanish, May / mayo Word Wall Cards and Activities ! Great for your word wall, centers or vocabulary stations! Vocabulary words include words about El Cinco de Mayo, el Día de los Caídos (Memorial Day) and Spring. The words included in this packet are: mayo (May) 1. mayo (May) 2. el Cinco de Mayo 3. la celebración (celebration) 4. Puebla, México 5. el Mariachi 6. la piñata 7. el sombrero (hat) 8. las maracas 9. la bandera mexicana 10. bailar (to dance) 11. la guitarra (guitar) 12. la decoración (decoration) 13. el Día de los Caídos (Memorial Day) 14. el cementerio (cemetery) 15. los soldados (soldiers) 16. la amapola (poppy flower) 17. la bandera de los Estados Unidos 18. el desfile (parade) 19. el pícnic 20. la parilla (grill) 21. cuidar las plantas (care for plants) 22. el jardín (garden) 23. las flores (flowers) 24. los pájaros (birds) 25. el sol (sun) 26. la lluvia (rain) 27. la cometa (kite) ·.·• The following 19 pages of activities are provided to go along with the Word Wall cards: * Find the word and check the box. * Trace the word. * Find the word and write it. * Choose words to write a story. * Use each word to write a complete sentence. * Rainbow writing. Enjoy! ♥ La Profesora Frida
LaProfesoraFrida
AS/ A2 CIE Spanish Speaking Suggested Questions - all topics

AS/ A2 CIE Spanish Speaking Suggested Questions - all topics

Exam practice questions for Upper Senior Level students. This resource was specifically created for my CIE students on the topics of Turismo, Familia, Becha generacional, Salud y Deporte, Empleo, desempleo y Educacion, Medios de comunicacion, Ley y orden - desigualdad y Guerra y paz, Avances medicos, cientificos y tecnologicos, Vida urbana y rural y Medio ambiente - polucion y conservacion (lo siento - sin tildes). Suggestions: print in a large font, laminate and cut. I put them in the Speaking Question Box in the teaching class. Students get their own booklet and are encouraged to think/ write their answer. Other ideas for speaking lessons: Write lots of topic-specific words and put them in a box. Students can do this every lesson when they find a good word to play taboo or describe what the word means.
anapascual
Display bulletin letters cut out alphabet numbers punctuation signs Spanish Flag

Display bulletin letters cut out alphabet numbers punctuation signs Spanish Flag

This is a letter set consisting of: - A-Z in capital letters - a-z in lower case letters - 0-9 - ! ? ... , . "" - + x + = ÷ There is one letter/ number per page. **Please Note** Due to the nature of the flag design some letters do not show all parts of the flag. If this is something you would like please email me: pretty.cool.printables@gmail.com All you have to do is print out the pages you need to write out any heading you like. Get the pages laminated and the letters cut out to create a lovely and creative display heading. You can also use your printer settings to put multiples pages per page to get smaller letters (that depends on your printer though). I hope your class enjoy your beautiful and creative headings to displays.
sandiejones