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Me gustas tú

Me gustas tú

A lesson around the song 'Me Gustas tú' by Manu Chao to teach 'gustar' rules and reading/listening skills.

By kessia

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Mira - no puedo - quieres salir - tener que  {EDITABLE}

Mira - no puedo - quieres salir - tener que {EDITABLE}

MIRA - NO PUEDO - QUIERES SALIR - TENER QUE - A lesson which can be used with the Mira Spanish textbook - A power-point with a wide range of activities and a worksheet to go with it- A role-play activity with challenge- Tener que + infinitive grammar explanation- Interactive resources with differentiation- A splat game to practise the vocabulary- A find the missing word game to work on the vocabulary- The power-point could be used with mini-whiteboards to practise writing longer sentencesI 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.@EloCamden

By MllePierre

GCSE Spanish Tense Revision Board Game

GCSE Spanish Tense Revision Board Game

This is just a Spanish version of the French game I uploaded. You can edit it to suit your groups. All they need are counters and dice. Throw the die and move forward and give the Spanish. If they cannot answer they move back three spaces. First to finish wins. Please let me know if you spot any mistakes.

By maryjane1969

LOS REFUGIADOS

LOS REFUGIADOS

Resources for A Level on the topic of Syrian refugees that includes reading, grammar activities, vocabulary and useful tips.

By soniakbe

Spanish -ar verbs conjugation card race - revision of all tenses

Spanish -ar verbs conjugation card race - revision of all tenses

This is another of my verb card races. You need to print off some sets of the cards, cut them out and laminate them. Pupils then race each other to pick up the cards to match what they see on the screen. I have mine move their cards to an answer board to stop them from copying others and then you can award points to whoever has the right cards on display. It encourages a good sense of competition, can be used again and again, and makes verb drills fun. (Requires knowledge of present, preterite, near future, future and imperfect tenses)

By maryjane1969

KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? / What sports do you do? (Sports/Health & 'Jugar' vs 'Hacer')

KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? / What sports do you do? (Sports/Health & 'Jugar' vs 'Hacer')

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish.- Total of 3 files included in package (PowerPoint lesson, homework sheet and pre-lesson grammar and vocabulary assessment. Some slides in the PowerPoint and 'hidden' and can be printed to support students).- Extension activities provided throughout the accommodate for stretch and challenge.- Includes a 'Vocabulary and Grammar Mastery' to assess students prior to teaching this lesson, which checks if students know the body parts, if they understand how to use 'me duele(n)' and whether they can accurately distinguish between 'Tengo/Estoy/Me siento' with expressions pertaining to illness and ailments. Sheet includes space in which subsequent Improvement Task (included herein) should be completed. The assessment is quick and easy to mark.- Improvement Task has clear instructions for students and teacher on the slides and also provides three tasks (A,B,C) which are specifically tailored to help students progress based on the questions they answer correctly on the Improvement Task. - CfU (checking for understanding) activities. - Covers time frequency adverbs. - Some minor SMSC/cultural input with reference to the Basque region and the concept of 'pelota vasca' (Basque pelota). - Includes colour-coded slides and images, as well as 'hints' in the notes section of the PowerPoint to help students distinguish between 'jugar' and 'hacer'.- Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy.- Animated and visually engaging slides.- Support for weaker students.- Includes opportunity for pair/group work and student discussion. - Heavy vocabulary drilling with multiple options such as '¿Qué falta?' (What's missing?) and 'Ganar al profesor' (Beat the teacher). - Activities are designed to support the skills needed for the new GCSE specification, including 'reading between the lines', looking for gist and interpreting texts beyond basic-level comprehension. - Mixture of settle and stir activities, along with whole class discussion, short activities to check for understanding (AfL) and sustained independent tasks. - Peer evaluation/assessment as part of the plenary, using WWW and EBI.

By tcnewman

KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Cómo es tu casa? / What's your house like?

KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Cómo es tu casa? / What's your house like?

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish.- Total of 2 files included in package (PowerPoint lesson and worksheet).- Extension activities provided throughout the accommodate for stretch and challenge.- Visual slides to help revise 'Vivo en' and 'Mi casa/piso está en...'- CfU (checking for understanding) activities. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy.- Animated and visually engaging slides.- Use of 'think, pair, share' to encourage student voice, deep thinking and learners taking greater responsibility for their learning. - Present tense conjugation of 'vivir' (to live).- Clear learning objective with differentiated outcomes.- Brief introduction of why 'estar' is needed when talking about locations. - Activity with written table to allow students to practise singular vs. plural and masculine vs. plural adjective agreements. - Activities are designed to support the skills needed for the new GCSE specification, including 'reading between the lines', looking for gist and interpreting texts beyond basic-level comprehension. - Independent written activity with differentiation using 'bronze/silver/gold' categorisation, including model text to support weaker students. - Mixture of settle and stir activities, along with whole class discussion and short activities to check for understanding (AfL).- Clear progression from receptive to productive skills. - Peer evaluation/assessment as part of the plenary, using WWW and EBI.

By tcnewman

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Viva 2 - Year 8 - All Units - All Lessons

Viva 2 - Year 8 - All Units - All Lessons

This contains all lessons for the Y8 Viva 2 book (new GCSE). All images have been taken out for copyright purposes obviously. They are perfect companions for the teachers using the book in lesson.

By Ours256

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Spanish Sentence Building Colour Workbook K3-K6

Spanish Sentence Building Colour Workbook K3-K6

SPANISH SENTENCE BUILDINGHIGH RESOLUTION COLOUR GRAPHIC WORKBOOKReading Skills Writing Skills Vocabulary practiceIncludes 30 pages of:- Sentence- builders- Crosswords- Word searches- Matching exercises- Vocabulary puzzles- Multiple choice Spelling questions- Fill the Gaps exercises All presented with colourful graphics designed to engage young learners.ANSWER KEY INCLUDEDTotal Pages 50

By giomanuel

Mi familia

Mi familia

This is a very useful resource to introduce vocabulary about family members and possessive adjectives in Spanish.

By Ariel_76

Mi familia

Mi familia

Very useful lesson to introduce vocabulary for family members and possessive adjectives in Spanish.

By Ariel_76

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SPANISH " La Familia" Printables Kit

SPANISH " La Familia" Printables Kit

Includes:- Crosswords- Word searches- Matching exercises- Vocabulary puzzles- Multiple choice Spelling questions- Fill the Gaps exercises - Shorts texts with missing words - High Resolution Graphics "ÁRBOL GENEALÓGICO" Cartoon DiagramTotal Pages 22Answer Key Included

By giomanuel

Spanish A Level world of work unemployment reading comprehension

Spanish A Level world of work unemployment reading comprehension

A resource to use when teaching the A Level theme of Unemployment/World of work. There is a text about the how computer programming is being introduced in schools as a way of reducing unemployment There is a comprehension, a gap fill, a translation to English and to Spanish which will test pupils on key grammatical concepts. The text is up-to-date and is focused on Spain only.

By RL6

Spanish KS3 adjectives agreement revision writing practice

Spanish KS3 adjectives agreement revision writing practice

This resource recaps key adjectives from KS3 and requires pupils to manipulate them and to practise using correct adjectival agreement. There are 30 adjectives to revise and define, a grammar activity changing adjectives to fit the context and a final translation task.

By RL6

Spanish Quiz - General Knowledge

Spanish Quiz - General Knowledge

I have put together a wee quiz to introduce pupils to Spanish through some general knowledge on culture and language, several of the slides are timed so just click, sit back and enjoy!

By joyfulness

Spanish KS3 GCSE my home, house and area BUNDLE

Spanish KS3 GCSE my home, house and area BUNDLE

Resources and activities to use with pupils in KS3 or GCSE for teaching, area, house and home. There are challenging reading comprehensions, grammar and writing activities and lots of 'stretch' vocabulary and more complex grammatical structures embedded within the tasks.

By RL6

Spanish KS3 house home adjective agreement grammar practice _ mi casa

Spanish KS3 house home adjective agreement grammar practice _ mi casa

A worksheet to focus pupils' attention on adjectival agreement, based around the thematic vocabulary of 'describe tu casa'. There are 14 key descriptive adjectives, some translation into English, with colours to focus on the grammar rules, translation practice into Spanish and then a close reading exercise to find 8 adjectival agreement errors.

By RL6

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Primary Spanish WHOLE UNIT: Year 3 Autumn 1 About Ourselves

Primary Spanish WHOLE UNIT: Year 3 Autumn 1 About Ourselves

Beautifully illustrated unit, continuing in the "Learn as you teach" Primary Spanish series. Everything you you need, all in one place: * Seven whole lesson files each containing a power point show for every learning objective; a screen by screen guidance lesson plan, with a plain speak vocabulary for all the language in the unit and grammar notes together with an A4 b/w copiable illustrated worksheet relating to the main body of the show with three differentiated tasks. Shows also have whole class games, listening, speaking, reading and writing activities embedded with programmed animation; a range of native speaker sound files for every item of language with attached music files for songs. * For good measure and your convenience the seven b/w illustrated copiable worksheets with 3 differentiated tasks, one for each learning objective have also been supplied separately in A4 format and in an A3 folding to A4 booklet format complete with pupil self evaluation smiley face record sheet for the pupils and teachers to record progress. * In addition there is a set of classroom display resources covering all the language in the unit together with an illustrated colour, pupil vocabulary learning mat. * A FREE Year 3 MFL work scheme detailing all the units and language in the scheme in order. Did you get everything you need? Review and I will reply and, if needed, update. You should be able to re-download an updated resource at no extra charge from the site. Enjoy!

By scwebster

Spanish Preterite

Spanish Preterite

A Powerpoint Tutorial explaining the Preterite in Spanish both for regular and irregular verbs, followed by two worksheets.

By Mairi Clement

Spanish GCSE describing my school extension _ facilities, location, atmosphere reading comprehension

Spanish GCSE describing my school extension _ facilities, location, atmosphere reading comprehension

Resources for talking about school with a GCSE group. There are language activities to start: cognates, matching antonyms and vocabulary for facilities. There is also text with a gap-fill and vocabulary task. This text will introduce pupils to some extension language and higher structures too. There is also a grid of items of A* level language for pupils to include in their own descriptions. With the resources from the lesson, pupils will be able to produce their own quality written or spoken description of their school, using examples of sophisticated language.

By RL6