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Present continuous

Present continuous

A notebook including a blockbusters four in a row game to practise the present continuous. Includes translation.

By jhalkyard

Spanish Regular Verbs

Spanish Regular Verbs

This Power point Tutorial presents or consolidates Spanish regular verb conjugations mainly in the present tense.

By lynneplaza

Ser y estar

Ser y estar

Worksheet/full lesson colour coded according to BLOOMS designed to teach and recap the rules of Ser and Estar. Tied in with the theme of 'mi pueblo'. Ideal for full lesson and also ideal for cover work. Very challenging GCSE level.

By jessicakate1x

Spanish ER Verb Conjugation Chart (Beber)

Spanish ER Verb Conjugation Chart (Beber)

This resource is useful for anyone learning Spanish and would like to see the conjugations of an ER verb laid out in an easy-to-read format. This chart includes both the indicative mood, the subjunctive mood and the imperative, as well as all conjugations in those moods

By Maracarberry

Spanish IR Verb Conjugation Chart (Vivir)

Spanish IR Verb Conjugation Chart (Vivir)

This resource is useful for anyone learning Spanish and would like to see the conjugations of an IR verb laid out in an easy-to-read format. This chart includes both the indicative mood, the subjunctive mood and the imperative, as well as all conjugations in those moods

By Maracarberry

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

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

Spanish AR Verb Conjugation Chart (Comprar)

Spanish AR Verb Conjugation Chart (Comprar)

This resource is useful for anyone learning Spanish and would like to see the conjugations of an AR verb laid out in an easy-to-read format. This chart includes both the indicative mood, the subjunctive mood and the imperative, as well as all conjugations in those moods.

By Maracarberry

Spanish GCSE Imperfect past tense hobbies free time reading grammar/ tiempo libre

Spanish GCSE Imperfect past tense hobbies free time reading grammar/ tiempo libre

Two resources to teach/revise the imperfect tense and for pupils to begin using it in the context of hobbies when they were little. The first resource introduces key imperfect temporal indicators and the rules of formation with some practice questions. The second resource links to hobbies when they are little and there is also a reading comprehension with questions. These resources with scaffold pupils answering the question: "que te gustaba hacer cuando eras joven"

By RL6

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Spanish GCSE free time and hobbies el tiempo libre

Spanish GCSE free time and hobbies el tiempo libre

A range of resources to use when pupils are learning to talk about their hobbies and interests for (I)GCSE. There are five resources here: 2 which introduce the core vocabulary and a present tense reading comprehension. There are three more specific to three other tenses which allow pupils to write and talk about their hobbies and interests using a range of tenses. The grammar points are built into each task and these resources will nicely scaffold pupils' answers.

By RL6

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Spanish GCSE my home/ my town/ my area - mi barrio / mi región

Spanish GCSE my home/ my town/ my area - mi barrio / mi región

A bundle of resources to support pupils with learning to talk and write about their home and area in Spanish.1.Reading comprehension to introduce pupils to key vocabulary and structures. 2. An activity sheet and Powerpoint to introduce A* constructions such as "lo mejor es que" and "lo peor es que" for pupils. 3. A card sorting activity with key phrases that pupils must sort into positive and negative statements and will be useful for talking about their home and area. 4. An Extension task of lots of complex and more sophisticated vocabulary to describe their town and pupils must hunt for specific lexical items. 5. A reading comprehension introducing the imperfect tense. Pupils complete the activities and they can use this to scaffold their own answers using this tense. 6. SER and ESTAR activity. The rules about how to use "to be" and an activity introduced using the topic of "my town"

By RL6

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

Cinco usos de Quedar y Quedarse. A1/A2

Cinco usos de Quedar y Quedarse. A1/A2

This resource has been specially designed to fully support you and your students to know when to use the verbs Quedar y Quedarse, at an A1/A2 level. It will reinforce students’ knowledge of Spanish language, as well as grammar and vocabulary.Provides a variety of activities highly motivating. The students will be able practice their oral, listening, reading and writing skills.

By susgo001

FUN ACTIVITY! Past holidays - Spanish preterite tense reading, writing and speaking revision

FUN ACTIVITY! Past holidays - Spanish preterite tense reading, writing and speaking revision

These PowerPoints are a GREAT way to revise the preterite tense in Spanish and are jam-packed full of holiday vocabulary (100 slides in each). They are quite a fun way to end a class on a high or liven up a grammar point pupils often get bogged down with.Includes FREE "magic words" mini PowerPoint!Each PowerPoint can be used in a number of ways to practise reading, writing and speaking, making them superb value for money. They are also all fully editable so you can adapt them to the exact language your pupils need to revise.- The preterite tense PowerPoints each have an English and a Spanish version.- These are either in the first person singular (I) or plural (we) and there are combined PowerPoints containing both the "I" and "we" vocabulary to really make things exciting!- To work the PowerPoints you press "s" in slideshow mode and the presentation will start rapidly flashing through all the slides. To stop, you press "s" again and so on. Please note, the faster the computer, the faster the slides will change.- To practise reading, use a Spanish PowerPoint and pupils either read aloud or write down on a mini whiteboard whichever phrase it lands on in English.- To practise writing, use an English PowerPoint and pupils write down whichever phrase it lands on in Spanish.- To practise speaking, use either PowerPoint and pupils say the phrase aloud in Spanish (either reading directly or translating it into Spanish in their heads and then saying it aloud).- With the "Magic words" PowerPoint pupils could try to write or say a sentence including the magic word the PowerPoint stops on.The content is aimed at higher ability KS3 (lower secondary), GCSE/National 5 or basic revision for Higher students.

By lisadominique

Past holidays - Spanish reading - multiple activity sheets

Past holidays - Spanish reading - multiple activity sheets

This resource is made up of six sheets. It takes one text and uses it in seven different ways (six reading and one suggested listening). This is the perfect set of sheets for differentiation as either you, or your pupils, can identify what skills they need to work on while everyone is focusing on the same text. The content is suitable for those needing to revise the preterite tense in Spanish. It is aimed at higher ability KS3 (lower secondary), GCSE/National 5 or basic revision for Higher students.

By lisadominique

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Gramática Autoservicio

Gramática Autoservicio

Developed by experienced language teachers, these unique reading practice cards are designed for individual, “self-service” use. They can be placed in a Resources Centre, used in class (e.g. for carousel activities) or borrowed for homework.The cards are intended to be printed and laminated to be used again and again. Students help themselves to cards, answer the questions in their exercise book, then mark their work (or their peers’) and write their scores on the record sheet. There is no preparation, marking or duplication for teachers, allowing time to be spent where most needed.Set of 30 full-colour A4 grammar cards for Intermediate level (KS4). Includes a reproducible record sheet and answer cards.

By linguascope

La rutina diaria en el imperfecto

La rutina diaria en el imperfecto

An worksheet that can be used to practice 4 key verbs related to daily routine in the imperfect: despertarse, ducharse, desayunar, levantarse. Variety of tasks to reinforce this.

By kata88

KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué te gusta comer? / What do you like to eat?

KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué te gusta comer? / What do you like to eat?

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish.- Total of 2 files included in package. (Full PowerPoint lesson and worksheet accompany the lesson.)- Mixture of 'settle and stir' activities. - Includes grammar on 'opinion + infinitive verb' and 'opinion phrases + nouns', focusing on the adaptation of 'me gusta/me encanta' etc., i.e. when to add an 'n' at the end.- Extensions provided throughout the lesson, as well as scaffolding to accommodate lower ability learners. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy.- Animated and visually engaging slides.- Particular emphasis on independent tasks and encouraging students to work with the support of scaffolded exercise and reference materials.

By tcnewman

KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué van a tomar? / What are you going to have?

KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué van a tomar? / What are you going to have?

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish.- Total of 4 files included in package. (Full PowerPoint lesson, 2 differentiated worksheets and a starter activity.)- Mixture of 'settle and stir' activities. - Extensions provided throughout the lesson, as well as scaffolding to accommodate lower ability learners. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy.- Animated and visually engaging slides.- Particular emphasis on independent tasks and encouraging students to work with the support of scaffolded exercise and reference materials. Main goal of the lesson is the produce a dialogue between a waiter/waitress and customer(s) in a restaurant with support.

By tcnewman

¿Qué comes? spanish - Mira {EDITABLE}

¿Qué comes? spanish - Mira {EDITABLE}

¿Qué comes? spanish - Mira - A lesson which can be used with the Mira Spanish textbook - A power-point with a wide range of activities and two worksheets to go with it- A starter activity (worksheet with a word search and a challenge activity)- A homework worksheet is included- Nice pictures with gender highlight to teach the vocabulary in a fun way- Guess what is missing game - Splat game to practise the vocabulary seen and pronunciation- ER verb endings with rules- 'What is in the tray' speaking and writing activityI 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

Spanish Verbs Mat (6 tenses)

Spanish Verbs Mat (6 tenses)

KS4/KS5.Ready to print Spanish verbs mat to help students to make sentences (speaking or writing tasks).They can be laminated and put on the tables.Regular verbs and irregular verbs.6 tenses: present tense, perfect tense, imperfect tense, future tense, the conditional and the subjunctive.

By audebie

KS3/4 Spanish - Preterite past tense - ¿Adónde fuiste? / Where did you go? (Holidays / countries)

KS3/4 Spanish - Preterite past tense - ¿Adónde fuiste? / Where did you go? (Holidays / countries)

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish.- Total of 6 files included in package. - Includes two optional vocabulary-learning/spelling homeworks you may want to give your students to help them learn past time indicators and some set phrases in the preterite tense talking about holidays.- Extension sheet provided, same as that of the KS3/4 Spanish - Preterite past tense - ¿Cómo te fue el fin de semana pasado? / How was last weekend?, as it consolidates 'fui a ________' and the names of territories and countries. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy.- Animated and visually engaging slides.- 'Stretch and challenge' extensions for more able students.- Support for weaker students.- Reference sheets to glue in exercise books to be printed (found in PowerPoints).- Follows on from previous lesson available on TES entitled 'KS3/4 Spanish - Preterite past tense - ¿Cómo te fue el fin de semana pasado? / How was last weekend?'- Particular emphasis on independent tasks and encouraging students to work with the support of scaffolded exercise and reference materials.

By tcnewman

AQA/Edexcel Mira Unit 3 A clase

AQA/Edexcel Mira Unit 3 A clase

Whole Unit 3 for MiraPower Points for your students to follow your lesson with vocabulary, grammar, listening and reading activities, oral and written tasks to complete as homework. It includes:. Repaso Las asignaturas/En clase. Unit 1 Cómo es tu insti. Unit 2 Las normas del insti. Unit 3 Los profesores. Unit 5 El cole del futuro. Revision mat with A* expressions. Reading and writing assessments with answers. Memrise link with all the vocabulary for the unit. Make your class compete among each other! As well, it is a really good tool to encourage independent learning.. I normally print all the Power Points as a booklet (2 slides per page, double sided) so they have all the vocabulary and space to write. My students really appreciate it and the lessons go smoothly :)

By Miriam_84